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.
The Royal Health Awareness Society is a Jordanian non-profit organization that seeks to raise the health awareness of the Jordanian society through implementing preventative public health and safety programs based on the right to health for all.
The King Abdullah II Fund for Development (KAFD) is a non-governmental organization established by a royal decree. KAFD has established Career Guidance Offices (CGOs) at Jordanian universities in that provides career guidance for university students to meet overall job needs in Jordan.
The Collateral Repair Project (CRP) based in Amman, Jordan, is providing assistance to refugees and other victims of war and conflict. It is a community-based organisation that seeks to restore dignity and community-power among displaced urban refugees.
Community Development Committee (CDC)
CDC is a social and community based organization supporting local forces and organisations in improving the different aspect of life for Palestinian refugees in Zarqa and other camps in Jordan. Today CDC Zarqa works with young Jordanian, Iraqi, Syrian and Palestinian youth and women and promotes participation to reach sustainable development in the community.
Networking Center for Development and Training interested in providing capacity building and planning for a better future in all fields that serve the civil society in Zarqa.
Princess Basma Centers are working for human-centered sustainable development and is committed to the promotion of the role of women, youth and local communities in Jordan.
Leaders of Tomorrow (LOT) is a youth-led organisation that builds communities of young leaders to become active citizens for change. The organisation aims to introduce change and development in Jordan and across the region.
Al Aman center for consultation and rehabilitation for human rights
Al Aman works mainly on rights issues, women's rights, and gender equality. Furthermore the organisation is supervising local and national elections.
(WE Center) is a nongovernmental, nonprofit organization. WE Center is building institutional and individual capacity to develop social, economical, health and political life based on the values of human respect, partnership and integration among individuals and society.
I-Dare work with social marketing as a tool for creating sustainable change; enhance potential entrepreneurship and youth activism in political, economic and social dimensions
Al Hayat Center is a Jordanian civil society organization that is independent, non-governmental and non-profit. Al Hayat Center aims to enhance democracy and public participation in Jordan within the framework of democratic principles, human rights and the rule of law.