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Jordan River Foundation

For over a decade, the Jordan River Foundation (JRF) has strived to bring relief, security, and opportunity to those Jordanians who need it most.  In the beginning, JRF partnered with disadvantaged families to provide them with skills and knowledge to raise their income, and with it their self-esteem and self-confidence.

As JRF has matured, experience has expanded and emboldened our ambitions.  Now JRF believes in a sustainable, holistic approach, investing in communities, focusing on the needs of whole villages, and inspiring locals to take on the mantel of civil society themselves and work towards their own development.

In 2007, JRF and an international corporation, partnered with a village in Ajloun, called Rasoun.  Cooperation quickly led to improved safety for the local girls’ school, medical equipment for the health centre, and micro-loans for residents. Inspired that change can happen, locals now have plans for a bakery, a nursery, and a much-needed bus route to Irbid.

This dramatic development shows how far Jordan has come. JRF has been at the forefront of this trend, leading by example, and using the power of partnerships between private, public, and non-profits sectors for the benefit of all Jordan.

The Foundation has also built an international reputation protecting our children from abuse.  Too many children around the world are subject to the shadow of cruelty, and here in Jordan we have worked hard to shine a light on their lives by rescuing them from abusive hands.

Today, we have become a centre of excellence, passing on our know-how across Jordan and the region, teaching others how to protect children and heal whole families.  Our work has grown beyond protective to preventative care, advocating against child abuse, galvanizing public support, and guiding government bodies in child safety.

In this sense, JRF has evolved. Once, it was a social service provider, helping poor women start a business or farmers learn management skills. Now, it has become a national institution, integral to the well-being and prosperity of our most vulnerable citizens; and one of which we are all proud.


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Monday, February 22, 2010

Queen Rania Distinguished.
Receive from southern Colombia in South America, a cordial greeting. I ask you please give me a chance to contact her to make him get a world-class humanitarian projects, these will serve to lend a hand to the Foundation important that you preceded further possessions to his country to the rest of the world, the feat we do with your help, and overall good picture of his majesty. I thank you in advance for your attention to this letter, and to deliver the Project: Writing First World Day Without Stopping: Motto: A Song of freedom. Cordially and respectfully, Raul Alberto Moreno Trujillo Colombian Sports Journalist - Editor and

Monday, February 1, 2010


This is Ghadeer from Jordan,,
JRF is the best Non-profit Organization, that i had ever faced.

I tried a lot to Join it but without any Usefulness.

I wish for this Foundation the continued success and prosperous.


Saturday, January 23, 2010

This is Jallo from Ghana. i have a problem on education and i want to put it to 1goal to see if they could be of help to me because i really need to go back to school and i realy need you help. please what i want is for you to show me how to contact them. maybe they may be of help to me.
thank you. i hope to hear from you soon. bye

Tuesday, January 5, 2010

i like that , i hope if i can help in those things , and i hope to join jrf

Friday, January 1, 2010

water, food, house, medication, and education.

Tuesday, December 29, 2009

I suppose the worst disease in the world is the Poverty. When you feel the Hunger relationship are broken. If we don't fight the Hunger we cannot talk about culture and education. Emiliano From Rome.