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Jordan, Middle East
Population: 8,118,000
Chief of State: King Abdullah II
Head of Gov.: Prime Minister Abdullah Ensour
Christians: 2.1%
Evangelical Christians: 0.3%
Dominant Religion: Sunni Islam
Persecution Ranking: 31st
Life Expectancy: 73.90 Years
Literacy Rate: 93.4%
Population Below Poverty Line: 14.2%
Refugees Living in Jordan: 672,930

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The Higher Council for the Affairs of Persons with Disabilities was established in Jordan with the aim to improve the lives of people with disabilities and enforce their right to participate in society. Prince Mired told The Jordan Times that since children with disabilities are excluded from the general education system, the majority (85 per cent-95 per cent) are being educated in isolation from the community, if they receive education at all. Prince Mired said. “Children with disabilities are citizens just like any normal person, thus, [they] have the same fundamental rights as their fellow citizens of the same age, which implies the right to enjoy a decent life, as normal and full as possible.” Pray that the disabled children will receive new strength and stamina. Pray that the government will find new ways to cater to the needs of these special children (The Bible, Isaiah 35:6).

Children with disabilities being left behind in Jordan — Prince Mired

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Jordan, Middle East
Population: 8,118,000
Chief of State: King Abdullah II
Head of Gov.: Prime Minister Abdullah Ensour
Christians: 2.1%
Evangelical Christians: 0.3%
Dominant Religion: Sunni Islam
Persecution Ranking: 31st
Life Expectancy: 73.90 Years
Literacy Rate: 93.4%
Population Below Poverty Line: 14.2%
Refugees Living in Jordan: 672,930

Pray for Jordan - facebook page

The Higher Council for the Affairs of Persons with Disabilities was established in Jordan with the aim to improve the lives of people with disabilities and enforce their right to participate in society. Prince Mired told The Jordan Times that since children with disabilities are excluded from the general education system, the majority (85 per cent-95 per cent) are being educated in isolation from the community, if they receive education at all. Prince Mired said. “Children with disabilities are citizens just like any normal person, thus, [they] have the same fundamental rights as their fellow citizens of the same age, which implies the right to enjoy a decent life, as normal and full as possible.” Pray that the disabled children will receive new strength and stamina. Pray that the government will find new ways to cater to the needs of these special children (The Bible, Isaiah 35:6).

Children with disabilities being left behind in Jordan — Prince Mired