The Vaseline Healing Project

Factsheet: Jordan

Learn about the impact of the Healing Project in Jordan.

New dermatology program

March 2017 - February 2018, The Vaseline® Healing Project funded the creation of a new dermatology program, implemented by the Jordan Health Aid Society (JHAS).

The program includes funding for a full-time dermatologist and driver to rotate through 8 clinic sites managed by JHAS (Za'atari Refugee Camp, King Abdullah Park Refugee Camp, Ramtha, Irbid, Mafraq, Zarqa, Amman, and JHAS' mobile medical unit) providing treatment to Syrian refugees and other vulnerable groups.

Syrian refugee mission

Initial mission date: March 2015

The Vaseline® Healing Project sent a travelling dermatological unit to provide free treatment in Madaba, Al Mafraq, Al Za'atari, Zarqa.

Over 850 patients treated in a temporary clinic in Madaba.

Around 130 patients treated in Al Mafraq village, adjacent to an unnamed refugee camp on the Iraqi border.

Over 200 patients treated in Al Za'atari refugee camp.

Around 100 patients treated in Zarqa, Jordan.

Skin conditions treated: Eczema, dry skin, skin infections (bacterial, fungal and viral), acne, rosacea, diabetes skin ulcers, Old World Leishmaniasis, tinia, lice, scabies, dandruff, burns and other injuries.

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Through the Vaseline® Healing Project we have helped heal the skin of

4,309,137 people

Our target is to help 5,000,000 people affected by poverty or emergencies by 2020.

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