With over 2 million refugees living in Jordan, Right To Play’s programs promote the development of life skills, including leadership, fair play and conflict resolution. Programs provide opportunities for youth to act as the primary agents of change.
Through sport and games, Right To Play programs will provide physical and psychosocial health activities, encourage opportunities for youth leadership and participation, while increasing the awareness of child rights in refugees
Programs help children build their confidence and self-esteem, it creates trust between opposing parties and advances the healing process. It creates of culture of peace, helps build positive friendships and creates a sense of community