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.
After Jordan was affected by heavy rain, HHRD responded to the appeal of needy people and Within Emergency Response/Relief Program our team looked for most needy familes (265 Syrian refuges, Palestinian refuges and local needy in Amman, Jerash, Irbid & Almafraq) and distributed to them food packages, heating fuel & bread. This distribution made them
HHRD team responded to emergency relief need of floods affected Syrian families in “Alwaleh/Zeiban” area and “Umm Alrasas” area and distributed to them blankets and food parcels. 175 individual benefited from this relief aid.
The Ministry of Social Development held a meeting with the foreign NGO’s representatives in Jordan. The meeting was attended on behalf of Helping Hand by Mr. Khaled Alzayed /Programs Manager/. Discussions were made on means of reciprocal cooperation in charity and emergency relief in harsh winter. It has been agreed to create a Relief Committee.
Helping Hand responded to the Emergency Appeal by the Ministry of Social Development to assist the floods affected people which cause damage to some homes after heavy rain in “Shouna Alshemaliya”, “Albadiya Alshelamiya” and “Almafraq” . HHRD moved to locations and distributed mattresses and blankets to the families who appreciated this initiative of Helping Hand
Helping Hand team responded to relief appeal from the Syrian refugee families living in Al-Tunaib, Al Ghour and AL Mafraq, after the area was exposed to a strong rain storm. The team distributed some immediate relief items.
In cooperation with the “Ministry of Social Development, Helping Hand for Relief & Development Jordan Office offered urgent relief supports consisting mattresses, blankets and food items to 142 families who were affected by the flood waves northern Jordan. These floods led to inundated streets, last Sunday 26 October 2015, made access to housesو pulled over
Within the “Shelter Relief Program” HHRD MENA distributed 05/2016 Three caravans for Three Syrian Refugee Families in Almafraq – Jordan. Each family consists of 07 to 9 members. Those families used to live in tents lacking necessary facilities (water, power and sanitation).