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An Italian volunteer works with a disabled child in a classroom at Our Lady of Peace center in Amman.  (photo: Bill Lyons) 

Most of those living in Jordan are refugees — Bangladeshis, Circassians, Iraqis, Lebanese and Palestinians have all found refuge in this resource-poor kingdom. The churches are tiny, but very active. Thanks to you, CNEWA provides impoverished mothers and their babies with quality health care; builds churches; sponsors catechism classes and Bible camps; and provides emergency relief — housing, food, jobs — to refugees and others in need.