Intergovernmental Institution for the Use of Micro-Algae Spirulina Against Malnutrition

Intergovernmental Observer to the United Nations Economic and Social Council Under ECOSOC Resolution 2003/212 Dated 5th of March 2003.
Designated by the United Nations Economic & Social Council Under Rule 79 of the Council’s Rules and Procedures.

IN SUPPORT OF THE UNITED NATIONS SYSTEM FOR A BETTER WORLD AND THE UNITED NATIONS SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT GOALS 2015 - 2030

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IIMSAM’s/U.S.G.H.E. Dr. Ayman Al Bayaa and Tunisian Celebrity Singer Chaima-Helali in a Synergy of Cooperation with UNHCR-Zaatari Refugee Camp – Emirat Camp – The King Hussein Cancer Foundation Syrian Refugee Children Received Gifts from the IIMSAM

H.E. Dr Ayman AL Bayaa and Tunisian Celebrity Singer H.E. Chaima Helali visited Syrian refugee camps in Jordan

IIMSAM’s GWAs H.E. Dr. A. Bayaa and Tunisian Celebrity Pop-Star in background Chaimaa Helali together with Media group Member from IIMSAM Fatene Azzedine and Wafa Salah with Syrian Refugee Children. and United Nations High Commission For Refugees.
IIMSAM’S Goodwill Ambassadors: H.E. Dr Ayman AL Bayaa and Tunisian Celebrity Singer H.E. Chaima Helali visited Syrian refugee camps in Jordan.

The visit included UNHCR – Zaatari Refugee Camp – Emirati Camp – for Syrian refugees and the King Hussein Cancer Foundation. distribution of a large
number of gifts to the children and their participation in opening the gifts (toys) gave joy and happiness to the refugee children. The official IIMSAM visit of the GWA’s provided an atmosphere of love and reassurance for the children.

The IIMSAM GWAs also visited the King Hussein Cancer Center and were greeted by HRH Princess Dina Mired. USG H.E. Al Bayaa and H.E. Helali praised the services provided to cancer patients within this great edifice. At the end of the day, Ambassador Al Bayaa hosted a large number of journalists and to discuss a number of humanitarian issues affecting Syrians refugees and cancer patients as well as for the preparation of a number of future initiatives in Jordan. Ambassador Bayaa at the end of the meeting, honored a number of agencies and people who supported those humanitarian issues in Jordan.

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Pictures left to right: UNHCR-Mr. Adem Chaqiri by door Zaatari Refugees Camp Director. USG Dr. Ayman Albayaa and Chaimaa Helali Mr. Sofian Alrabayaa.

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HRH Princess Dina Mired Head of the King Hussein Cancer Center with IIMSAM-GWAs Dr. Bayaa and Chaima Helali.

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Pictures left to right, and below: With UNHCR/WFP Field Officer/WFP, USG H.E. Al Bayaa with Emirati-Camp Director Ali Alzahry, Mgr. H. A. Konahi.

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IIMSAM SG Remigio Maradona

Comments by the Secretary-General of IIMSAM Remigio Maradona for IIMSAM’s Newsletter: “I want to give my gratitude to the IIMSAM Delegation H.E. Dr. A. Bayaa and H.E. Chaima Helali our media team of Ms. Fatene Azzedine and Ms. Wafa Salah for their commitment to our Mandate. I would also like to extent my most sincere gratitude to Her Royal Highness Princess Dina Mired, Emirati Camp Director Ali Alzahry, UNHCR Field Oficer Mr. Adem Chaqiri and his Staff, Ms. M. Yara (UN-WFP) Mr. Mohamad Al-Kofahi (Zataari R.C. Director) Mr. Sofian Alrabayaa. SG Maradona said, “nations need to pull together to deal with the world’s 60 million displaced people by rebuilding a coordinated and orderly system for dealing with refugees and migrants.” the plight of the refugee makes me very sad in particularly the world’ response to the global migration crisis which is heading increasingly towards isolationism we need to work together as well as be inclusive to tackle the challenge.”

“We must be more generous towards refugees, who were each “a person with an equal right to stand in dignity on this planet”. As a Physically Challenged person all my life disabled by Polio at the age of two I can relay to the refugees increasingly challenges only united we can succeed and in the process define our time on this planet as that of inclusiveness and tolerance for our fellow human being.” “The UN has set out a plan that aims to resettle at least 10% of the global refugee population every year, as it tries to tackle the crisis. The UN Secretary-General, Ban Ki-moon, hopes the new “global compact on shared responsibilities would be an asset to the refugee plight.” We must direct our efforts toward relieving the plight of children in refugee camps IIMSAM stands ready to assist.”

DID YOU KNOW ACCORDING TO THE UNITED NATIONS HIGH COMMISSION FOR REFUGEES (UNHCR) ?

Approximately 80 percent of Syrian refugees in Jordan live in urban areas in the north of Jordan, while the remaining 20 percent live in the Za’atari, Marjeeb al-Fahood, Cyber City and Al-Azraq camps.

An unprecedented 59.5 million people around the world have been forced from home. Among them are nearly 20 million refugees, over half of whom are under the age of 18.

There are also 10 million stateless people who have been denied a naLonality and access to basic rights such as education, healthcare, employment and freedom of movement.

42,500 people are forcibly displaced every day as a result of conflict or persecution.


IIMSAM’s Goodwill Ambassador H. E. Mrs. Abeer Khalil Makes in Roads Towards Assisting the Impoverished Refugees Communities in Jordan by Launching (Ramadan Al Khair “Goodwill Campaign”) in a Synergy of Cooperation with UNRWA – United Nations Relief and Works Agency for Palestine & UNHCR – United Nations High Commission for Refugees

Depict GWA Dr. Abbeer Khalil and the IIMSAM Supply Truck delivering humanitarian food supplies

Depict GWA Dr. Abbeer Khalil and the IIMSAM Supply Truck delivering humanitarian food supplies and other items for daily survival for the various needed refugee communities Dr. khalil visited.
IIMSAM’s Goodwill Ambassador H.E. Dr. Khalil is a Prolific Humanitarian working with cancer victims, autistic children, orphans, refugee children, medical director of her own medical centre servicing the diplomatic community and others in Jeddah, KSA. She is also a Goodwill Ambassador of various initiatives with the Arab Media Unity Council. As an IIMSAM GWA she arrived in the Jordanian capital of Amman to launch the IIMSAM campaign (Ramadan Al khair “Goodwill Campaign”) in support of the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals 2015-2030, H.E. Dr Abeer visited numbers of camps, orphanage houses, and centers for needy and poor people in Jordan.Ms Khalil started her activities by visiting AlBogaa camp in Amman, where she listened to the residents of the camp and their difficulties in order to help in provide facilities. And at the end she distributed bags Full of Ramadan daily needs. Her trip continued to Gaza Refugee Camp in Jarrash, Jordan. The camp is home to about 24,000 Palestinian refugees who left the Gaza Strip in 1968. Most of the families living there were also displaced in 1948, meaning that they have lost their homes twice in one lifetime. The majority live on less than $2 a day. About a quarter live on less than one. Baao’n village in Ajloun, where she provided financial support to the people who are suffering from chronic diseases. She also visited Jabal Alnasr Area, and Jabal AlNadheef area where she visited an orphanage house and distributed financial support directly to the orphans. During her trip she visited another orphanage house in Alwahdat camp, to support the humanitarian program (Takiat Um Ali) financially.

GWA Dr. Khalil with official and visiting the various refugee area camps aforementioned.

Depict GWA Dr. Abbeer Khalil and the IIMSAM Supply Truck delivering humanitarian food supplies

Depict GWA Dr. Abbeer Khalil and the IIMSAM Supply Truck delivering humanitarian food supplies

Comments by the Secretary-General of IIMSAM Remigio Maradona for IIMSAM’s Newsletter:

“I want to give my gratitude to our Goodwill Ambassadors H.E. Dr. Khalil who is quickly becoming the (Arab) Angelina Jolie of IIMSAM and the many of those from the various local refugee communities who assisted Dr. Khalil to carryout out this noble (Ramadan Al khair “Goodwill Campaign”) in support of the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals 2015-2030 and to bring hope to the refugees…“We must be more generous towards refugees, who were each “a person with an equal right to stand in dignity on this planet”. As a Physically Challenged person all my life disabled by Polio at the age of two I can relay to the refugees increasingly challenges only united we can succeed and in the process define our time on this planet as that of inclusiveness and tolerance for our fellow human being.” “The UN has set out a plan that aims to resettle at least 10% of the global refugee population every year, as it tries to tackle the crisis. The UN Secretary-General, Ban Ki-moon, hopes the new “global compact on shared responsibilities would be an asset to the refugee plight.” we must direct our efforts toward relieving the plight of children in refugee camps IIMSAM’s Ramadan Al khair “Goodwill Campaign” is the first step in a journey of a thousand miles.”

Did You Know?
UNHCR was created in 1950, during the aftermath of the Second World War, to help millions of Europeans who had fled or lost their homes. We had three years to complete our work and then disband. Today, over 65 years later, is still hard at work, protecting and assisting refugees around the world. In 1954, UNHCR won the Nobel Peace Prize for its groundbreaking work in Europe.

UNRWA was established by United Nations General Assembly resolution 302 (IV) of 8 December 1949 to carry out direct relief and works programmes for Palestine refugees. The Agency began operations on 1 May 1950. In the absence of a solution to the Palestine refugee problem, the General Assembly has repeatedly renewed UNRWA’s mandate, most recently extending it until 30 June 2017. The Agency’s services encompass education, health care, relief and social services, camp infrastructure and improvement, micro-finance and emergency assistance, including in times of armed conflict. The United Nations Relief and Works Agency for Palestine Refugees (UNRWA) is funded almost entirely by voluntary contributions from UN Member States. UNRWA also receives some funding from the Regular Budget of the United Nations, which is used mostly for international staffing costs. (Source UN-DATA.)