Hikma supports teachers in Jordan through new partnership with Save the Children

Amman, 16 March 2020 - Hikma Pharmaceuticals PLC (Hikma Group), the multinational pharmaceutical company, announces a four-year, $100,000 commitment annually to Save the Children in Jordan to support the Transforming Refugee Education towards Excellence (TREE) initiative, a programme with the mission to equip Jordanian teachers with skills to deliver effective teaching, strengthen teachers’ resilience to trauma, and help students suffering from trauma overcome challenges.

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Launched in 2019, TREE aims to benefit 1,350 teachers and reach 745,000 individuals over five years
through a systems-wide teacher-training programme centred on incorporating compassion into
education. TREE is an initiative of Save the Children and the MIT Abdul Latif Jameel World Education
Lab (J-WEL) in cooperation with the Jordanian Ministry of Education, Community Jameel and Dubai

Hana Darwazeh Ramadan, Global VP of Corporate Social Responsibility at Hikma, said: “We are looking
forward to a long and fruitful partnership with Save the Children in Jordan to support the TREE initiative.
By collaborating to improve the quality and scope of education, we can positively impact the lives of
millions of displaced populations and refugees.”

Save the Children CEO Kevin Watkins said: “We are thrilled about our new partnership with Hikma
Pharmaceuticals. They are strengthening a ground-breaking programme that provides crucial assistance
to teachers in Jordan and the refugee children they teach. We are proud of our cross-sector partnerships
that make this impact for children possible, including philanthropists and foundations like Community
Jameel and Dubai Cares, the Jordanian government, and now the private sector through Hikma

Hassan Jameel, President, Saudi Arabia, of Community Jameel, said: “We are proud to welcome Hikma
Pharmaceuticals as a new partner in the TREE programme, which is driving long-lasting change for
young people in Jordan. Hikma’s support will further enable TREE’s important work in fostering
psychological wellbeing and safer learning for children affected by trauma”.

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