Jordan River Foundation (JRF) is a non-profit, non-governmental organization established in 1995 with a focus on child safety and community empowerment. It has been a major player in Jordan’s social and economic development, bringing forth over 20 years of experience to local community empowerment and child safety. JRF has also been supporting homegrown solutions that engage Jordanians and help them address local challenges. Most importantly, JRF places the wellbeing of children at the center of its development initiatives.
Funded by World Vision, the program aims to empower Syrian refugee children and youth within Jordan’s host communities by improving their quality of life through active social engagement, integration and participation. The project focuses on protection and prevention concepts related to abuse. Implemented at the Queen Rania Family and Child Center (QRFCC), Nour targets Syrian children and adolescents within the ages of 6 and 17; focusing on life skills training including self expression, communication, decision making, critical thinking, problem solving, in addition to concepts related to healthcare, environmental awareness and communal integration.
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