On the Syrian Border: They Can’t Wait

Today, I’m in Amman, Jordan, working alongside our humanitarian partners amidst one of the most desperate and widespread disasters I have ever witnessed. Our lead field strategist in Jordan is my long-time friend, Isam Ghattas. His cultural awareness has proven...

A Child’s View of the Syrian Crisis

Crouching behind a crumbling stone structure, 11-year-old Yusef peered out into the dusty debris-ridden street. He tiptoed wearily around piles of rubble and broken glass, and around the stiff bodies of men, women, and children sprawled in the streets. It was nearing...

International Women’s Day: Our Time to Act

Today is International Women’s Day—a day designated to focus our attention on one of the most staggering evils of our time: the global epidemic of violence against women and girls. It has been said that the most dangerous phrase uttered around the world today...

Life After Escape: Syrians Waiting For Hope

The U.N. reports the arrival of 3,000 Syrian refugees into Jordan every day. For most of them, their only concern is to escape the terror they’ve experienced in Syria. But they could never anticipate the new misery that awaits them. A typical day for these refugees is...
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