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The International Federation of Medical Students' Associations - Jordan

IFMSA-Jo is a non-governmental, non-political, and non-religious organisation run by Medical Students in Jordan.

IFMSA-Jo was established in pursue of providing a platform for medical students to harness their skills and unleash their hidden potentials. Driven and led by medical students provided new level of motivation and dedication, and this was reflected by the active participation in community service. 



In 2006, the Jordanian National Member Organization has joined the IFMSA global entity and ever since we, at IFMSA-Jo, have committed ourselves to serving our community through multiple activities, divided in four main global health areas: public health, medical education, human rights and peace and reproductive health. One of the aims of IFMSA-Jordan is to motivate medical students in all medical schools in Jordan to get involved in their communities through active participation in voluntary work, and to provide them with the necessary tools and skills to become successful future doctors and health leaders.

It is guided by the vision of serving our community and reinforcing Jordan’s national health through igniting and uniting the knowledge and potentials of medical students. 
Our mission is to serve the society and medical students in Jordan by empowering our members in using their knowledge and capacities, providing a link between members, medical students associations, and national and international organizations to encourage the cooperation between them for ultimate benefit of the society.


Meet 2018/2019
Team of Officials


 Salameh Al Habashneh
Omar B. Sandouka
Nour Elyan 
Tala Tarawneh
Nour Hayek
Seri M. Maani
Basil Badwan


Asem Al-Btoush
Mohammad Abu-zaid
Hasan Al Tarawneh

Hamza Khashashneh
Hassan Yousef
Husam Tarawneh
Saleh Issa


Ahmed Al Azzam
Nouran Hammad
Faris Haddad

Executive Board

Secretary General
Vice President for External Affairs
Vice President for Members
Vice President for Activities
Vice President for International Affairs


National Exchange Officer for Incomings:
National Exchange Officer for Outgoings:
National Officer on Research Exchange:
National Officer on Human Rights and Peace:
National Officer on Medical Education:
National Officer on Public Health:
National Officer on Reproductive Health:

Support Divisions

Capacity building support division director 
New technology support division director
Communications and public relations support division director

Message from the Team of Officials

Dear IFMSA-Jo members,

With every passing day, we grow. More join, more feel our impact, more are awed by what we do.... by what you do.

With each passing term our members find new and exciting ways to change their communities, and with that growing ambition come more challenges; the world naturally resists change. So while you are out there fighting the tide, you deserve someone who will have your best interests at heart.

As your new Team of Officials, we promise to be those have your back and work for the growth you deserve. Our task will be one safeguarding your ambitions and potential so that we, as IFMSA-Jo, could grow together.

Team of Officials 2018/2019.

Enroll Your Project in an International Program

Dear IFMSAains ,

Dear Projects' leaders, 

Have you heard about IFMSA programs?

The following link is a brief guide that will give you some information about IFMSA programs, why they were established and what you can benefit from enrolling your project in an IFMSA program.


IRIS newspaper


Upcoming Events





The International Federation of Medical Students' Associations

A world in which all medical students unite for global health and are equipped with the knowledge, skills and values to take on health leadership roles locally and globally.

IFMSA unites medical students worldwide to lead initiatives that impact positively the communities we serve. IFMSA represents the opinions and ideas of future health professionals in the field of global health, and works in collaboration with external partners. IFMSA builds capacity through training, project and exchanges opportunities, while embracing cultural diversity so as to shape a sustainable and healthy future.

The Bigger Picture

The International Federation of Medical Students Associations (IFMSA) was founded in 1951 as an organization of the medical students, for the medical students, and by the medical students. For more than 60 years, IFMSA was led and run by medical students worldwide. The Federation has not only been a dynamic platform of opportunities for the future physicians but has also served as their voice at the international level.

IFMSA is the worlds oldest and largest independent organization representing associations of medical students internationally. It currently maintains 127 National Member Organizations from more than 119 countries across six continents with over one million students represented worldwide. IFMSA is recognized as a non-governmental organization within the United Nations system and the World Health Organization and as well, it works with the World Medical Association.

IFMSA was created to impact the world and to empower its members in taking their vision and ideas, and making them a reality. IFMSA has inspired generations of medical students to develop the leadership abilities and skills to take on challenges and to improve the world around them in an early yet crucial period of their career. Engaging in IFMSA encourages both professional and personal collaborations irrespective of geographical, social, cultural, religious, racial, sexual and political differences. As a result, future doctors are becoming more culturally aware and sensitive physicians.

The IFMSA experience shows students that they are not merely passive subjects in a rapidly globalizing world but rather valuable individuals with a potentially powerful role to play in global health. IFMSA hence offers medical students a taste of the real and pressing health issues worldwide, and help them learn that their idealistic goals can be achieved with readily attainable knowledge and commitment.

In IFMSA, the emphasis is placed on students returning to their local environments with new ideas and the skills to implement them. As the doctors of tomorrow and future leaders of health, we feel confident that our students will carry this spirit with them throughout their professional lives so that they positively impact the communities they serve.