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Orange Jordan, JOHUD Renew Long-Standing Partnership

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Orange Jordan has recently renewed its strategic partnership with the Jordanian Hashemite Fund for Human Development (JOHUD), commemorating over 15 year of cooperation.

Orange Jordan’s CEO, Thierry Marigny, and JOHUD’s Executive Director, Farah Daghistani signed the agreement under which the company will continue providing annual support to the Goodwill Campaign which focuses on supporting underprivileged families and children in three main areas: healthcare, education, and winter aids.

Speaking at the signing ceremony, Marigny said that "We are proud of our partnership with JOHUD, which dates to 2001, which has impacted the lives of many beneficiaries, empowered different segments of the society, and helped underprivileged individuals facing hardships. Orange Jordan’s is committed to the sustainable development of local communities, in light of its corporate social responsibility (CSR),” stressing that the company will continue to drive positive impact and change through civil society partners.

On the other hand, Daghistani expressed the fund’s pride in its partnership with Orange Jordan, which stands as a model for successful collaborations between national institutions to provide humanitarian aid, promote social solidarity and drive positive change.

Daghistani praised Orange Jordan's role in bringing about the true meaning of social responsibility by supporting the fund’s Goodwill campaign’s initiatives as well as other programs and contributing to raising living standards of beneficiary families.

On the sidelines of the signing ceremony, Marigny met 15 students who Orange Jordan support academically via the fund's "Doroub Al Ilim" program, which offers scholarships to underprivileged students in public universities to help them pursue their degrees.

Marigny stressed that these students will build the future and contribute to the country’s socio-economic development.

In 2019, Orange Jordan supported the fund’s free medical days, which falls under “Lamset Shifa” program, helping more than 7,000 people across the Kingdom. The company also supported other initiatives such as the innovation and knowledge conference “Ibtikarthon,” and JOHUD’s radio, Farah Al Nas –a media platform dedicated for young content makers.

Under this partnership, Orange Jordan continues to support Women Digital Centers program which is executed in JOHUD’s offices around the kingdom under the company’s Community Digital Centers program.

The program, which is executed in: Queen Zein Al Sharaf Institute for Development, Social and Psychological Support Center in Amman, Princess Basma Development Centers in Madaba, Taibeh area Ma'an, and Khalidiya area in Mafraq, provides beneficiaries with the necessary training to help them start their businesses, use social media to sell their products and generate income to support their families and societies.

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