In the presence of His Beatitude Archbishop and Chairman of the Board, Bishop Hosam Naoum Members of the General Assembly and the Board of Directors of JPBC
Jerusalem, November 1, 2022
in Jerusalem are briefed on the most important achievements and developments in the Centre
The Anglican Archbishop of Jerusalem, Bishop Hosam Naoum – Chairman of the Board of Directors of the Jerusalem Princess Basma Centre, met yesterday with the members of the General Assembly. Where they discussed the most important achievements and developments in the organization, including the services and programs provided for the children with disabilities and their families, in addition to the current renovations in the different departments at the Basma Centre. They also toured around the Centre, interacted with the families, and saw the progress closely.
Archbishop Hosam, Expressed his satisfaction and pride in the services provided by JPBC, especially for those with special challenges and abilities. He praised the efforts of the administration and all the staff who work in the spirit of one team. He likened their continuous and remarkable improvement, development, and improvement to the beehive. Moreover, he encouraged them to continue providing the best services for the glory of God and the service of man.
From her side, the General Director of JPBC, Violette Mubarak, expressed her pride in the members of the General Assembly, and thanked the Chairman and the members of the board of directors. Stressing on the importance of the role played by the church under the supervision of the Archbishop Hosam Naoum, since the church has a fundamental role in supporting JPBC to sustain its services to children with disabilities, and their families in Palestine.
Mr. Bashar Al- Barghouti, General Assembly member, and Vice Chairman, expressed his pride in the services provided by the JPBC to the most vulnerable groups. He also made it clear that there is a permanent development in the services provided by JPBC as well as JPBC facilities.
It’s worth mentioning that The Jerusalem Princess Basma Centre (JPBC) located on Jerusalem’s Mount of Olives, operates under the umbrella of the Arab Anglican Episcopal Church in Jerusalem and the Middle East and under the supervision of the Anglican Archbishop of Jerusalem in the fields of Health, Disability and Inclusive Education.
JPBC implements long-term community-based programs and has always maintained a clear vision of providing Comprehensive Rehabilitation and Inclusive Education through the Child Rehabilitation Centre and the Inclusive School.