AL-AMAN FUND
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Al-Aman Fund | About Al-Aman Fund
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Overview

Al- Aman Fund for the Future of Orphans was initiated by her Majesty Queen Rania Al Abdullah in 2003. In 2006, it was institutionalized as a non-profit organization registered under the Ministry of Social Development in Jordan under the name of Al-Aman Fund for the Future of Orphans; holding the registration number 2006011100019.

 

Al-Aman Fund aims to provide education to the boarding orphans who have resided in orphan care centers for part of, or all their childhood; as well as the non-boarding orphans who live in poverty with a guardian or an immediate relative and are supported by orphan support organizations.

Our Vision

Providing orphaned youth with a better future.

Our Mission

To equip orphaned youth with the necessary education and skills that enable them to become self-reliant productive members of the society; by providing relevant, practical and impactful support schemes in response to their needs.

Strategic Objectives
  • • Expanding the Fund’s outreach to enable it to serve a larger number of orphaned youths who seek educational opportunities and aspire to improve their future
  • • To become the pioneer of the Arab world for partnerships between the public sector, private sector and non-governmental organizations
  • • To acquire the confidence of international institutions and become a reliable partner in the implementation of social reform policies

Governance

Board of Trustees

The Board of Trustees, headed by Her Majesty Queen Rania Al-Abdullah, governs Al-Aman Fund. The Board of Trustees includes HE Chief Islamic Justice / Imam of the Hashemite Court, HE Governor of Central Bank, HE Minister of Finance in addition to other influential and renowned members from the private and public sectors. The Board is tasked with drawing the broad policies of the Fund and approving the strategies needed to execute its plans, in addition to creating the rules for the management of the Fund, supervising their activities, defining the tasks and responsibilities of the Board of Directors, and approving the regulations and rules governing the financial and administrative activities of Al-Aman Fund.

Board of Directors

The Board of Directors includes the following members Mr. Laith Al Qasem, HE Minister of Social Development, Mr. Mohammed Al Mohtaseb, Mr. Mufleh Aqel, and Dr. Ahmad Attiqa. The Board of Directors is responsible for overseeing the effective administration of the affairs of Al-Aman Fund, developing the regulations governing the financial and administrative activities of the Fund, preparing and presenting the annual report, closing statement and the budget to the Board of Trustees.

Management

The team at Al-Aman Fund works hand in hand to achieve the overall objectives of the Fund. Every team member is dedicated to the success of the organization and to securing the future of the orphaned youth in Jordan.

Mr. Ibrahim AlAhmad  /
General Manager
Mr. Hamzah Abdel Hadi /
Communication Manager
Mr. Ma’amoun Qudah /
Support and Programs Manager

Strategic Partners

  • The Fund seeks to build partnerships with charities in the provinces and villages of Jordan, those that are related to its scope of work and programs to assist orphans and their families.
  • These associations help the Fund by conducting research on the families’ welfare in order to speed up the application process and decide on the orphans eligible to get access to the Fund’s programs
Orphan Care Centers

The Fund cooperates with 24 Orphan Care Centers for boarding students

Orphan Support Organizations

The number of orphan support organizations for non-boarding students that cooperate with the Fund has reached 56 organizations distributed across the Kingdom’s governorates and poverty pocket areas.