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Social Responsibility

The Supportive Education Program aims to make the right to education ‎meaningful by combating ‎major barriers to education and advance equal ‎access to quality education for all.‎

Education is the cornerstone of all societies. It lays the groundwork for ‎the future direction of people’s ‎lives and the societies they live in. It is a ‎fundamental human right and essential for the exercise of all ‎other human ‎rights and for social, political, and economic participation.‎

The Community Service Centre offers this program to help students with ‎learning difficulties ‎overcome the barriers to learning which result from ‎social and economic factors of their families.‎

The Housing Reform program aims to improve living conditions and ‎provide healthy and safe ‎community environments for individuals or ‎families in need of shelter as well as support low-income, ‎elderly or ‎homeless populations through the rehabilitation and renovation of houses ‎and ‎communities.‎

‎It seeks to assure that low-income homeowners- particularly the elderly, ‎disabled and families with ‎children—live in warmth, safety and ‎independence. The unit ‎team also seeks to develop local ‎initiatives within the communities in ‎which they already work to expand the impact and reach of the ‎Housing ‎Program.‎

The program aims to provide ‎psychological and social support to patients ‎and their families to relieve ‎their ‎pain and pressure as well as to ensure ‎that they are given the right support and ‎assistance if ‎required.‎

The program also seeks to meet the general needs ‎of the patients, ‎including hospital registration and ‎administrative processes ‎and many ‎other services. ‎

Based on the human rights of older persons, there have been significant advocacy ‎efforts calling for ‎enhanced international thinking and action on the human rights ‎of the elderly.

The Elderly Care program aims to shed light into the elderly lives and bring ‎awareness to their situation ‎as well as give them a better life and future. It also ‎seeks to improve their living, social, economic and ‎healthy conditions and offer ‎them support to assure that they live in warmth, safety and ‎independence.‎

In cooperation with the Palestinian Orphan Support Association in ‎Germany and the Palestine ‎Children's Welfare Association in Canada as ‎well as a number of sponsors, institutions and individuals, ‎the Orphan ‎Sponsorship program was launched in 2002. The program aims to ‎shed light into the lives ‎of impoverished orphaned children, so that one ‎day they can become educated individuals who can ‎alleviate their ‎communities out of poverty.‎

The program aims to deepen awareness among citizens of the need to preserve the environment, ‎enhance volunteer work and community participation to develop awareness of the importance of a ‎healthy environment, organize volunteer programs and campaigns to involve the local community in ‎activities to preserve the environment, sustainability and continue to preserve the environment.‎

Through the Poverty and Hunger Reduction Program, the Community Service Center is ‎particularly striking in the context ‎of the new SDGs because the ‎program aims to eliminate causes of poverty, increase self-sufficiency ‎of ‎individuals and families and revitalize communities. ‎

The Poverty and Hunger Reduction Program also aims to improve ‎living conditions, and ‎provide ‎healthy and safe community ‎environments for individuals or ‎families in need of shelter as well as ‎‎support low-income, elderly or ‎homeless populations through the ‎rehabilitation and renovation of ‎houses ‎and communities.‎

Our scheme helps the development of projects, community activities and sustainable local action through funding and collaboration through:


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