SOS Children’s Villages Jordan

SOS Children’s Villages Jordan is a national non-profit organization established in 1983, by her Majesty Queen Noor Al-Hussein who is the Honorary President. The Association cares for over 30% of orphaned and vulnerable children in Jordan who lack parental care in 32 houses, 3 villages and 9 youth houses in the cities of Amman, Irbid and Aqaba.

The SOS Children’s Villages concept is based on four main pillars: a mother,  brothers and sisters, a home, and a village. An SOS mother cares for 5 to 7 children in a house that replicates the setting of a family.

We provide children with: Care, Accommodation, Education, Skills, Protection, Social inclusion, Food Security, Physical Health, Livelihood, Social and Emotional Well-being.

Our Vision

Every child belongs to a family and grows with love, respect and security.

Our Mission

We build families for children in need, we help them shape their own futures, and we share in the development of their communities.