Save the Children Save the Children Jordan (SC Jordan) was established in 1974 under the patronage of Princess Basma, to provide essential services for children and women.
SC Jordan has been providing development and humanitarian programming and assistance to ensure that children attain their rights to survival, protection, development, and participation.
Impacting the lives of over half a million children and families each year, SC Jordan delivers high-quality and innovative child rights programmes in education, child protection, livelihoods and health for vulnerable communities in Jordan, regardless of their nationality.
SC Jordan programming reaches several governorates in both the host communities and refugee camp settings, and includes the provision of inclusive early childhood education, teacher professional development and wellbeing, community health, economic empowerment of women and youth, as well as, responding to child protection concerns such as violence, child labour, and child marriage. It also advocates for the wellbeing of Jordan’s most vulnerable children and champions their voices with duty bearers.