Tag Archives: Jordan

War Child in Jordan: light in the darkness
No child should be part of war. Ever. But they are, in fact, in many places in the world....
Story of peaceful and friendly people from Syria
What do you think when you hear the word refugee? A person who runs from a dangerous place? A...
Happy or sad
What do you feel when a bomb destroys the house next to yours? Do you allow yourself to feel...
Hope in Grandma
The people which I met today have witnessed many attacks on their home, their families, friends, neighbours. They had...
“When I recognized strangers as friends in Amman”
Humbleness, respect and joy…three strong emotions I’m still absorbing after a visit today to a War Child-supported community-based organisation,...
Jordan: Let’s Play for Change campaign helps kids simply be kids
On 28 July 2012 I stepped down from a bus carrying Syrian refugees from border checkpoints to discover that...
Different challenges for refugees in Austria and Jordan
IKEA Austria reflect on their experience in Jordan and comparisons to the situation for refugees in Austria: By Sonja...
Sunset in Azraq: watching the camp light up
Our agenda on Thursday started at lunch time and so we had a possibility to finalise our blogs and...
Zataari camp: creativity in adversity
On our third day in Jordan we visited Zaatari, the biggest refugee camp in the Middle East, established in...