Thanks to Our Partners

Wounded Angels - 2018 Online Fundraising Campaign


Polus Center for Social & Economic Development would like to thank our partners as we launch the 2018 Wounded Angels Online Fundraising Campaign for civilian Syrian refugee children & families.

The Polus Center has been working in the region since the Syrian crisis began. Working with both partners on the ground in Jordan like Asia Development Training, who ensure local community involvement, and Internationally, like UK based Find A Better Way, who provide the programs a permanent home. From the beginning the U.S. State Department’s Bureau of Political-Military Affairs/Office of Weapons Removal & Abatement (PM/WRA) has understood that providing direct assistance and capacity building efforts like these create continuity of care for victims, economic opportunities for trainees, and support for Jordan in the monumental task of caring for the influx of well over half a million Syrian refugees.

Our Partners

The Polus Center would like to thank the U.S. State Department’s Bureau of Political-Military Affairs/Office of Weapons Removal & Abatement (PM/WRA). It is through many years of partnership and support that we provide these life-changing services to war wounded Syrian children and their families.

The Find A Better Way Foundation and Sir Bobby Charlton have furthered the campaign of healing and hope by partnering with Polus Center and ADT to open a new facility in Amman, Jordan. The Sir Bobby Charlton Rehabilitation Centre opened its doors in August 2017, creating a permanent home for innovative programs that provide a full range of physical and psychological rehabilitation services for Syrian refugee children and their families.

Asia Development Training continues its commitment to serve and care for the poorest and most vulnerable people in the region through community-based training programs and its long-standing partnership with the Polus Center. Together we are working to increase Jordan’s ability to cope with the current humanitarian crisis.

Many thanks to the Dorothea Haus Ross Foundation who stepped in to support the Wings of Peace initiative. This innovative expressive therapy program was established specifically to address the psychological traumas experienced by the children caught in the crossfire of war. 


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