HHRD Jordan “Skills Development Center” (SDC) held an inauguration ceremony for the second patch of sisters/trainees who completed successfully training courses in sewing, embroidery, handicrafts and detergents making. It is to be noted that the total number of trainees is 407 sisters most of them Syrian refugees as well some Palestinian, Iraqi, Yemeni and local
After Lebanon was hit by the storm “Norma”, Helping Hand responded the refugees appeal and distributed to them relief items consisting of: heating fuel, blankets, food parcels. These distributions were made in several locations in Lebanon as well as Alyasemeen Camp and Al-Beqqa areas.
Within the series of continuous meetings with the mothers and weekly meetings, some topics were discussed like best methods for rising children properly. Also, these meetings taught the Prophet Siraa and religious provisions which are necessary to know by each Muslim. Additionally, soft skills training were made to enhance the mothers’ knowledge.
During the course of Orphans Winter Club, a meeting was held with the volunteers in which several topics were discussed like preparation of related equipment and items, winter club paper work files, tasks distribution, exchanging ideas.
The ‘Education Support Program’ organized a cultural trip for the top GPA students in Amman to the National Museum. The students made a tour in the museum sections and attended a short movie about development of science throughout history and main inventions. The students were very happy and appreciated HHRD and the generous donors for
The Orphans Support Program team followed up the orphanage building sponsored by Helping Hand during which monthly building rental was paid and financial support were distributed on the families. Also medicine and maintenance services were provided. Our team met with the orphans and their mothers who are pursued on daily basis by specialized teachers for
The winter provision project of 2018-2019 was implemented in Lebanon for families in need from Syrian refugees, Palestinians and families of local needy Lebanese. Transportation was made available to most of families to the market place so they can pick what they need among a variety of winter clothing items for all ages. The families
Helping Hand team in Jerash made follow up home visits for the sponsored orphans. These visits aim to strengthen the bond with them and know their requirements, living status, and pursue their future ambition.
The fourth winter club for Helping Hand orphans (males and females) started its activity today. Helping Hand sponsors 3100 orphans distributed in Amman, Irbid, Jerash & Almafraq. The opening ceremony includes a word by the program manager encouraging the students to exert efforts and develop their talents. The students participated in different segments and competitions.
HHRD launched Water for Life Program in Jordan. The Implementation started by supplying the Syrian Refugee families who live in tents in remote areas with clean drinking water. Distribution will be made to them repeatedly to satisfy their need of water.