Collateral Repair Project

Rating: 4.96 stars   24 reviews

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Medford OR 97501 USA


Collateral Repair Project (CRP) provides aid and community to Iraqi refugees and other civilian victims of war and conflict - those commonly referred to as "collateral damage". We seek to repair some of this damage, and through these efforts to foster peace and reconciliation.

Target demographics:

Iraqi refugees in Jordan

Geographic areas served:

Amman Jordan


Family Resource & Community Center for refugees in Amman, Jordan. We also provide Emergency Assistance for destitute refugees.

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Rating: 5 stars  

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CRP is a very unique and special organization in Amman, Jordan. Most of the larger organizations working with refugees pass out assistance from time to time without building relationships with the families they serve. Building community and relationships are very vital elements in CRP's mission. Our community center welcomes individuals and families from any nation and/or sect and delivers fun and educational activities to help them both interact and begin the healing process. Our food voucher and emergency assistance programs deliver valuable assistance to the most vulnerable refugees who receive no other aid whatsoever. As refugees continue to stream into Amman from Iraq and Syria, the aid network has certainly become taxed, yet refugees coming to CRP are offered a respectful and a supportive community in a way that no other organization can.

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