Jordan's Queen Rania visits Tabaqat Fahel in Northern Ghor

Queen Rania of Jordan visited Pella (also known as Tabaqet Fahel) north of Amman, in Northern Ghor to highlight several success stories of small businesses run by women
Queen Rania of Jordan visited Pella north of Amman, in Northern Ghor
Queen Rania of Jordan visited Pella north of Amman, in Northern Ghor
The Queen held a meeting with several women from the at the Pella rest house. In the meeting, several beneficiaries shared with Queen Rania the impact their projects have had on their socio-economic and living conditions, and they expressed their gratitude for the opportunities they have been given.
Queen Rania of Jordan visited Pella north of Amman, in Northern Ghor
Through these projects the women were able to strengthen their self-confidence and provide new sources of income, ensuring better education opportunities for their children as well as helping their husbands with home expenses, the statement said.
Queen Rania of Jordan visited Pella north of Amman, in Northern Ghor
Pella is located in the northern part of the Jordan Valley with a population estimated at about 48,000 people. The area was one of the cities making up the Roman Decapolis League. One of the key structures uncovered in Pella is the so-called Canaanite Temple, the largest and best preserved structure of its type in the region.

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