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Support for vulnerable women in Azraq refugee camp

Parenting sessions and emotional support are helping women who have fled conflict in Syria to adapt to their new lives in Jordan.

Ahmad the shy boy overcame his fears in kindergarten

Support for children with disabilities in Azraq refugee camp

Ahmad, 5, struggled to interact with other children in Azraq refugee camp in Jordan. However, thanks to specific care he received at a day care centre, he is now making friends and learning key skills.

Mother Learns how to attend to daughter's dreams

Parenting sessions support girls’ ambitions

Khalida, a Syrian refugee living in Jordan, is determined to support her daughters to follow their ambitions following parenting and life skills sessions.

Skills and job opportunities for Jordan's young people

Plan International Jordan and partners are implementing a project that is helping young people in Jordan to learn key skills and get good jobs.

Spreading cancer awareness on International Women's Day

Through Plan International Jordan's #IWillWithWill campaign, Syrian refugee women learned about breast cancer and gave support to others suffering from the disease.

Including children with disabilities from an early age

Despite being born with disabilities, Selim*, 5, is not being held back thanks to Plan International Jordan's inclusive early childhood care and development programme.  

Volunteering turns a family's lives around

Hiba, a Syrian refugee in Jordan, is turning her family's lives around after volunteering for Plan International Jordan in Azraq camp.

Syrian refugee and mother-of-five Alya now volunteers at Azraq Camp

Building Female Leadership in Azraq Camp

Meet the Syrian refugee and mother of 5 who became leader of the volunteers on site at Plan International's centre in Azraq Camp.

Ending violence through football in Jordan

Around 260 Syrian refugees in Azraq Camp came together for a football tournament to raise awareness of gender-based violence (GBV) as part of 16 days of activism against GBV.