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Jordan

19 December 2016

Red Crescent homework clubs help bring Jordanian and Syrian students together

Jordan National Red Crescent Society volunteers run homework clubs in Jordan to help Jordanian and Syrian children with their homework. Besides studying, the homework club also offers the students the opportunity to socialize, play and to get to know one
Psychosocial support team ensures a fun day for Jordanian, Syrian and Iraqi families
24 November 2016

Psychosocial support team ensures a fun day for Jordanian, Syrian and Iraqi families

During of a day full of fun and joy, Jordan National Red Crescent Society, in cooperation with the Danish Red Cross, held a family day for Jordanian, Syrian and Iraq families who came together to enjoy the nice weather in Green Field park in Amman.
Red Crescent cash support offers lifeline to Syrian refugees in Jordan
29 September 2016

Red Crescent cash support offers lifeline to Syrian refugees in Jordan

For more than five years, Jordan has been home to at least 600,000 Syrian refugees spread across difference governorates, with the majority living with host communities in Amman.
Kuwait Red Crescent Society supports Jordan Red Crescent in Syrian refugee response
7 April 2016

Kuwait Red Crescent Society supports Jordan Red Crescent in Syrian refugee response

For more than five years now, Jordan has been home for thousands of Syrian refugees who fled the neighbouring country’s fighting.
Volunteer profile: Dalal from Homs
19 January 2016

Volunteer profile: Dalal from Homs

She spends her days visiting Syrian refugee families in the northern Jordanian city of Mafraq to find out about how they are adjusting to their new situation away from their homes.
Beneficiary profile: Maher from Aleppo
15 January 2016

Beneficiary profile: Maher from Aleppo

“Alhamdulillah, Alhamdulillah,” repeats Maher, expressing gratitude for what he has, despite the despair that is clear to see in his eyes.
Beneficiary profile: Damra from Homs
12 January 2016

Beneficiary profile: Damra from Homs

After waiting for few hours, it is finally Damra’s turn to pick up her cash assistance card from the Red Crescent volunteers.
With winter cold at the door, refugees in Jordan to receive an increase in cash assistance
25 November 2015

With winter cold at the door, refugees in Jordan to receive an increase in cash assistance

The first cold breezes have started to touch Jordan, raising worries among refugee communities about winter months to come.
“No life for a child” dealing with gunshot wounds in Jordan’s Azraq hospital
4 December 2014

“No life for a child” dealing with gunshot wounds in Jordan’s Azraq hospital

Nine-year-old Amnah arrived at the Azraq Syrian refugee camp in eastern Jordan scared and in pain. She had already spent three months being moved from house to house, community to community, before being taken across Syria’s southern border with Jordan in
Vital support from the Jordan Red Crescent Society brings stability to families affected by the crisis in Syria
2 December 2014

Vital support from the Jordan Red Crescent Society brings stability to families affected by the crisis in Syria

Four stories above a noisy, busy highway in Abu Alanda, Amman, Makiea Abulkarim Al Masri has made her home. But this is no ordinary home, and no ordinary woman.
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