Sometimes it’s hard for a mother to know what to do—especially when it comes to raising teenage boys. To help
On a sunny, wind-swept Saturday, 14 youth dressed in jeans and sporting ball caps mix paints and soak brushes on the
The main road leading into this small urban center in Jordan’s agricultural belt is flanked by plastic covered greenhouses
Sajeda, 22, hopes to sell her own jewelry some day. Osama, 18, wants to be a pastry chef. Mohammed, 17
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