A Human Touch works to help destitute Iraqi refugees in Jordan. The organization is composed of three women: Huda al Khudheiri, Sahar al Neami, and Tania al Khaffaf. They aim to meet the needs of Iraqi families and lessen their sense of displacement. They help all Iraqis regardless of their identity or circumstances.
To date, A Human Touch’s most important achievement has been covering registration fees and book costs for Iraqi students, paying an amount of 30,000 Jordanian dinar. They are still raising funds in order to sponsor more students who don’t have the ability to cover registration fees themselves. The group also raises money to help people in need, including orphans, and to pay rent for widows, divorced women, old people, and those living in poverty. Its work helps cover their basic daily expenses, provide medications for chronic diseases, and cover the fees of medical check-ups, surgeries of all types, x-ray scans, laboratory tests, and fistulae tests.