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.

After three years, Nineveh Valley was liberated from the militant group and Hala* was finally freed but without her husband. She still doesn’t know where he is.

Hala* decided to leave Iraq. She came to Jordan with her mother and brother, seeking safety. Hala* and her family are waiting for a door to open to travel.


Yemeni Refugees


This month, we had a programme to distribute food boxes to 42 Yemeni refugee families. They have been hosted and welcomed into three different meetings to maintain the safety precautions and keep the proper social distancing between the attendees.

The meeting started with a welcoming word. We had three speakers to share Hope and some encouraging words. 


Thank you,



GHNI Assistant National Field Leader

*For the purpose of safety and wellbeing, “Hala” is a pseudonym for the individual being helped by this project.