Happiness Again is a non-profit Organization located in Amman, Jordan that provides psycho-social support to Syrian refugee children and their families through holistic programming and the use of diverse therapy models.
Happiness Again is apolitical, non religious and entirely backed up by the donations of our worldwide contributors.
A big thank you for your donations from our
to benefit the syrian refugee children at
Happiness Again Center
Saturday 25th January 2020 at 6.30 pm
in "Kapelle des Kulturhauses Helferei"
in Zürich Switzerland
"CHOEUR SYMPHONIQUE DE VEVEY"
Luc BAGHDASSARIAN, Pianist & Direction
Florence von BURG Violonist & Pianist
SVENDSON Romance opus 26
DVORAK Romance opus 11
SARASATE Romance Andalouse opus 22 n°1
PUCCINI Messa di Gloria
Sanctus - Agnus Dei
Introït et Kyrie - In Paradisum
FRANCK Messe opus 12
Panis Angelicus Agnus Dei
DVORAK Messe opus 86
ROSSINI Petite Messe Solennelle
HAPPINESS AGAIN IN NUMBERS
459 children received therapy and...
67 mothers could heal their psychological trauma and re-insert society through work
7899 lunches and breakfasts served.
12 patients received hospital treatments .
The tragic wars in the Middle East has caused extremely negative physical and psychological outcomes on the people.
Many have fled the war zone and sought refuge in neighboring countries including Jordan.
Happiness Again is currently working in 4 main program areas using a multi-disciplinary approach to deliver Support, Treatment, facilitate reintegration and raise awareness.
This program focuses on children aged from six through twelve who have been physically ans psychologically traumatized either directly or indirectly by the Syrian crisis.
This project is currently a six-week program of psychological support for teenagers. This includes a series of therapy-focused activities and lectures and will be extended into a three month session.
This project provides psychological support to help the mothers of the children. These women attend their own twelve-week course which includes psychosocial evaluations...