SEE:Change is a committee based in the American Community School in Amman that helps develop, expand, and sustain responsibility, empathy, resilience, awareness, and leadership skills in students. This is done through various enterprises directed towards different organizations in Jordan which are selected every three years.
The SEE:Change committee will be focusing on six main organizations for the 2016-2017 school year. These organizations were selected by the SEE:Change student committee after visiting and interviewing close to 18 organizations in Jordan and selecting the six that best fit the program.
By focusing on six organizations, students are better able to sustain the service program and provide larger contributions. Also, supporting the same organizations for three years allows for continuity in service so that students from all grade levels can see tangible results of the ongoing work with the selected organizations.
|Collateral Repair Project is a grassroots effort to bring much-needed assistance to refugees and other victims of war and conflict – those commonly referred to as “collateral damage”. We seek to repair some of this damage and, through these efforts, foster peace and reconciliation.|
|The Humane Center for Animal Welfare (HCAW) promotes animal welfare issues in the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan since the year 2000 by providing professional veterinary care, raising awareness and conducting educational programs in cooperation with teaching institutions, and in particular with the Jordanian Ministry of Education.|
|Habitat Jordan seeks to eliminate poverty housing by serving low-income families to improve their living conditions. Assisting poor families in having a decent place to live and rehabilitating their homes will eventually support them to focus on their own progress and development.|
|Reclaim Childhood is a 501(c)(3) based in Amman, Jordan that seeks to empower refugee girls and local women through sport and play. Reclaim Childhood operates regular after-school sports leagues and a month-long summer camp for girls ages 8 – 16, and coaching clinics for local adult women.|
|Ruwwad Al-Tanmeya is a non-profit community development organization that works with disenfranchised communities through education, youth volunteerism and grassroots organizing. Our approach encompasses an array of programs and initiatives that, together, strengthen agency and facilitate redress to problems prioritized by members of the community.|
|GAZA CAMP||Jerash camp was set up as an “emergency” camp in 1968 for 11,500 Palestine refugees and displaced persons who left the Gaza Strip as a result of the 1967 Arab-Israeli war. It is known locally as Gaza camp. More than 29,000 registered Palestine refugees live in Jerash camp, which is the poorest refugee camp in Jordan.|