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FRRME is a small UK-based charity achieving big changes. We work in some of the world’s most dangerous countries and facilitate the unique and important work of Canon Andrew White in Iraq, Jordan, Israel and Palestine – convinced that God has not forgotten their people.

Canon Andrew White, President of FRRMEMy name is Canon Andrew White and I am the Emeritus Vicar of St. George’s Church in Baghdad and President of FRRME.

Sadly, recent events in Iraq have meant that I am no longer permanently based at St. Georges. However, FRRME continues to do amazing work in bringing relief and reconciliation to the broken parts of the Middle East.

Our current focus is helping those who have fled ISIS in Northern Iraq, as well as the thousands of refugees who have fled to Jordan to escape the violence. In addition to spiritual support we provide food, medicine and shelter. We have also set up a school in Jordan so that refugee children from Iraq can continue their education. It is vital that we continue this work. Without FRRME’s support and your generous donations these people have nothing.

We are also renewing our focus on the peace process in Israel / Palestine and I am very pleased to announce the launch in September of the Jerusalem International School of Reconciliation, or JISR (meaning “Bridge” in Arabic). JISR is the first project of its kind and will provide a platform for key religious leaders of the Christian, Jewish and Muslim faiths to come together and introduce the power of reconciliation to an international audience.

FRRME’s work has grown considerably over the years and there is so much more to do. Your donations make our work possible and provide comfort and relief to our brothers and sisters in the Middle East who face enormous hardship. If you would like to donate to FRRME and support our work you can do so on this website.

Thank you.

Canon Andrew White - the Vicar of Baghdad

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Thanks to your donations, these Iraqi refugee children living in Jordan have been able to go back to school. If you would like to help, you can do so by visiting frrme.org/donate, or you can visit our Just Giving page http://campaign.justgiving.com/charity/frrme/…. Thank you. ... See MoreSee Less

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Amazing photo of the Zaatari refugee camp in Jordan. These people have nowhere to go and no hope for the future. With your help, we are looking after 400+ Iraqi refugee families in Jordan. Please donate to our emergency appeal: http://campaign.justgiving.com/charity/frrme/…. You can also donate by visiting our website: http://frrme.org/get-involved/donate/ ... See MoreSee Less

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Beverley GillThese people really look displaced, the scale is enormous.1 day ago
Gareth E JonesIs this a refugee camp?1 day ago
Miriam MillsonSo big! I had no idea! From here in NZ we see very little on tv. Please keep sharing information and needs. G-d bless your work and workers, and abundantly supply all your needs.1 day ago   ·  1
Mo StuartI doubt anyone realises the scale of this! The Foundation is doing a brilliant job but it must feel overwhelming at times.13 hours ago
Mary PrinePrayers for all.21 hours ago
Karen CartlidgeDreadful. Could be any one of us. Even in our comfortable "first world" we don't know what the future holds. Acts 4:35 ❤️1 day ago   ·  2
Suzanne Jullion-BlaisWow! Praying... ❤️ Mind if I share this?1 day ago
Randal Amy ClarkPraying, thank you, G-d Bless you!1 day ago
Ellie LantzWho are the people flooding Europe? I have read that about 85% of those "migrants" are from Turkey, Pakistan, Bangladesh, Somalia and other Islamic countries that are not even near a war zone! Are Christians able to travel to Europe from a refugee camp? Is the EU or the US working with refugee camps to aid these people in getting to safety? Is there a way for Europeans and Americans to help get these people to safety in the west before these "migrants" take up all the spaces?8 hours ago
Karen TurnerDoes anyone know who is looking after/helping those at the Zaatari camp? Is it a mix of governmental and charitable groups?10 hours ago

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