“Huda” is a Syrian woman came to Jordan after the Syrian Crises erupted. She and her married daughter got a sewing training course in the “Skills Development Center”. She had a deaf married son who works in sofa/furniture renovation workshop. Her husband got mental sickness (schizophrenia) after he lost all his savings and can not
The Skills Development Program in Helping Hand continues the training courses as per the plan for 2019. The number of trainees/sisters who finished the training during the year 2018 is 407 trainees (Syrian refugees, Palestinian Refugees, Yemeni Refugees and local Jordanian sisters( The training center continues the trainings for Sewing, Embroidery and Handicrafts
Helping Hand for Relief & Development, Regional Office in Jordan, organized an honorary ceremony for the 85 sisters who completed training courses in handicrafts, hand embroidery and ingredients making and distributed to them product kit. Most of them are Syrian refugees, Palestinian Refugees and some local Jordanian. This distribution aims to support them to work
Helping Hand for Relief & Development, Regional Office in Jordan organized a ceremony for the sisters who completed sewing training course in Skills Development Center. The number of trainees is 20 most of them are Syrian refugees and some from Yemen. This distribution aims to support them to work at home or start their own project. HHRD
The Skill Development Center in Helping Hand – Jordan started a new training course for teaching producing some detergents at home like dish and hand washing liquid. The number of participants in this training course is 15 Syrian refugee women.
HHRD Jordan Skills Development Center (SDC) held an graduation ceremony and certificates distribution for the sisters who completed successfully training courses in sewing, embroidery and handicrafts. Most of sisters are Syrian refugees and some are Palestinian and local Jordanian.
Sister a “Turfa” is one of 1.4 million Syrian refugee in Jordan. She suffered so much with her family. She’s also one of 400 sisters who get training in Helping Hand SDC in Jordan. She joined two sewing training course in Helping Hand SDC and was among the 57 sisters who benefited from sister Suzane
The Skills Development Program in Helping Hand continues the training courses as per plan for 2018. The number of trainees/sisters who finished the training until end June is 193 (Syrian refugees, Palestinian Refugees, Yemeni Refugees and local Jordanian sisters. The Center continues the training courses in Sewing, Embroidery and Handicrafts
The Skills Development Center of Helping Hand started new training within April, 2018 as follows: Embroidery (Beginner) Handicrafts (knitting) Handicrafts (Accessories) The number of participants in these courses is 44 (Syrian refugees, Palestinian refugees and local needy sisters).