Born in 2013, Habibi Valtiberina Association promotes and fosters initiatives for social solidarity in all fields concerning development and protection of the person, with particular attention to protection of minors. It promotes international cooperation for the development and peace, with particular regard to poverty eradication, to reduction of inequalities, to protection and affirmation of human rights. 

After a first period in Palestine, specifically in Bethlehem, where the Association still today supports children with physical and mental disabilities, from 2016 Habibi Valtiberina (HAVA) also works in Jordan to support Iraqi families, fled from ISIS persecutions, and the most vulnerable local community. In particular, its projects aim to the work integration of these people, giving them technical skills and improve their livelihoods, rediscovering dignity and psychological support

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A new beginning in solidarity

A new beginning in solidarity

Dear friends, We start this newsletter with great news: for the Christmas campaign “RafedìnXBetlemme”, we raised 17.778 euro with which we will support children in Hogar Niño Dios. This is an important result since the friends who used to support us through the...

Christmas campaign “RafedìnXBetlemme”

Christmas campaign “RafedìnXBetlemme”

Dear friends, The Christmas we are going to celebrate will be different from the usual: the peculiar situation that we have been living requires us to be careful and make sacrifices. However, we cannot let it make us despair or sad. We cannot let the joy of hope and...

Hope is about to bloom

Hope is about to bloom

As in other countries worldwide, the effects of Covid-19 are still largely crucial also in Jordan. Even though the rate of transmission of the virus was low by September, an increase of the cases occurred, thus several measures has been adopted to contain the spread....

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