Blog: The Middle East

Teaching Self-Sustainability

Vocational Training Programme, Jordan

 

Abia* did a great job with the olive pickling this season. We have ordered 40 kilos of green olives for friends who, after they tasted the olives and knew the story, were very excited to buy them for their families.
 

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Christmas Gifts to Iraqi Children

Refugees in Jordan

 

Iraqi Refugees

 

We know the circumstances the Iraqi refugees are going through, and also know that they are not allowed to work. With the COVID-19 crisis, the economic situation has become worse. No home visits or big gatherings are allowed. Nevertheless, our GHNI teams and volunteers were able to reach out to the most vulnerable and needy in different ways.

 

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Vegetables Abound at the Garden!

Holy Land Garden

 

Thanks to having things planted in a timely fashion and the faithful arrival of seasonal rains, we can now start to harvest and distribute the produce! The gardens have done very well, and it is exciting to see people receive the benefit from all the hard work. Some of the plants that are grown here at Holy Land Garden are specialty plants, and they have thrived in our growing environment.  

 

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Restoration of Hope Amidst Suffering

Refugees in Lebanon

 

Maya* is one of our sewing course graduates. She is a Syrian refugee from Homs. She lost her parents in Syria during the war, and her brother lost his two legs fighting with the Syrian army. Finding herself lost and alone, Maya decided to move to Lebanon. She had a very hard time at the beginning, but later she married a man who became our carpenter teacher at the House of Sara. 

 

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Thankful for Services

House of Ruth, Jordan

 

Computer Class

 

This month the students completed a big part of learning the Microsoft Office Word programme. The students have reached a good level of using the computer.  The last part of teaching this course will be completed by the beginning of next month.
 

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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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