Tag: Jordan

  • My Experience with JHR – Ahmed Bani Hani

    July 9 Ahmed Bani Hani At the end of August 2019, my first human rights experience started after I submitted a proposal to cooperate with Journalists for Human Rights “JHR” and it was about the injuries of soccer players in the Jordan Professional League and clubs evading and delaying their treatment. It did not take

  • Irbid Health Centers Poor Service Harms Beneficiaries

    July 9 – Ahmed Bani Hani Umm Muhammad visits the Ibn Sina Primary Health Center, in the city of Irbid, to prescribe the monthly treatment of her 60-year-old father, who suffers from heart disease, but in many times they provide her with alternative medicines, which leave many side effects to her father, saying, “They gave

  • Increasing Drug Shortages during Coronavirus Crisis

    Hibatullah Obeidat Thursday, July 02, 2020 Eleven years after her first pregnancy, Rima, the mother of four who lives in Mafraq Governorate, discovered that she suffers from hyperthyroidism, which requires visiting Mafraq Governmental Hospital, for a monthly examination based on which the medication is prescribed and dispensed for a month. But the announcement of the

  • How Jordan Disposes of Hazardous Coronavirus Medical Waste

    Ahmed Bani Hani Monday, June 29, 2020 “If we do this, others will, at the end of the day, we must wear protective clothing and masks, and God shall protect us”. This is how Rakan Abbasi, (20s), the environmental worker at the founder King Abdullah University Hospital (KAUH), describes the risk of his work in

  • What if You’re A Cycling Pro in an Unprepared Environment?

      Marah Youssef Friday, June 19, 2020 Originally published on 7iber In 2018, Nader Zuqayba, 53, a former coach of the National Cycling Team, was hit by a car during his morning exercise on his bike. As a result of this accident, Zuqayba was taken to the hospital and underwent an 8-hour surgery, which ended

  • Coronavirus: “Court Disruption” Wastes People’s Rights

    *Shifa Al Qudah AMMAN – Lawyer Enas Zayed believes that the impact of the disruption to courts in order to limit the spread of the Covid-19 virus will extend to the coming years, and not be limited to just the current time. The stoppage of courts’ work during March and April will be reflected in

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