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How CRP Has Strengthened Its Presence in the Community During the Pandemic

A massive thank-you to our donors, funders, and the wider community in Amman! Since March 2020, daily life in Jordan, much like the rest of the world, has adapted to the COVID-19 pandemic. Following strict lockdown...

U.S. Embassy Supports CRP’s English and Computer Skills Training Programs

“One language sets you in a corridor for life. Two languages open every door along the way.” -Frank Smith CRP is pleased to announce that we received a funding grant from the U.S. Department of State in...

CRP’s Volunteer-led Taekwondo Classes are Kicking Down Barriers to Social Cohesion

In the words of former UN Secretary Gender Kofi Annan, ‘ values are universal. It is a global language, capable of bridging social, cultural, and religious divides.’ This belief, that sport contributes to personal development...

CRP and UNDP Become Partners to Deliver AICS Heart of Amman Initiative

CRP is proud to announce that it is working in partnership with UNDP Jordan on a project that will enhance the self-reliance and inclusion prospects of displaced-affected communities in Amman. Part of the Heart of...

Looking Back To Move Forward

It's been almost a year since the Coronavirus turned into a global pandemic. The Jordanian government imposed a total lockdown on March 17, 2020, and declared a state of emergency two days later. As the...

Why Breaking Down Gender Stereotypes Is Necessary To Foster Trauma-Relief In A Refugee Community

Falah, a University of Jordan graduate, with a diploma in marketing, discusses his experiences participating in the Gender-Based Violence, and Emotional Intelligence courses offered at CRP.  Originally from Syria, Falah has been taking part in CRP...

Refugees in Jordan Receive the COVID-19 Vaccine

In January of this year, Jordan became one of the first countries in the world to start vaccinating refugees. In a global race to fight the pandemic, nations have prioritised vaccinating their own citizens. Jordan’s...

Atlantic Titans: One Man and His Boat Supporting Refugee Rehabilitation

Adventurer Rob Hamilton is rowing the Atlantic Ocean to raise funds for Jordan-based NGO Collateral Repair Project. When you see a picture of 29-year-old former army-officer-in-training Rob Hamilton, arms crossed with feet planted firmly on...

Canary Islands, Salt Sores, Knee Injury, and What It Has to Do With CRP

This story has an incredible opening line: Did you know that more people have climbed Mount Everest than rowed across the Atlantic Ocean? Even more importantly, this story has one incredible man at the center of it:...

At CRP, Professional Development Doesn’t Stop During COVID-19

Over 3,800 applications, 154 humanitarian professionals, and 48 countries: this is the scope of work of National NGO Program on Humanitarian Leadership (NNPHL), a consortium consisting of Concern Worldwide, The Harvard Humanitarian Initiative, and International...