SOS Children’s Villages Jordan is a national non -profit organization established in 1983, Queen Noor Al-Hussein being the Honorary President. The Association cares for about 250 orphaned and vulnerable children who lack parental care in 32 houses, i3 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, a home, brothers and sisters, and a village. An SOS mother cares for 5 to 7 children in an atmosphere that reproduces an ordinary family.
We provide children with a loving home, a family and all alternative care services to ensure their wellbeing and healthy development. This care covers food, education, health care and extracurricular activities.