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INJAZ Young Volunteers Day

INJAZ Young Volunteers Day

Summary: INJAZ Young Volunteers Day is an annual program that seeks to instill the values of volunteerism among youth in Jordan. Through service, students refine valuable communication, teamwork, and problem-solving skills that help them to grow as individuals and as a part of the community. --- INJAZ has the largest network of volunteers in Jordan, dealing with 4,000 to 5,000 volunteers on a yearly basis. Young Volunteers Day was initiated to promote a culture of volunteerism among Jordanian youth and raise awareness about social responsibility. The program started with a few schools, and now operates in 210 public and military schools throughout the country. It has also been adopted by the Ministry of Education as a National Voluntee...

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INJAZ Young Volunteers Day

INJAZ Young Volunteers Day is an annual program that seeks to instill the values of volunteerism among youth in Jordan. Through service, students refine valuable communication, teamwork, and proble...

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  • Description of Scale and Reach

    INJAZ piloted Young Volunteers Day in the 2009/2010 academic year, benefitting 118 students. The following year, the program was expanded to cover more schools, reaching over 3,800 students. In subsequent years the program has had a beneficiary outreach exceeding 10-15,000 students per year.

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    Jordan