Housing Bank Adopts Hydroponics homes

In Support of Dar Abu Abdullah' Efforts to Empower Women

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(Photo: Housing Bank)
Press Release — Housing Bank has supported the hydroponics project with Dar Abu Abdullah, an initiative designed to fight poverty by providing locals with self-employment and crucial skills. This project helps in bettering the lives of four beneficiaries, by adopting two plastic houses powered by hydroponics technology.اضافة اعلان

The support comes after Housing Bank’s strategic partnership with Dar Abu Abdullah, which is an addition to its existing partnership with Tkiyet Um Ali, resulting in year-long support. It will see them join hands with DAA in order to help the individuals and families supported by Tkiyet Um Ali and ultimately improve their quality of life.

The partnership and support framework seeks to empower women beneficiaries by equipping them with all the necessary tools for successful plastic houses, as well as providing them with educational resources in various fields and skills. The program offers life, job, and financial skills training combined with the basics of hydroponics to equip those in need with the tools for a successful future. In addition, it finances the building of plastic houses for beneficiaries so they can efficiently work and generate an income to sustain themselves and their families.

This partnership is part of the bank’s programs to promote sustainable development, recognizing the abundance of women’s energy in the Kingdom as one of its key components. Housing Bank attaches great importance to participating in women’s empowerment, both in its own work environment and among women from different segments and sectors of society.

It is noteworthy that Housing Bank has numerous partnerships and agreements in this field. And it always seeks to provide support and care for institutions concerned with women’s empowerment in order to achieve the goals of its approved social responsibility strategy.

Dar Abu Abdullah is a non-governmental and non-profit organization that seeks to empower individuals, enhance their capabilities, and sustain their livelihoods through projects that address the underlying causes of food poverty in Jordan. Named after His Majesty the late King Hussein Bin Talal and chaired by Her Royal Highness Princess Haya Bint Al Hussein, Dar Abu Abdullah was established in an effort to honor His Majesty’s legacy and his belief that the individual represents a nation’s greatest asset.

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