The Habibi Association was founded in Sansepolcro, Arezzo province.
The first project to support Hogar Niño Dios, a shelter for disabled children in Bethlehem, is started.
In Jordan, in Amman, Habibi's mission to support Iraqi refugees begins.
Rafedìn, the Fashion Atelier for Iraqi Girls, is born.
The Mar Yousef Pizza project is born to provide vocational training in catering to Iraqi youth.
There are much news for Habibi's projects fostering the Jordanian office this year.
In June, the filming of Made by Iraqui girls - a docufilm about the Rafedìn project began, and in October the new Rafedìn Fashion Atelier is established in Amman.
In Ader, Karak province, one of the poorest areas in the country, the Forma JO project, for the production of Italian sheep's cheese, begins.
In September, with the start of the school year, Our Lady of Carmel, the first informal school for Iraqi children in Amman, was established.
In September, the JOlato project is born with the artisanal production of excellent Italian ice cream.
Jordan closes for Covid in March. Project activities continue despite multiple difficulties.
The project Bridges in Amman start to help include Iraqi Christians in the city.
The same year saw the opening of the "Sacred Heart House" and Habbi's new offices in Amman.
Habibi is accredited with AICS, Italian Agency for Development Cooperation.
In August, Bishop Stefano Manetti of Fiesole (FI) visits Habibi projects and meets with Iraqi refugees.