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النسخة التجريبية من موقع النهضة العربية (أرض)

In Response to the Most Vulnerable Groups, JONAF Coalition Concludes Relief Aid Distribution


With the aim of aiding the most vulnerable segments of both Jordanians and refugees and upholding the principles of comprehensive social justice, the Jordan National NGOs Forum (JONAF) relief, in collaboration with four local civil associations, partnered with the Arab Renaissance for Democracy and Development (ARDD) and received support from Islamic Relief – France. Together, they successfully executed a project delivering food relief aid to a total of 500 families, comprising 350 Syrian refugee families and 150 Jordanian families, across the governorates of Amman, Mafraq, Zarqa, and Irbid.

The local civil associations involved in the aid distribution include Khawla Bint Al Azwar in Zarqa, Khatwat Amal Association in Irbid, Abu Alanda for Social Development in Amman, and Childcare Charitable Association in Mafraq in the Northern Badia region.

ARDD,  as the general coordinator of JONAF, collaborates with coalition members to enhance workforce capacity and skill development. This initiative builds on strengthening the localization of humanitarian efforts to ensure the provision of relief aid to the most vulnerable groups in Jordan, addressing the various needs of seasons such as holidays, Ramadan, and Winter, in addition to responding to crises, including those induced by climate change.

ARDD expresses gratitude for the dedicated efforts of JONAF’s members since the Forum´s establishment in 2016 by a group of national and local NGOs. The organization also acknowledges the vital role played by these local NGOs, showcasing their ability to discern the needs of their communities and provide professional support.

Additionally, ARDD extends appreciation to all partners involved in supporting relief projects, notably the Ministry of Social Development, Jordan Hashemite Charity Organization, private sector partners, and donors such as Islamic Relief – France. These collaborative efforts remain crucial due to the escalating needs of communities.