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Jordan | 06. Dec 2018 Tailoring a future for his family Anas from Syria is one of many who graduated
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Thursday, 06 December 2018
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The NRC-run tailoring workshop is busy it receives raw material that eager tailoring graduates, the majority of them Syrian refugees, turn into products like jackets, sweaters, NRC staff vests, and baby clothes and blankets. The workshop benefits people in many ways while the clothes are made for....


Posted originally: 2018-12-06 09:16:00

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