Queen Rania Enjoys A Day Surrounded By Children
Jordan’s Queen Rania on Tuesday paid a visit to several new projects of the Queen Rania Family and Child Centre initiative.
The Queen toured projects that allows children from across Jordan to learn new skills – in literacy, social communication, financial knowledge, art, gardening – and provide them with a space where they, along with their parents, can learn ” concepts of child abuse prevention through hands-on activities”.
Among those Queen Rania spoke with were Syrian refugees, who informed the Queen how the centres improved their children’s communication skills.
The QRFCC, established in 2005, is run by the Jordan River Foundation. Over 250,000 people have utilised the QRFCC’s services in the past 12 years.
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At the Queen Rania Family & Child Center today; heartening to see how well children respond to hands-on activities that promote child safety pic.twitter.com/GE1x7n39Uh
— Rania Al Abdullah (@QueenRania) March 28, 2017
Tagged Children, Education, Jordan River Foundation, Patronage, Queen Rania al-Abdullah of Jordan, Refugees.