On this Thanksgiving, may we include in loving awareness everyone who needs care and protection – everyone.
Oumda Tarbosh is a leader. He tries to stay cheerful and optimistic for his family and for his community. But he readily acknowledges that people are traumatized, malnourished, and often feel hopeless.
My name is Tahani. It was given to me by the refugees in Camp Goz Amer after much laughter at trying to pronounce Trudy. It means “congratulations.” They told me it’s a nice name. I like it.
It’s inspiring to see the dedication and love of the four coaches, and how the children respond so eagerly to their coaching. These coaches lead the hundreds of kids who show up to learn and play!