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معا من أجل الأطفال

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نعمل من خلال الشراكات على التوسع في عملنا للوصول للأطفال الأكثر هشاشة وتنفيذ برامجنا بما يتوافق مع البرنامج القطري. نعمل مع الشركاء لتسريع تحقيق أهداف التنمية المستدامة (17 هدفاً)، وتطوير أجندة حقوقية للأطفال تركز على الأطفال الأكثر هشاشة.

بينما تعتبر الحكومة الأردنية الشريك الرئيسي لنا، نعمل أيضا مع المانحين والمنظمات الغير حكومية والمؤسسات الأكاديمية ومنظمات الأمم المتحدة والمؤسسات المالية الدولية والمؤثرين والقطاع الخاص. نعمل على بناء الشراكات لتحقيق أهداف تخدم الأطفال بشكل أكبر وسد الفجوات للترويج لحقوق الطفل.

نطمح بأن يعمل الجميع معا كجهة واحدة لتحقيق الأفضل للأطفال الأكثر هشاشة.

Our Donors

Thanks to the generous support of our donors, UNICEF continues to reach the most vulnerable children and youth in Jordan with access to education, social protection, nutrition and health, water, sanitation and hygiene, child protection, and youth services so that every child can fulfill their potential.

 

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Champions for Children

UNICEF Jordan’s Champion for Children initiative aims at working with a select group of celebrities and achievers from different sectors to promote the rights and well-being of all children in Jordan, with a particular focus on the most disadvantaged children in Jordan.

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Joud Mbaideen, UNICEF Jordan Child Rights Champion, poses with children at World Children's Day.

Emanne Beasha

UNICEF Jordan Child Rights Champion, 8-year old Emanne Beasha is the winner of the 2017 season of the pan-regional Arabs Got Talent aired across the middle east through the MBC cable TV network.

Emanne displayed a passion for singing from a very young age and started singing opera songs including songs by Frank Sinatra when she was six years old. At the age of 7, she was chosen out of 23 contenders to sing the American National Anthem in a stadium of 7,000 spectators prior to a major league baseball game in Florida. 

She learnt singing with her mother and by watching YouTube videos and is currently seeking professional vocal coaching and musical training. Besides singing, Emanne enjoys playing tennis and spending time with animals.

Emanne is personally interested in creating a safe environment for children free from abuse and harm, and actively participates in the End Violence against Children campaigns in Jordan. 

 

Joud Mbaideen

UNICEF Jordan Child Rights Champion, 13-year old Joud Mbaideen is the youngest Arab novelist who published two books in Arabic; “Al Tahaddi Yaliqo Bik: Challenge Suites You” and “Jarh El Yasmeen: Jasmine wound”. She received the King Abdullah II Medal of Merit in 2017, in recognition of her achievement.

Inspired by her father, Joud launched an initiative to encourage reading under the motto: “A Book at the threshold of every door”.

She advocates for children rights to education and send messages through delivering speeches in public events and through the use of her social media channels.