Blog: Jordan

Diversified Production

Goat Loan Programme, Jordan

 

At Um Salem’s home in Muwaqqar Village, the number of goats increased as did the amount of production. She is making goat fat, milk, butter, and jameed, which is a salty thick yogurt used for the traditional Jordanian dish called mansaf. Um Salem is selling it to her neighbours and this improves her income. Now, she can buy chicken and meat for her family with the money she has earned.

 

Rami

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Overcoming Family Separations

Refugees in Jordan

 

Families Adopting Families 

 

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Expecting New Life

Goat Loan Programme, Jordan

 

 

Um Abdallah was preparing the sheep for the new season. She shaved their wool because the weather is very hot all over Jordan. Also, she has seven sheep which are pregnant and are supposed to give birth in the next two months.

 

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Rami

GHNI Assistant Regional Field Leader

 

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Good Medicine

Refugees in Jordan

 

Yemeni Refugees in Jordan

 

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Jams for a Sweeter Future

Vocational Training Programme, Jordan

 

*Rasha and her family are still in Jordan, like the rest of the refugees. They are still waiting to hear from the UN about their placing/settlement process and decision.
 

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Sharing Ethnic Foods

Vocational Training Programme, Jordan

 

We are continuing the work with *Jamel, ordering his homemade Armenian pastries, sausages and lunches. We are also working with *Rukan, who is from Syria. She is making yummy homemade pickles, Syrian kobah and fresh jams. Amal, from Jordan at the House of Ruth, continues to make the labneh.
 

We are looking for new opportunities and new individuals to work with.

 

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Milking The Profits

Goat Loan Programme, Jordan

 

In Mowaqer Village, our work with Um Salim continues and this is our third year of working together. She now has 26 goats and sells the goat milk to cover her children’s school fees. Um Salim has five children and her husband is disabled. He has one paralyzed hand and therefore can’t work. 

 

Rami

GHNI Assistant Regional Field Leader

 

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Overcoming Physical and Psychological Trauma

Refugees in Jordan

 

Families Adopting Families 

 

Mobile Clinic

 

The mobile clinic received 35 Iraqi patients during the month. *Samina is a married woman with four sons and lives with her aunt in Jordan. She is a Mandaean from Miysan in Bagdad. She ran away because of the many problems they went through in Iraq. Her husband used to work in a gold shop owned by his cousin.
 

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