We always pleased to hear good news from a charity we support and so were delighted to hear from Amy Peake who wrote to tell us that the charity has been able to open their own factory in Zaatari refugee camp in Jordan . The factory employs 15 widows in the factory which is improving their lives in every possible way.
Amy set the charity up in 2014 to improve the horrific conditions endured by Syrian refugees focusing on the health of women and the charity makes and distributes sanitary pads and nappies within the camps. The incredible work undertaken by Loving Humanity has been recognised by the United Nations and the project has been put under it’s protection programme for women. It is the first of its kind in the world and the feedback is phenomenal; the project not only ensures dignity for women, but the wages earned by the women working in the factory has transformed their lives in the camp.