Distribution of family kits in syrian refugee camps

6 November 2014

Winter’s coming in Jordan. The first real cold with even the first sandstorm hit in recent weeks the refugee camps in Al Mafraq. The cold in the self-allestiste tents in makeshift settlements is even more rigid and the night is the

Educational activities with Syrian children

25 September 2014

It’s time for classes in Jordan. Indeed, the school has never stopped, not even during the summer heat in the unusual school desk of Al Mafraq camp. The history of these children starts from far away, from the border they crossed to

First Clean Water Kits delivered in refugee camps

25 July 2014

In June the first prototypes of CLEAN WATER KITS were delivered to the families: with the collaboration of ACQUATRAVEL Ltd., Fabio Viviani, a water expert, and Massimo Annibale Rossi, president of Vento di Terra NGO, visited two informal camps, working on

Syria Emergency: don’t leave them alone!

3 June 2014

More than 600,000 Syrians fled to Jordan since the beginning of the civil war in 2011. Forced to abandon everything and quickly, arriving in extreme vulnerability, with a growing need of care services and primary goods. Most of them moved in

The “informal” refugee camps

1 March 2014

About 20% of refugees reside in camps, where they receive a card for food, water, medical care and education; the rest of them are scattered in so called “informal” camps, located between the Syrian border and the Jordan Valley. The largest

Vento di Terra in Jordan for Syrian refugees

3 December 2013

Over 97% of Syrian refugees are hosted by neighboring countries and this involves a significant burden on the infrastructure, the economy and the society of the countries themselves. In Jordan there are about 550,000 Syrian refugees, including more than 291,000