In 2 weeks time I shall be heading to the refugee camps in Greece with StiltsPRO for 10 days to deliver theatre, entertainment and workshops to the children out there. 212 more words
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The stunning cover of today’s Perfect Picture Book drew my eye on the library shelf. When I read the jacket flap, I knew that I had to read, and review it, as it takes places primarily at the Za’atari Refugee Camp in Jordan, a camp which my daughter visited when she volunteered with Syrian refugees in Jordan in 2013 and 2014. 547 more words
New emerging technology has aid workers feeling hopeful.
“We are seeing fruitful partnerships between public and private enterprises take off” said Lady Jamileh Kharrazi, a leading a humanitarian and philanthropist. 705 more words
Watermelons make me happy. On a hot summer day, what can be more delicious than putting your teeth in a fresh, juicy piece of watermelon? Its sweet taste used to remind me of hot days on the beach, free, and without worries. 355 more words
Dubbed as the man ‘crazy with bottles’, the young refugee is rebuilding homes and a newer sense of hope for Sahrawi refugees.
by Portia Ladrido… 1,470 more words
*Nneka talks about her mother, late Mrs. Esther Chizube Mgbojikwe, who died in April, 2016.*
“My mum said many of the children in the refugee camps were separated from their families so other families were encouraged to take them in. 1,982 more words