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Haya: An Iraqi girl who got back to school

 10th Sep 2018    Jordan

Huda*, 40, is an Iraqi refugee living in East Amman along with her two sons and two daughters.

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“We want to help refugees take better care of their psychological wellbeing”

 6th Sep 2018    Many

Interview with Dua’a Naji (26), Community Development Officer at CARE Jordan.

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Healing invisible wounds … on the yoga mat!

 6th Sep 2018    Many

For the past eight years I have worked in media and communications, aiming to raise awareness of the plight of refugees and people affected by humanitarian crises. My job usually involves interviewing people, writing about their challenges and depicting their hardships, with the aim of finding ways to shed light ...

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“My only desire is to go to school”

 3rd Sep 2018    Nigeria

Hajja fled her village when it was attacked by armed groups. At 17, she is a wife and mother, but all she dreams of is going to school and finishing her education.

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“When I step into the kitchen, I feel so happy”

 3rd Sep 2018    Jordan

Fareeha fled to Jordan in 2012. To cover her family’s basic needs, she started her own business

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“I did not have a single dinar to spend. Now I have my own sweets business”

 3rd Sep 2018    Jordan

Asmaa and her two sisters work hard to provide for their families. After fleeing from Syria to Jordan, CARE’s vocational trainings helped them build up their own business.

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”A first push to get started in a new life”

 3rd Sep 2018    Jordan

Asma had nothing when she fled to Jordan from Homs. Now she is known for her dishes all over Amman

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“All men should let their wives start family planning”

 3rd Sep 2018    Nigeria

Hawa came to this specific health center because her husband and the midwife, who works part time with her husband, explained the benefit of family planning and also that CARE is offering it for free.

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Making cake in Kilis, Southern Turkey

 3rd Sep 2018    Turkey

When the conflict in Syria started, Maysa found herself alone with her three sons and displaced from her home into a camp inside Syria. With living conditions deteriorating, she decided to cross the border into Turkey. Maysa, who tried to find a job in Turkey, has a lot on her ...

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Surviving in Pulka by Rakiétou Hassane Mossi

 3rd Sep 2018    Nigeria

Falmata Ali is visiting CARE’s health clinic, where they provide much needed facility and outreach-based models of sexual and reproductive health services in the most hard-to-reach areas of Northeast Nigeria.

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