Blog: The Middle East

Learning and Playing

House of Ruth, Jordan

 

Summer Camp

We are thankful to announce that we started a summer camp this month in the House of Ruth. The children attend camp three days per week and play sports and meaningful games. We started with games focused on team-building and helps the girls and boys work together with love, honesty, and cooperation. We also distributed encouraging prizes to the 38 boys and girls.

 

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A Long Road to Peace

Refugees in Jordan

 

 

Syrian Refugees in Jordan

 

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Building Up Children

*10th Leper Villages, Holy Land

 

In 10th Leper Village, our team was part of a summer camp. The camp was for 120 children ages four to nine years old.  Our team taught the children about cleanliness, protecting themselves from strangers touching their body, and how to brush their teeth. Other activities included drawing and making some crafts.

 

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Practicing English

Refugee Families in Lebanon

 

GHNI-Lebanon is continuing to help and give help and hope to many women and children living in camps to minimize their suffering and sorrows. Most of them have been refugees for five years. At this time, we are achieving progress by giving training courses and awareness programs to equip and build their skills. This inspires them to build up their lives themselves, as they are not allowed to work or attend local schools.

 

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Sharing Success

Goat Loan Program, Jordan

 

Abu Salim’s goats are allowing him to be self-sustainable at the moment. He does not need to buy any dairy products as the goats are allowing him to produce dairy products on his own, including yogurt, cheese, butter, Jameed (rock cheese), and Labaneh (soft cream cheese). Abu Salim has eight pregnant goats and he expects them to give birth in November. Maliha is also doing very well with the project. She has four new goats for a total of 17.  

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Saying Goodbye and Thanks

House of Ruth, Jordan

 

This was the month of fasting during “Ramadan.” Life is very slow in the morning, as everybody is fasting and all shops and restaurants are shut down. People get their energy back after they break their fast. Classes are also closed because of Ramadan.

 

There are six ladies participating in the mosaic workshop, and they are learning more every time they gather. They are trying hard to have a project completed by the end of the class.

 

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Fleeing for their Lives

Refugees in Jordan

 

Families Adopting Families

 

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Opportunities Generate Hope

*10th Leper Village, Holy Land

 

We’re celebrating a successful project that took place in one of the villages of the cluster. **Azhar is one of the trainers who took bee-keeping training. Azhar is in his fifties and has a big family. His financial situation is critical, so with our help, he started his own income-generation project.

 

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