The Education Support Program team made a follow up visit to the private school in Al-Mafraq where HHRD sponsors 300 Syrian children. Also, the team visited the three learning centers in several areas in Al-Mafraq where Syrian children in random camps are provided with literacy education.
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 Education Support Program distributed the 4th quarter sponsorship allowance to the families beneficiary students in Amman and Jerash (200 in Amman and 100 in Jerash) who study in public schools. The distribution activity includes awareness words about the importance of education. The beneficiaries appreciate this program of Helping Hand and prayed to Allah to
The Education Support Program social worker made a follow up visit to the private schools Irbid and Almafraq. HHRD sponsors 100 students in a private school in Irbid and 300 students in a private school in Almafraq.
The Education Support Program started tuitions lessons in math and English language for a number of students in Amman and Jerash. These lessons aim to help the students prepare for the first semester exam which will start in December 2018.
Helping Hand distributed school books to the Syrian students in Lebanon who are sponsored within the education support program. The total number of Syrian students are 700 (3 schools in in the areas of Irsaal, Akkar, Shanay).
The Education Support Program social worker made a follow up visit to the sponsored students in the private schools Irbid and Almafraq. HHRD sponsors 100 students in “Al-Rawahel” school in Irbid and 300 students in Insani School in Almafraq.
The Education Support program organized an entertainment and learning activity to the students in Jerash. Students were distributed into groups in order to do competition games which combine amusement and learning.