KHCF Signs MOU With Make-A-Wish Foundation – UAE
The King Hussein Cancer Foundation (KHCF) renewed its partnership with Make-A-Wish Foundation – UAE for the 8th consecutive year by signing a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) aiming to strengthen the partnership between both parties and to make children patient’s wishes at the King Hussein Cancer Center (KHCC) come true, raising their morale, and improving their response to treatment.
Signing the MOU was Mr. Hani Al Zubaidi, CEO of Make-A-Wish Foundation, and Mrs. Nisreen Qatamish, Director General of KHCF. The signing was done during an honoring ceremony that included fun activities for children.
KHCF and Make-A-Wish Foundation’s partnership began in 2014. The foundation has granted 1020 wishes to child patients at KHCC, including 198 wishes during the year 2021.
Mrs. Nisreen Qatamish expressed her appreciation to the Make-A-Wish foundation for its continuous support, stating: “We appreciate the influential humanitarian role Make-A-Wish Foundation plays in supporting our child patients both psychologically and morally. Fulfilling their wishes is considered a vital part of their treatment process at the center, as it aids in relieving them as they go through long periods of cancer treatment at KHCC.”
Mr. Hani Al Zubaidi expressed his pride in Make-A-Wish Foundation’s collaboration with KHCC, stating: “We take pride in our ongoing cooperation with KHCC, Make-A-Wish Foundation’s strategic partner in Jordan. KHCC is considered one of the leading centers in the Middle East in providing holistic treatment for cancer patients, and a regional medical landmark for treating all types of cancer. We are pleased to continue working towards fulfilling the wishes of more children who are suffering from critical health conditions, threatening their lives.”