Relief for Children in Jordan

In Jordan, hundreds of thousands of children live under the poverty line. Descendants of Palestinian refugees, third generation refugees, still live in crowded refugee camps in extreme poverty. Since the break of the war in Iraq, hundreds of thousands of Iraqis have fled Iraq, and settled in Jordan, also in refugee camps. Many children have lost their families and homes, and now face the realities of living as a refugee.

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Madaa Creative Center

The village of Silwan is situated on the south-eastern slopes of the old city of Jerusalem, and counts about 55,000 Palestinian residents. It is estimated that above 50% of the population is under 18, and that 75% of the children live under the poverty line. Until the establishment of the Madaa Silwan Creative Center, there had been no place in Silwan that offered extracurricular courses, or recreational activities for the children and youth.

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Summer Games

Every year Prelude supports summer camps for hundreds of children in areas of conflict or poverty. The project has been running since 2004 with the help of local communities and organizations such as Ta'ayush, Children of Bethany (Azariyeh), and others.

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