Blog: Refugee Families in Jordan

Open Heart Surgery Saves a Child's Life

Refugees in Jordan

 

Iraqi Refugees

Sami* is from Basra, Iraq. He worked as an office man in an engineer's office. He is married and has two daughters and one son who has Down’s Syndrome. Sami had to leave Iraq because of one of his daughters who was 11 years old and in the 5th grade was threatened. One of her classmates accused her of insulting their teacher. It was sad and scary to see the hatred demonstrated at this young age.

 

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Encouraged to Be Vaccinated

Refugees in Jordan

 

Yemeni Refugees

Aaron* from Yemen came to Jordan four years ago. He is married and has two sons. He has a leg injury and experienced a stroke in the brain while in Jordan. We were in constant contact with him through visits, and we provided him with assistance. He came to the office last week in order to thank us.

 

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Diapers for Children

Refugees in Jordan

 

Yemeni Refugees

Since a new shipment arrived at our warehouse, Yemeni women were given diapers for their children; the women expressed how happy and grateful they are for these diapers. As Yemeni refugees are without income, they couldn't buy diapers because they are expensive in Jordan.

 

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Heart Surgery to Save a Life

Refugees in Jordan

 

Iraqi Refugees

Sawa* is a refugee who came from Mosul. Her family fled Iraq and came to Jordan when a militant group attacked and took over their city. It has been several years since they came to Jordan. They have been facing different challenges and hardships especially with the current pandemic situation.

 

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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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Life and Death

Refugees in Jordan

 

Syrian Refugee Events

In the last three months, we had 4 events for 73 Syrian refugees in order to help them by meeting some of their needs. We have given each family a food box, blankets, toys, winter clothes, and shoes. 83 food boxes were distributed.

 

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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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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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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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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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