Royal Initiatives: Issawi inaugurates projects in Tafileh, Ma'an

[08-08-2021 01:19 AM]

Ammon News -

Royal Court Chief Yousef Issawi, head of the committee to follow up on the implementation of His Majesty King Adullah's initiatives, Saturday inaugurated a number of projects in the governorates of Tafileh and Ma'an.

In ceremonies attended by Deputy Premier and Minister of Local Administration Tawfiq Krishan, Minister of Public Works and Housing Yahya Al-Kesbi and Social Development Minister Ayman Al-Mufleh, the Royal Court Chief handed over the keys of new homes to ten underprivileged families in Al-Hasa district and a family in Al-Mriga in the Ma'an governorate, and a family in Al-Qadisiyeh area in Tafileh governorate.

Households selected under the initiative, which was launched under a royal directive in 2005 to provide low-income and impoverished families with a decent, stable and safe life in a healthy environment, are the most needy and who meet Ministry of Social Development transparent and fair criteria.

Also in Al-Hasa, Issawi inaugurated a multi-purpose hall, which includes offices and other facilities, to serve as a venue for cultural activities and events, a training center for the local community and an incubator for young local entrepreneurs.

In Ma'an, the Royal Court Chief opened the largest park in the governorate, which was established on an area of 22 dunums as an outlet for families with green areas and children's play spaces.

The Ma'an Model Park, one of dozens that were established or rehabilitated in the various governorates of the Kingdom under the royal directives, includes training facilities for local people and the development of young talents.

Issawi told Petra that the royal initiatives being implemented across the Kingdom seek to meet the economic and social needs of communities within plans and programs in cooperation with concerned government entities and civil society institutions, and according to the highest technical specifications and approved quality standards.

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