Banned from public universities, even with a hard-won high school diploma, many refugees—particularly women—give up on their hopes of pursuing education, writes Aman Madan.
Rising rates of chronic disease and deaths from violence can be curbed only if fighting is brought to an end, say researchers.
The country wants to use a focus on research to solve economic challenges and build diplomatic ties in the Middle East.
Elections are not a bad thing. But for the sake of our own commitment to honesty, let us not deceive ourselves into believing that Jordan is democratizing.
For Syrian refugees in Jordan, Syrians Between Us provides the skills they need to tell their own stories.
In light of the U.N. Summit for Refugees and Migrants in New York, Rachel Townzen explores what it means for Syrians and Syrian refugees to stay safe in a tech-driven world where new technologies and data-collection initiatives are on the rise.
The debate over internet access in refugee camps reveals messy and unavoidable trade-offs between national security, humanitarian, and long-term development concerns.
Without the right paperwork, Syrian refugees cannot access basic services in Jordan. As a result, untold thousands are missing out.
From 6,000 miles away, Tarif Bakdash tries to heal victims of the Syrian civil war.
In Jordan, Wisconsin medical team treats refugees who have survived bombing and torture.
A medical team from Wisconsin crosses the globe to help at a camp of 80,000 refugees in Jordan.
Photojournalist Mark Hoffman reports on the Syrian refugee crisis in Jordan with the help of fixer Ihab Muhtaseb.