For the third year in a row UMOT and IBDAA held the Ramadan orphans iftar tent located at the 8th circle next to the Ministry of Information and Communication Technology. <br><br> The tent hosted 100 orphans a day coming from orphanages and centers from all over Jordan. The orphans are provided with iftar meal and get to play some games right after iftar with giving away school bags, gifts and sweets for all. <br><br> This campaign hosted 3000+ orphans during 2012. A big thank you to our volunteers and the companies and individuals who have sponsored the meals and provided us with toys and gifts for the kids.
Our objective is to spread awareness between Jordanians on the issue of garbage in the Kingdom by collecting the most number of images. Our next phase is to launch a nation wide campaign where our volunteers will help in cleaning up and educating the public. <br><br> The responsibility falls on each one of us! <br><br> Follow us on Facebook <a href=\"https://www.facebook.com/IcareforJordan\">here</a>
The journey with Kefah from an abuse victim into an individual with a small and growing business is a long one. Kefah is now creating these lovely accessories and we\'re selling them through our facebook. <br><br>Check more <a href=\"https://www.facebook.com/media/set/?set=a.529671973712814.134921.202960876383927&type=3\" target=\"_blank\">pictures of her work here</a> and order through firstname.lastname@example.org.
Second campaign from Baqa\'a School Project UMOT worked on in November 2012 at Baqa\'a Secondary School for girls alongside JU nursing faculty students and different local artists. <br><br> The school\'s interior wall was in bad shape with many unsuitable and harmful writings. On the course of 3 days the walls will be worked on and painted with various images that will encourage students and keep the environment clean and healthy.
First campaign from Baqa\'a School Project UMOT worked on in November 2012 at Baqa\'a Secondary School for girls alongside JU nursing faculty students. <br><br> \'Community health nursing\' students have been going to the school for a month and they concluded their work with distributing t-shirts to one of the classes with health tips printed on the back. <br><br> The students learned about the advice and their task was to go around showing it to the rest of the school throughout the day. The exercise was explained to the students at the morning school radio. - Many thanks to the JU nursing faculty students who let us be part of this. - Many thanks to Mlabbas for the tshirts.