Blog: The Middle East

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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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Healthy and Growing in Sustainability

 

IRAQ

The situation for the Yazidi people remains difficult. After almost five years, they cannot return home due to the unrepaired infrastructure, unexploded ordnances and mines, and lack of security as militia continue to occupy their villages. The ideology that brought the violent militia to life still exists, though they are territorially defeated.

 

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Expanding Business Practices

Goat Loan Programme, Jordan

 

Um Abdallah lives in Mufaradat Village and she had ten newborn sheep. She sold five of the new sheep and the rest belong to GHNI. Um Abdallah also bought two big sheep with the money she earned from selling the newborns. This will help to increase the productivity of milk and butter. She is also doing well with her dove project and she has gone from having 20 doves to 50. We are there for her and give her the support she needs.   

 

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Making the Most of the Moments

Vocational Training Programme, Jordan

 

*Rifat is an Iraqi young man and is 17 years old. Rifat and his family have been in Jordan since 2015. He and his family fled from their hometown, Bartila Village, because of the death threats made by violent groups in the area. They did not have anywhere to go. Everything was taken away from them, including their house, their money, their belongings, their friends, their memories, their village . . . everything!
 

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