Implementation Six Micro Homes for Syrian Refugees Families in The desert of a AL-Mafraq That were live in the tent near the Jordanian-Syrian Border to provide a better living environment for these families before the winter comes
Br. Ilyas Choudry, Programs Manager and Br. Gyasi Mc-Kinzie, Associate Director of US South Central Region, visited the regional office of HHRD in Jordan, Their visit to Jordan included the following: IN JORDAN Meeting with staff Visiting Skills Development Center SDC Visit orphanage building Meeting with University Scholarship Beneficiaries Participating in In-Kind distribution Visiting Almafraq
The OSP team continues following up the orphanage building requirements. Quran memorization program made and pursuing status of children and their behavior with their mother’s. Br. Ilyas Choudry and Br. Gyasi Mc-Kinzie paid a visit to the orphanage building and got acquainted with families living condition. They talked with mothers and played with the orphan
The University Education Scholarship program held a meeting with the seven beneficiary students from Scholarship in Alzarqa University. Meeting was attended by br. Ilyas Choudry Int’l Programs Director . The students express their appreciation for “Helping Hand” and its generous donors.
The Food Support Program of “Helping Hand” distributed the 4th quarter consisting 160 food parcels among Syrian refugee’ families in Jerash and Irbid. Beneficiaries were happy and appreciate this distribution which assists to ease their sufferings.
Skills Development Center organized a celebration for the 17 sisters who completed a course for producing some detergents at home including: Liquid dish washer. Liquid hand washer Hair shampoo. Air freshener. Floor cleaner. Liquid bleach. Glass cleaner. Stain remover. Fabric softener. Celebration was attended by Br. Ilyas Choudry, Programs Manager and Br. Mc-Kinzie, and the
in light of the important role of mother in raising her orphan child, weekly meetings held with mothers of orphan which included discussing various topics about upbringing children and the mechanism to achieve new creative ways. These discussions were characterized by acceptance and good listening by mothers. In addition to, they expressed their interest
The Orphan Support Program continued the weekly lessons for orphans in all governorates. Lessons and meetings include cultural program for our students with several activities aiming to develop faith and build character and creative skills based on program designed before.
As part of the follow up of educational and behavior aspects of students and in order to strengthen the relation between our team and school teachers and students, the OSP team made several visits to different schools of our sponsored orphans. The visits aim to coordinate teachers efforts. A form was filled about the educational
The Orphans Support Program team made home visits to our sponsored orphans to reassure their personal and behavior circumstances. Visits aim consolidate bond between them and the social workers. During the visit, the social workers met with mothers and fill up a visit form about the student behavior at home. Some gifts were presented to