Earth Yoga on 22nd of April,
FitnessFirst Plenary, Shmeisani, 6pm


Earth Yoga on 22nd of April, FitnessFirst Plenary, Shmeisani, 6pm



Jordanian Food and the Best
Falafel I’ve Had!


Published on April, 10th, 2016, blogger Mark Wiens, is a full time travel blogger, food guide author, and video producer. He is passionate about food and learning about a country’s food and culture. Wild Jordan Center is featured in minute 6.


Movie Night – Wanted 18
9th April, 2016


Ma3mal 621 presents Wanted 18, a Canadian – Palestinian animated documentary, 2014, about a the story of a small local dairy industry that began during the First Intifada, in Beit Sahour village near Bethlehem. The film combines documentary interviews with those involved in the events, archival footage, drawings, black-and-white stop-motion animation as well as re-enactments. The production is a combination of the work of  Palestinian Director and visual artist Amer Shomali and co-directed by Canadian filmmaker Paul Cowan.

aMENA Foundation celebrates
The United Nation¹s World
Autism Awareness Day

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April 2nd, 2016 marked the The United Nation¹s World Autism Awareness Day and with the support of ATICO Fakhreldin Group, aMENA Foundation held an awareness lecture about Autism, as the Citadel turned blue in support of the day. Wild Jordan Center staff wore decorative awareness pins and offered blue drinks to the guests.


The Royal Society for
the Conservation of
Nature Celebrates Earth Hour

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On March 26th, the center was buzzing with enthusiasts that witnessed several events before the walk which took place at 8.30pm, when all the lights were switched off. The first 200 participants received candles and led the way for the rest, as they walked in the old neighborhood. This celebration was supported and sponsored by HIKMA Pharmaceutical company.




Kids Empowered Jordan Special Workshop


Kids Empowered Jordan held a special workshop for parents at Wild Jordan Center about bully proofing kids and how to deal with their own kids on how to empower them and let them stand up for themselves. It was such an eye opener and of great help.

Queen Rania Al Abdullah honorary
visit to Wild Jordan Center


Queen Rania honored the Wild Jordan Center on March 17th, 2016. Her Majesty commented  “Really enjoyed stopping by Wild Jordan earlier today. Everything made deliciously with local produce gives it a special Jordanian touch!”.

ATICO Fakhreldin Group sponsor
Atfaluna Launch

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Atfalouna is a non-profit company, established in 2015 dedicated to identifying children in need of treatment and medical care, yet lack the resources to do so. The group of social workers and team members assess medical conditions and secure financial aid needed to treat the child. In order to mobilize all the efforts to help children get free health care in Jordan and around the world Atfalouna seek fund raising methods from kind donors, financial supporters or pro bono.

The Wild Jordan Center hosted the launch event at 6p.m. and it was which a successful, informative and vivacious event.

UmniahEVO4G event at
Wild Jordan Center


On the 6th of March, 2016 UmniahEVO4G event¹s buzzed with live streaming, question and answer sessions and lots excitement as Umniah, the second network provider in Jordan, launched the 4G dual network for fixed landlines and mobiles to serve both individuals and corporates.


Recycle, Movie Night

Recycle, Movie Night

18, 9th April 2016, 8pm  The View held its first Movie Night event and presented Mr. Mahmoud Al Massad, Director of Recycle. Mr. Massad explained the hardships it took him to film the movie, which is about a Jordanian family man living in the hometown of Muslim leader Al-Zarqawi and his struggle to support his family and define his identity in a tense political climate. Mr. Massad stayed behind, after the movie, to answer a few questions and talk about his experience.

It is worth mentioning that the 85 inch screen was provided by Samsung.