Durable Homes for Syrian Refugees

Working Together to alleviate Poverty and Hunger.

Al Rahma Village on the Syrian-Turkish Border

In times of crisis, forced to flee all they know just to save themselves and their families, people can lose so much. When a home is destroyed, dreams are lost too. A new home is a chance to start dreaming again. It is more than just a building—a home is hope that life will go on after tragedy.
United Hands Relief is helping refugees transition to sturdier shelters where they can have access to services necessary to begin the process of healing and rebuilding their lives.
Jordan is home to hundreds of thousands of refugees and is suffering from food insecurity. There are 665,834 Syrian refugees registered in Jordan and 88,984 registered non-Syrian refugees in Jordan.
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