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Issawi inaugurates numerous Royal initiatives projects in Ar-Ruwaished

Mafraq
A number of development projects in Ar-Ruwaished District in Mafraq, were launched to implement Royal initiatives. (Photo: Jordan News Agency, Petra)
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MAFRAQ — Royal Hashemite Court (RHC) Chief Yousef Issawi on Sunday inaugurated a number of development projects in Ar-Ruwaished District in the northern governorate of Mafraq, which come within the framework of Royal initiatives and in implementation of His Majesty King Abdullah's directives, according to Jordan News Agency, Petra. اضافة اعلان

The projects, financed by the United Arab Emirates, included housing units, a mosque, a secondary school, and an intellectual development center.

Their implementation was followed up through the RHC's follow-up department of the implementation of Royal initiatives, in coordination with relevant government institutions and civil society institutions.

In the presence of other ministers, Issawi inaugurated the Manshiyat Al-Ghayath Mixed Secondary School for Girls, Al-Harith bin Yazid Al-Asadi Mosque, and Princess Taghreed Foundation Center in the Al-Safawi area. He also handed over 33 lower-income families keys to their new fully furnished homes.

Through its operational programs and projects, the center contributes to providing job opportunities for women and young women in the local community, by training them to implement income-generating productive projects with the aim of improving their living conditions, according to Petra.

Royal initiatives in the health sector are to improve the level of health and treatment services provided to citizens by providing the necessary medical devices and equipment, to improve the quality of health care.

During the opening and inspection of projects, attended by the Governor of Mafraq, there was full compliance with rules of public safety, given the exceptional circumstances that the Kingdom is going through due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

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