• Generations Protected
    Generations Protected
    Create a thriving Jordanian youth generation protected against risky behaviours of addiction

Create a thriving Jordanian youth generation protected against risky behaviours of addiction

Main objectives:

  • Prevent use of drugs (as well as tobacco) through raising awareness and educating children and youth about the harms of such risky behaviors.
  • Build adolescents and children capacity in social and life skills and engage them in productive activities.



The initiative targets students in different grades through programs that are age sensitive, where a number of extracurricular activities are designed for 4th-6th graders, a series of interactive, skill based workshops target 7th-9th graders  and a peer to peer education program will run for those aged 15 years and above through relevant NGOs and youth centers.

Moreover, the initiative is built on the Train of Trainer (ToT) model, whereby teachers and counselors in schools will be trained by experts to deliver the programs to their students in schools. The initiative will focus on enhancing awareness of parents regarding drugs, sharpen their mentoring skills enhance their ability to realize symptoms of drugs use, and learn how to intervene, and support their children’s resilience.

The Crown Prince Foundation initiative is managed by the Royal Health Awareness Society in cooperation with Ministry of Education, Ministry of Youth, Anti Narcotics Department, National Addicts Rehabilitation Center of the Ministry of Health, Mentor Arabia and relevant foundations and NGOs.

  • I never imagined myself standing in front of an audience and expressing myself, but Haqiq gave me strength and showed me that I have all that it takes to overcome my fears
    Mohammad Salem, a ninth grader from Deir Alla
  • His Royal Highness’ initiative was launched to deal with a sensitive and persistent issue that has been challenging the sports sector in Jordan. Sports teams and leagues will benefit from this initiative that will qualify athletic therapists specialists; which will provide a sense of safety for the athletes and will eventually reflect positively on their athletic performance
    Doc. Atef Rweidan, Al Hussein Youth City General Manager
  • The acquisition of self-defense techniques was their favorite achievement. We used to be told that girls could not perform activities that involve physical force,” they said, adding that martial arts have strengthened their self-esteem and discipline
    Zeina Saqer, Siham Kiswani and Farah Odeh
  • A Dream, an ambition and hope that is coming to life….. thank you Your Royal Highness and may we always be moving forward to be what we ought to be; always in the lead
    Mr. Khaled Zeidan, psychotherapist and field injuries specialist
  • An important and highly valued initiative as it is concerned with the lives and safety of our young athletes that are always aiming on raising Jordan’s flag at international championship. It also sheds the light on the importance and role of qualified athletic therapists
    Mrs. Lana Jaghbeer, Jordanian Olympic Committee Secretary General