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The Regine Sixt Children's Aid Foundation supports a new computer lab for the Mabarrat Um al Hussein orphanage in Amman.

The Mabarrat Um al Hussein facility was founded in 1958 by the Jordanian queen. The Princess of Jordan now oversees the institution. The children's home cares for full and half orphans as well as boys from dysfunctional families aged 6-18 years. The facility is also active in the development and implementation of an educational programme for boys from difficult backgrounds. Currently more than 100 students benefit from the establishment, which accompanies the students from when they start school until graduation. In addition, for the last six months there has been an educational programme for children from refugee camps.

To further expand the programme, the children's home urgently needs support. The Regine Sixt Children's Aid Foundation is therefore supporting the new computer lab for the children's home in Amman.