Wings of Hope promotes and supports initiatives that involve health and medical issues. Our aim is to contribute to the well-being of people, spread health awareness about the importance of health-related matters, and focus on special groups such as children or people with disabilities who need particular care and attention. We contact clinics as well as, health and rehabilitations centers in remote areas across Jordan and to try and provide equipment and support that help assist doctors, therapists and emergency departments in performing their jobs, and help patients and people with different disabilities. Wings of Hope also supports training programs, specifically for specialists to help them better communicate with patients, especially those who suffer from difficult illnesses that affect their entire family.
In 2019, Wings of Hope distributed a number of wheelchairs in different parts of Jordan for families who suffer economic hardships and cannot afford to purchase wheelchairs for a member of their family.
Al-Hussein Cancer Center
Due to the increasing demand for the services of King Hussein Cancer Center (KHCC) in Amman and in agreement with KHCC regarding its expansion project, Wings of Hope has provided a donation to support the construction of the Center’s eastern building and its outpatient tower. The Center also provides treatment and rehabilitation to people with disabilities and refugee groups.
Al-Liqaa House for Special Needs
For the past several years, Wings of Hope has been working with Bait Al Liqaa, a center for those with special needs in the governorate of Madaba, Jordan. WOH provides equipment for physical therapy, and supports the center’s management team and trainers with their immense efforts in helping the children and adults who visit the center for schooling, rehabilitation or training. Wings of Hope also funded the establishment of a children’s playground, equipping the center with a number of external games for children with special needs. Additionally, the center offers training opportunities for youth and adults with special needs that focus on arts and crafts using recycled material when possible. These crafts are displayed for sale to support the center and raise awareness about the abilities of those with special needs and the importance of integrating them into society, as they deserve.
Iman Center for Early Education
Wings of Hope provided financial support for an initiative developed by the Iman Center for Early Education in Amman. This initiative is a course titled, “Working with Young Children” that aims to prepare and train employees from the King Hussein Cancer Center (KHCC) to professionally manage special cases of cancer patients, particularly those in early childhood that require specific skills. The course included fifteen employees from the KHCC.