Equal Opportunity brings the idea of EQUAL treatment + the OPPORTUNITY to improve the quality of life and advance the rights of less fortunate children.

Equal Opportunity Community Initiative

Interpretive dance classes conducted by EOCI volunteer for orphan girls, giving them a chance to learn the basics of contemporary dance.

Toronto elementary students engage in informal dialogue and collaborative learning through our cross-cultural communication program.

Volunteers organized and implemented the distribution of toys, personal care products and health supplies to families in need.

Hair supplies added to refugee camp beauty school that teaches young women hair styling, in order to learn a trade and generate income for them and their families. 

Over 100 youth complete the English Live Communication workshops as part of the Jordan Education Initiative Internship Program in order to bridge the gap between learning outcomes and the work market demand.

Global classroom exchange between Centennial College students and peer students in the English Live program.

60 female refugee students complete the English Live Communication workshops assisting them with new opportunities for higher education and employment.

Four-day Capacity Building workshops held for the Ministry of Social Development.

Personal care products donated to shelter for abused women and children.

150 orphan children and youth gather to celebrate the completion of the Bullyproof program for 2014. HRH Prince Hussein Mirza, joined also by the Social Development Ministry, Deputy Secretary General Abdullah Smeirat congratulated the children and youth graduates. The highest achieving students were awarded lifetime scholarships to continue their training. Bullyproof promotes positive methods of social interaction through education and awareness and encourages children and youth to banish bullying for good.

Equal Opportunity Community Initiative

Equal Opportunity Community Initiative is underpinned by the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child Article 31: "State parties recognise the right of every child to rest and leisure, to engage in play and recreational activities appropriate to the age of the child and to participate freely in cultural life and the arts"

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