Queen Rania met with young social entrepreneurs in Russayfah

Queen Rania visited social initiative Recycling for Education in Russayfah. There, The Queen met with a group of entrepreneurs, community activists, and civil society representatives from across Zarqa. Recycling for Education initiative was launched in 2013 with support from the King Abdullah II Fund for Development (KAFD). The initiative began its activities by recycling leftover bread from local hotels, restaurants, and schools for the purpose of using its proceeds for providing scholarships and financial support for underprivileged students and refugees in Jordan.
The initiative began its activities by recycling leftover bread from local hotels, restaurants, and schools
The initiative began its activities by recycling leftover bread from local hotels, restaurants, and schools
The initiative began its activities by recycling leftover bread from local hotels, restaurants, and schools

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  1. Rania looks lovely as always, and especially in traditional style outfits. What a strong supporter of her country's rich artistic culture and talents.
    However I must say that the hand perched on her shoulder in the first photo looks somewhat awkward. Can't tell whose hand it is. Reminds me of the Addams Family :)
    Anon 9:13

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  2. Always lovely.

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  3. De bien charmantes photos... Toujours ravissante Rania !!!

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  4. The Queen should stop the procedures on her face, otherwise it will look way to artificial. She does not need it, I think. She looks her best in handmade, traditional dresses of her Kingdom. And how beautiful are the faces of the women surrounding her!

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