The Education Support Program distributed the sponsorship allowance for the Syrian beneficiary students families. The distribution activity includes awareness word about the importance of education. The families appreciate this program of Helping Hand and prayed to Allah to reward the generous donors and supporters.
With the help of Allah SWT, Helping Hand is preparing to implement several projects in the coming Ramadan Mubarak and signs for this purpose agreements with the vendors including: Ramadan Family Day (tent), Ramadan food parcels, Iftaar meals distribution and Orphans Iftaar. The projects will benefit Syrian refugees, Palestinan refugees, Yemeni, Iraqi people and some
HHRD-Shelter Relief Program delivered one caravan as mobile learning center in Al-Mafraq. This learning center will enable some Syrian refugee children who live in Remote areas to get basic learning skills and continue regular education. The center is furnished with seat, writing board, fan as well as toilette and water tank.
The In-Kind Gifts Program Distributed Clothes from ‘IIIinois’ container among Syrian refugee families, and needy Jordanian families in Al-Karak . Around 2000 individual benefited from this distribution.
The education support program started providing tuition lessons in math and English language for a number of beneficiary students in Amman. These lessons aim to help the students pass the final exam which will starts in May, 2019.
The Education Support Program team made a follow up visit to the sponsored students in the private schools Irbid and Almafraq. HHRD sponsors 100 students in Irbid school and 300 students in Almafraq schools. Sponsored students are provided with regular education, stationer, uniform and transportation.
Within “WASH Program”, Helping Hand implemented and installed 25 rest rooms for the Syrian Refugees Families who lives in tents in Jordan. Each family got a healthy toilette which includes a sink, a shower, and solar banal electrical installation and water tank
The water wells which have been implemented north Akkar, north Lebanon, continues working to provide the Syrian Refugee families with drinking water on daily basis. The establishment of these water wells contributes to improve the quality of life for the beneficiary families (more than 1500 individual).
HHRD continues for the 4th month in row providing Syrian refugee families with potable water. The project is implemented by transporting water into the areas where they live in order to meet their requirements as they suffer from reaching healthy water sources because they live in remote areas by the Jordanian Syrian Boarders. Around 640