Blog: Jordan

The Sewing Course Generates Income

House of Ruth, Jordan

 

Sewing Course 

These Jordanian women are the trainees in the ongoing sewing course: 

 

Remas* is 34 years old. She is from Ma'ain and lives with her family. She likes sewing and makeup. Remas wants to learn more about sewing. She dreams and hopes to start her own business to keep doing what she loves and improve her family's living conditions by generating income.
 

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Making Money with the Goats’ Milk

Goat Loan Programme, Jordan

 

The season of milking the goats is here, which means the time to see the payoff of the project is here, too, and self-sustainability is activated.
 

Um Karam* is making cheese, yogurt, and labneh from the goats' milk. Through the sales of the milk products to the people of the village, Um Karam is generating some income. She is making 5-6 JDs per day which she uses to buy the groceries and other supplies for her family and household. 

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Organising Blankets for Distribution

Vocational Training Programme, Jordan

 

This month we have asked a group of Syrian and Iraqi refugee men to help us organise, fold and pack the blankets in our warehouse to be ready for usage and distribution. 

 

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They Love Learning

House of Ruth, Jordan

 

Computer Class 

This month, the students went successfully through the first phase of learning Microsoft Word. The teacher noticed that the students of this course have the ability and the eagerness to learn more, which is motivating the teacher to give and present more information about Microsoft programmes. The teacher is planning to teach Microsoft Excel next month. 

 

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Twin Goats

Goat Loan Programme, Jordan

 

One of the pregnant goats that Um Hamzah* has was poisoned and died. Um Salim*has a goat that gave birth to twin goats yesterday.

 

Thank you,

 

Rami

GHNI Assistant National Field Leader

*For the purpose of safety and wellbeing, “Um Hamzah” and “Um Salim” are pseudonyms for the individuals being helped by this project. 

 

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Solving a Problem Together

Vocational Training Programme, Jordan

 

On Feb 2nd, we held Transformational Community Development (TCD) training for a number of women from the village using a Zoom meeting due to the existence of positive COVID-19 cases. Some women had some trouble connecting online, but with the help of our IT team member, it all worked out, and the rest of the training went smoothly.
 

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Helping a Child Needing Heart Surgery

Refugees in Jordan

 

Iraqi Refugees

The past week was very cold and snowing. It was a tough week for refugees. We received many calls from Iraqi refugee families who were asking for blankets and food boxes. Our team responded immediately to their calls and requests.

 

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Positive Feedback for the Computer Class

House of Ruth, Jordan

 

Computer Class

The students of this course are still completing their computer lessons and their progress is good. Therefore, the teacher was encouraged to give them some intensive lessons as he noticed that they have the ability to learn faster than others. The teacher prepared a questionnaire asking the students about the lesson and the teaching method. He wanted to know the positives and negatives to improve the way they are taught.

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Goat Project Continues

Goat Loan Programme, Jordan

 

Um Salim is a Transformational Community Development (TCD) Committee member who is supervising the Goat Loan Programme of Um Hamzeh*. She is helping and following up with her. She is giving her advice and consulting out of her own experience in the project. Um Hamzeh has two goats. One is pregnant and expecting kids in the next month.

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Helping Her Family

Vocational Training Programme, Jordan

 

A new sewing project class started in December 2020 with five Jordanian women. The women are all from the village and are really interested in improving their skills and their income.

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