Abdulrahman Jado: “The Live Together Program is a wonderful program that creates happiness and hope for both coaches and kids.”

by | Apr 2, 2021 | Peace education, Reconciliation and co-existence, Youth empowerment | 0 comments

Abdulrahman, 37, used to be a farmer in his home country, Syria. Due the war he and his family had to flee Syria and ended up living in Zaatari refugee camp in Jordan. Abdulrahman, also called Jado, is a father of six children and three of them are training regularly in Table Tennis.

  • “The Live Together Program is a wonderful program that creates happiness and hope for both coaches and kids. Through seminars, competitions and events new friendships have been created and we are all grateful to all the partners and donators for your generous support.”

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Communication and Press Manager at Peace and Sport, I have 5+ years of experience in political affairs, conflict prevention and resolution, and communication. A great part of my work has been conducted in the context of conflict and transition settings.