Blog: The Middle East

Welcoming Refugees

Refugees in Jordan

 

Iraqi Refugees

 

Hala* is a married woman who lived in Nineveh Valley. When a militant group attacked Nineveh Valley, Hala and her husband could not leave, and they became prisoners. The militant group took her and she was separated from her husband. She stayed three years suffering from their mistreatment and verbal insults.

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Special Tastes from Their Cultures

Vocational Training Programme, Jordan

 

Our Vocational Training Project (VTP) continues to help the beneficiary families through our orders of their different items which carry special tastes from their cultures and home land. This helps them to generate some income which somehow helps to cover some of their expenses and financial commitments.
 

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Technology in the Corona Crisis

House of Ruth, Jordan

 

Computer Class 

 

This month the students completed the basics of how to use the computer. They all mastered the basics of using the computer and moved to study Microsoft Office Word. The teacher noticed that all students are very smart, even those who have not used the computer before and do not have a computer at home. The students who are older have more ability to understand the lessons than the younger ones.

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Living a Normal Life

Refugees in Jordan

 

Syrian Refugees in Jordan

 

Omari*  is a one year and five months old Syrian boy who has a heart condition-Arterial Switch. He has parents and three sisters. The father was working as a butcher. They lost their home due to indiscriminate bombing. The conditions were very bad. The war was cruel, and young men were taken and arrested by unknown groups.

 

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Blast Devastates Beirut

Refugees in Lebanon

 

Forty days have passed since one of the largest non-nuclear explosions in the history of the world devastated Beirut. As we watch the daily news, the scenes seem more like a Hollywood film than reality. Victims and casualties are everywhere, and yet the visible damage is just the tip of the iceberg.
  

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Serving Without Expecting Return

House of Ruth, Jordan

 

Computer Class 

 

After more than four months of being closed, the computer class has reopened this month. We're able to offer health education and safety and hygiene instructions to ensure that the coronavirus does not spread between our students. With that being said, our students had to wear masks and use hand sanitiser while attending the class.
 

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