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About Us In Brief

The #Children of Jordan website was created initially as a supplement to the 2017 social media campaign, 'Allem La Tallem', to raise awareness about the prevalence of violence against children in Jordan and break the silence around it. The campaign was created and implemented by the National Council for Family Affairs and UNICEF Jordan. The website highlighted the campaign messages, information and videos. In 2020, the website was launched as a comprehensive database that provides the parents, caregivers, partner organisations and general public with information, materials, campaigns, help and guides related to the reality and rights of children in Jordan. The website is managed collectively by NCFA and UNICEF Jordan.

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Our programmes

Ma'an

UNICEF Jordan, in collaboration with the Ministry of Education (MoE), initiated Ma’An, a nation-wide social and behavioural change communication (SBCC) programme which was launched in 2009, to end violent discipline in school

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Send Donation

One of the long-running and large-scale initiative that builds and strengthens the capacities of parents, care-givers and teachers for child’s development is the Better Parenting Programme (BPP)

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The Adventures of Looney Balloony

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Digital Stories

Khalid, 18 years old

For months, Khaled, 18, was harassed and bullied by a group of young men in his neighborhood

Salwa, 18 years old

"Fear was all I knew for many years. Fear also was going to cost me my life and my daughter's life."

Haroun, 17 years old

"The bad relationship with my father's wife led me to smoking 'The Joker' (artifical hashish)."

Raneen, 17 years old

The journey between Reneen’s school (17 years) and her home takes about half an hour on foot

Alia, 16 years old

Because I was not good in school, my parents made me drop out, and after that, I got married.

Hussam, 16 years old

“A verbal altercation” was enough to completely change the life of Hussam, 16, after it turned

Publications

Studies

NCFA & UNICEF protect and promote child rights and helps children and young people reach their potential, especially the most vulnerable.

Reports

NCFA & UNICEF protect and promote child rights and helps children and young people reach their potential, especially the most vulnerable.

Best Practices

NCFA & UNICEF protect and promote child rights and helps children and young people reach their potential, especially the most vulnerable.

Strategies

NCFA & UNICEF protect and promote child rights and helps children and young people reach their potential, especially the most vulnerable.

Media Center

NCFA & UNICEF protect and promote child rights and helps children and young people reach their potential, especially the most vulnerable."

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