By Emily Crowe May 17, 2017 Topics: Community Health Worker Refugee Crisis Syrian Refugees One of Maha’s favorite memories from Syria was going to school with her friends. After war forced her family from their home, life became much harder. “Hope to go back to Syria is the only thing that we live for,” she shared. Now 23, she works in the local fields to make a few dollars to support her family. She wants to continue her education, but it’s too expensive. Even though their situation feels hopeless at times, Maha is passionate about helping her community. Now, she can do both. Working with our teams and the local health clinics, Maha was able to go through medical training to provide health care and referrals to her fellow refugees in the settlements. Now, Maha serves with 500 other Refugee Outreach Volunteers to improve healthcare for the thousands of other refugees at the settlements. Your support is urgently needed. Save a life, Donate Now.