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Thursday 20 June 2013

Syrian children tell the world: “We want to go home!”

500 Syrian children in Za'atari refugee camp flew kites they have handmade and with handwritten messages to the world to mark World Refugee Day

Thursday 30 May 2013

"School to Career" Program Recongizes 200 School Counselors in Jordan

On May 28th 2013 nearly 200 school counselors from across the Kingdom received awards as recognition for their efforts to implement a career counseling program called School to Career. School to Career is a component implemented by Save the Children as part of the larger Education Reform Support Program (ERSP), a program funded by the United States Agency for International Development (USAID) in partnership with Creative Associates International and the Ministry of Education (MoE)

Wednesday 15 May 2013

Civil Society Actors and Education Experts Together Form the First Early Childhood Education Regional Working Groups in Jordan

On May 8th, nearly 100 key stakeholders attended a national conference on Early Childhood Education in Al Hashemyeh in the centre of Jordan. The event included discussions, debates and presentations from experts within the field of Education as well as civil society partners and officials. The conference was the culmination of Save the Children's and the Ministry of Education’s Early Childhood Education regional working groups efforts to increase the number of public kindergartens in Jordan`s three main regions (North, Center and South). 

Tuesday 14 May 2013

An Inspirational Mind behind a Disposable Camera

"I wish to show the world the beauty of my country when it's in peace"

Sunday 14 April 2013

240 Girls Enjoy Life Skills through Sports Festival in Zarqa

On April 10th, nearly 240 girls from Zarqa and Ein Albasha gathered for a day of laughter, fun and healthy competition at a community sports festival in Zarqa. The event featured basketball and volleyball games, other athletic activities, music, surprise guest stars, and awards.

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