Iraqi Christian Refugees in Jordan. The Latin Patriarchate of Jerusalem has been providing financial and humanitarian support to Iraqi Christian Refugees in Jordan who have fled persecution in their homeland since 2014, initially by providing emergency accommodation in church premises, halls and caravans.
The most essential fields of support for the refugees are: first, the educational support – school fees for 1,100 students; transportation for 745 students; book fees for 1,100 students; uniform fees for 1,100 students; informal EDU for 300 students; life-skill training for 450 students.
Moreover, the Latin Patriarchate of Jerusalem provided around 11,235 displaced Iraqi families with humanitarian support: cash money, food, clothes, shelter, water, medicine, hospital fees, transportation etc.
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