KHF Outreach




Our mission is to build upon King Hussein's lifelong dedication to human security, social equity and peace in Jordan, the Middle East and beyond through our programs and institutions which promote education and leadership, sustainable development,women and girls empowerment,participatory decision making,  and cross-cultural understanding.

KHF programs and institutions:

  • Promote social equity and economic empowerment by providing access to work opportunities, loans, equity investments, and enterprise development.
  • Expand access to quality education and leadership training throughout Jordan and the region.
  • Serve as a catalyst for socioeconomic transformation by providing critical research to policymakers and development advocates.
  • Share 30 years of our best practice models in sustainable development, capacity building, family healthcare and cross-cultural exchange with countries throughout the broader Arab and Asian regions.

Spotlight

Her Majesty Queen Noor visits the Emirates Jordan Camp for Syrian Refugees

Her Majesty Queen Noor with the staff from KHF, UNFPA, and EJC's on-site camp counselors

On July 16th 2014, Her Majesty Queen Noor visited the Emirates Jordan Camp (EJC) for Syrian Refugees to survey the health and education programs offered by King Hussein Foundation (KHF) at the facility. The King Hussein Foundation and its Institute for Family Health program staff were accompanied by the Ambassador of the United Arab Emirates, UNHCR, UNICEF, and UNFPA – our valuable partners in implementing health and education services at the Emirates Jordan Camp. The site visit took Her Majesty around each of KHF's program facilities, where she engaged with the on-site camp staff, doctors, and counselors, and also met with the resilient Syrian refugees currently living in EJC.  Her Majesty also partook in an adolescent care awareness workshop for mothers at the refugee camp.






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