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Nedaa Sharara performs self-composed song with SOS children’s choir

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Nedaa Sharara poses with members of the SOS Children’s Villages choir at the Amman Rotana Hotel on November 28, 2021. (Photos: Thekra Aladwan/Jordan News)
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AMMAN — Nedaa Sharara performed on Sunday, in collaboration with the SOS Children’s Villages choir, a song she wrote on the occasion of International Children’s Day after she was named an ambassador for SOS Children’s Villages Jordan.اضافة اعلان

The song was inspired by Sharara’s belief that society should embrace children with acceptance and love.

The performance came as part of an SOS Children’s Villages event held under the patronage of EU Ambassador to Jordan Maria Hadjitheodosio, attended by public officials, diplomats, donors, partners, media influencers, and SOS mothers and caregivers. The event took place at the Amman Rotana Hotel.


(Photo: SOS Children’s Villages Jordan)

Chairperson of SOS Jordan, Iman Abu Rous, expressed her pride in this collaboration in her welcoming speech, emphasizing the importance of community support for orphaned children and those who lack parental care.

This celebration coincides with the world's celebrations of International Children's Day, during which she emphasized the importance of ensuring that children everywhere have access to their rights.

"I appreciate the support provided by individuals, strategic partners, and major donors, which helps in providing the requirements of a decent life for the children under our care that gives them a warm home," the chairperson said in remarks to Jordan News.

“We have been working with different local organizations to enhance children's rights, including preventing early marriages and child labor,” Hadjitheodosio said in an interview with Jordan News. She commended the SOS villages for the “tremendous” work they have carried out.


Left to right: SOS Children’s Villages Jordan Chairperson Iman Abu Rous, Rana Al-Zoubi, and Nidaa Sharara.

“Young people have a central role to play in building the country's future, in shaping its political and economic policies. So that is why they need to be empowered, motivated, loved, and protected, and that's why we're committed to listening to their inspirations and helping them realize their potential,” she said.

For her part, Sharara expressed her thanks for being named an ambassador for SOS Children's Villages Jordan, emphasizing the importance of everyone supporting the children. 

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