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The Arab Bank announced the renewal of the cooperation agreement with the Jordanian SOS Children’s Villages Association, by continuing to sponsor a family home in the SOS Children’s Villages in which 5-7 children live and through which a large portion of its current expenses are covered, as part of the Arab Bank’s social responsibility program “Together.” .
This agreement comes from the bank’s belief in the importance of providing continuous support for such social initiatives aimed at providing care and a decent life for this category of children without family support, and supporting the association’s efforts aimed at strengthening the family atmosphere, rehabilitating children and helping them to become independent and active individuals in society and able to rely on themselves. After they left the children's villages.
Ms. Rana Al-Zoubi, National Director of the Children’s Villages Association, expressed her pride in the strategic cooperation that has linked the Association with the Arab Bank since 2015, which enables the Association to continue providing alternative family care services. From care, food security, housing, education, health and psychological care, empowerment, economic security, protection and community integration for children without family support. She also stressed that this important relationship is one of the national relationships that the association establishes with various institutions to be the main pillar of its work to enable it to continue providing quasi-family care services for children and youth who lack family support.
The Jordanian SOS Children's Villages Association, a national non-profit association founded in 1983, provides alternative family care for children and youth who lack family support in its three villages in Amman, Aqaba, and Irbid, and in its affiliated youth homes.
It is worth noting that the Arab Bank adopts a comprehensive and integrated strategy in terms of sustainability, which reflects the bank’s keenness to enhance its economic, social and environmental impact by working closely with various relevant parties to achieve sustainable development. The Arab Bank's social responsibility program "Together" represents one of the fruits of this trend. It is a multi-faceted program based on contributing to the development of various aspects of society through various initiatives and activities that contribute to serving several sectors, including health, combating poverty, protecting the environment, education, supporting orphans, and empowering women.