Ahliyah School for Girls in Amman is a highly-regarded K-12 school for girls with a fully accredited International Baccalaureate (IB) program. The school’s administration and faculty strive to provide a quality education that helps girls and young women grow into empowered human beings who work on realizing their potentials through being active lifelong learners; reflective and critical thinkers who maintain a high degree of emotional intelligence and adopt a strong humane set of values; knowledge creators; initiators of change; responsible and productive citizens, aware of their cultural heritage, open to diversity and capable of creating a future of their own choice.
Located on the campus of St. Andrew’s Church, this outpatient clinic will focus primarily on treating the complicated consequences of diabetes among the Palestinian people. Open to all, regardless of faith, the clinic will offer a diabetic foot program combined with extensive emphasis on cardio-vascular health. The clinic’s services will be available to those who cannot afford treatment elsewhere. A sliding fee scale will be used to allow anyone in need to have access to the high quality care.
Since its founding in 1936, the Bishop’s School for Boys in Amman has had a straightforward mission: to offer a first-rate education that helps students grow into empowered human beings who work on realizing their potential through being active life-long learners, reflective and critical thinkers who maintain a high degree of emotional intelligence and adopt a strong humane set of values, knowledge creators, initiators of change, responsible and productive citizens aware of their cultural heritage and open to diversity.