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Latifa Mohamed Mheiemed (33) A mother of 7 children (Originally from Homs, Syria, now in Mafraq, Jordan)

Latifa fled to Jordan with her 7 children crossing the borders after heavy shelling hit their area and her 15 year old daughter Jasmine become physically paralysed with shock. They left home in search

Rahaf Khalifa (39) From Exclusion to Empowerment (Originally from Syria, now in Zarqa, Jordan)

Rahaf is one of a group of women in the women’s circles that ActionAid has been working with through our Community Based Social Protection project working with Syrian refugees and host communities in

I wish I can go back to school

Maha Ahmad was in the first grade when she and her family left their home town Syria and fled to Jordan; their journey to safety was terrifying. Maha’s found the light when she started attending the

A big change in a little boy’s life

Zain Meshreef fled Syria to Jordan with his family when he was a baby; their journey to safety was tough and long . Zain’s shy personality was transformed when he started attending psychosocial

Fatima Slbaskar (55) Lost her son in Syria (Originally from Homs, Syria, now in Mafraq, Jordan)

Fatima who has diabetes fled to Jordan in May 2013,  with her 3 of her children, after her son was killed in a bomb attack and another son went missing. She is now living on UN food vouchers and had

“Promoting Youth Participation in Governance in Conflict Affected Areas in Jordan and Lebanon”

Youth during scoping of local service providers though a community mapping method in Jordon.

The Localization of Aid to Jordan and Lebanon

ActionAid Arab Region have had the chance to collaborate with London School of Economics (LSE) on an exciting research on localization of aid and the Grand Bargain in Jordan and Lebanon, the research