Blog: The Middle East

Committee Takes the Lead

Goat Loan Programme, Jordan

 

Our committee in Al Thehaiban Village, which consists of Sheikh Ayed, his son Khairo, and Um Salem, has chosen a new family to start with a goat project. The committee took care of everything from the beginning. They found the family, they bought two goats, and they have worked closely with this new family in order to be ready to start the project. We only supervised the committee's work progress from afar. 

 

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Growing the Work

Vocational Training Programme, Jordan

 

We are continuing to work and collaborate with our families to help them as much as possible in these critical times the whole world is facing.

 

Abida*is a Syrian refugee whose work has grown as she is introducing other items that she can make. She continues to produce pickles, apricot jam, olives, and more. She also works with Mr. Habib*. 

 

Thank you,

 

Rami

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You are Our Family

Refugees in Jordan

 

Iraqi Refugees

 

After the COVID-19 lockdown, the mobile clinic recently went back in operation and function. The clinic is implementing the restrictions and following the related instructions, which are required for the safety of everyone. We are restricting the number of patients we are receiving. Each bus is to stay between 11 and 13 patients to keep social distancing guidelines.
 

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Never Underestimate Water’s Importance

Holy Land Garden

 

There is an old idiom that says, “Experience is the best teacher.” That is certainly true when working in a different country and experiencing so many new climate-related factors for the first time. As we serve in the Holy Land Garden, it becomes so apparent that the time of learning through experience is not only necessary but valuable.  

 

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A Second Chance

Refugees in Lebanon

 

You may be following the news about the situation in Lebanon, but please allow me to give you a glimpse of what Lebanese (and others who live in Lebanon) are experiencing on the ground.
 

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Crossing the River

House of Ruth, Jordan

 

In the House of Ruth, we did a Transformational Community Development (TCD) training with the committee. In this training, we focussed on moving from relief to development. I shared the story of crossing the river, which follows:
 

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Taking the First Step

Goat Loan Programme, Jordan

 

Raed had training with Ammar, Maliha, Widad, and two other members of the committee of the new village, discussing a few of the Transformational Community Development (TCD) principles, as well as getting together, cooperating, and brainstorming ideas and solutions to solve their own villages’ problems.
 

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Always There to Help

Refugees in Jordan

 

Families Adopting Families 

 

During this month we met with 25 individuals, including a mix of Palestinian, Iraqi, and Syrian refugees. The meeting was in an area near to where this group of refugees lives.
 

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Critters Cause Holey Problems

Holy Land Garden

 

One word describes this quarter: “hot.” The weather here in the Holy Land Garden is some of the hottest weather we have ever experienced. In fact, the ground is cracking due to the lack of moisture. 

 

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