Resource and Management International Network "Rami Network" is a US
based agency that provides a wide range of support to improve current
services and develop new programs for people with disabilities within the US
and around the world.
Founded in 2012, RAMI Network's main focus is to facilitate access to the US advanced resources in the field of social, human and medical services and to share them globally to support agencies and governments who strive to improve the lives of people with disabilities worldwide. We offer assistance in many areas including but not limited to: specialized training, professional educational conferences, services assessments, curriculum development and setting up new services and programs, etc.
With the participation of our team of experts, Rami Network will continue to create opportunities and provide endless support to develop wide range of needed services for people with disabilities that will help them to become more independent and productive members of their communities.
For more details about our work and how we can support your efforts, please check out "Expertise & Impact" section.
If you have a question, or want to explore ways of collaboration, please feel free to contact us.
Fawzi Abu Hashish, the Executive Director of Resource and Management International Network (RAMI Network), has decades of experience in the field of disabilities, social welfare, fundraising, management and international relations.Find Out More
In February 2014 RAMI Network represented by Mr. Abu Hashish has conducted five day training for the staff...Read More
From 2010 to 2012 Mr. Abu Hashish has facilitated and provided training for the Higher Council for the Affairs... guidelines.Read More
RAMI Network is currently working with King Fahed Medical City in Riyadh on organizing training on psychology...Read More
In 2013 a training session on services for people with disabilities was provided to the Egyptian Autism Society in Cairo.Read More
organized the first winter camp for people with disabilities
organized the first summer camp for people with disabilities
opened the first class room for children with disabilities in the public school .
organized the first fundraising walk to support services for people with disabilities and increase awareness
facilitated fundraising to build a community service center for people with disabilities in Talbyah ( in Jordan)
met with officials at the US Department of State in Washington D.C and was granted funds to build a community center in Baq'a Camp in Jordan.
supervised the building and completion of Baq'a Camp community center for people with disabilities.
Mission Statement (What You Do): A one-sentence statement describing the reason
an organization or program exists and used to help guide decisions about priorities, actions, and
Many nonprofit mission statements succumb to an over use of words in general, but especially jargon. Good mission statements should be clear, memorable, concise. Some might also add "inspiring" do the list of descriptors. I don't altogether disagree, but I find that including this as an upfront criteria often ends up with a frankenstein that is part mission, part vision statement (desired end-state), and almost always too long.
Rami Network's mission is to help people with disabilities worldwide live a better life by providing expert advise to agencies and governments who serve them.
Mr.Abu Hashish coordinated and, along with other specialists, conducted service assessments for institutions serving people with disabilities in Jarash, Zarqa and Karak as well as for day centers in Amman, Zarka, Qatrana and Karak. Based on the conducted assessment, recommendations were submitted to Jordanian Government to improve the quality of services countrywide. Mr. Abu Hashish also evaluated services and diagnostic procedures at the Hiteen Assessment Center.
In collaboration with Onaizah Society for Development and Humanitarian Services Mr. Abu Hashish headed a group of US experts on an assessment visit to several government and local agencies serving people with disabilities and provided recommendations for improvement.
Mr. Abu Hashish led a team of US experts to conduct an assessment at t he Al Ain Center for Care and Rehabilitation and provided recommendations for improvement.
In December 2012 Mr. Abu Hashish visited Maria's World Foundation, an innovative agency serving people with disabilities, and assessed the services provided at the agency as well as one government institution and two day services centers. During this assessment visit Mr. Abu Hashish gave an interview to Bulgarian Television and Radio.