11 Nov Al-Aman Fund for the Future of Orphans and Jordan Ahli Bank Launch the “Back to University” Campaign
Al-Aman Fund for the Future of Orphans (AAF) has recently announced the launch of its “Back to University” campaign in partnership with Jordan Ahli Bank, as an effort by both parties to support the needs of orphaned youth who have recently joined AAF, as well as the youth who are already enrolled in the Fund’s programs and about to start their university education or vocational training journey.
Through this cooperation, AAF and Jordan Ahli Bank seek to strengthen the long-term partnership of community solidarity and corporate social responsibility towards orphaned youth, by generating donations to secure AAF’s youth remote learning tools and supplies, which have become a necessity for them to continue their educational journey in light of the exceptional circumstances that the Kingdom and the world are going through with the spread of the Covid-19 epidemic, which in turn has led to an acceleration of the digital transformation in various sectors, especially the education sector.
The General Manager of Al-Aman Fund, Noor Homoud, praised the long-term partnership that brings together Al Aman Fund with Jordan Ahli Bank and the continuous support provided by the Bank, represented by its management and employees, for the Fund’s various programs aimed at improving the status of orphaned youth in Jordan and contributing to achieving a bright future for them through education and support.
Jordan Ahli Bank CEO/General Manager Mohammad Musa Daoud, emphasized the importance of this partnership that is in line with the Bank’s strategy to support and educate youth, within the framework of its ambitious and renewed vision that focuses on investing in local communities.
The partnership comes hand in hand with the strategy of Al-Aman Fund for the Future of Orphans to involve different segments in contributing towards the provision of high-level education for the Fund’s youth and equipping them with the personal, practical and professional skills needed to enter the labor market, in addition to qualifying them to be productive individuals capable of making a positive impact on their societies.
Launched in 2003 at the initiative of Her Majesty, Queen Rania Al-Abdullah, Al-Aman Fund works on supporting the orphaned youth in Jordan by providing academic and vocational education, as well as several self-development, capacity building and livelihood support in order to enable them to become productive, positive and capable of creating sustainable livelihoods.