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Crown Prince attends launch of Al Hussein Bin Abdullah II Award for Voluntary Service, Jordanian Volunteerism Charter

By JT - Dec 06,2021 - Last updated at Dec 06,2021

HRH Crown Prince Hussein attends the launch of Al Hussein Bin Abdullah II Award for Voluntary Service and the Jordanian Volunteerism Charter, at a ceremony organised by the Ministry of Youth on the occasion of International Volunteer Day on Sunday (Photo courtesy of Royal Court)

AMMAN — HRH Crown Prince Hussein on Sunday attended the launch of Al Hussein Bin Abdullah II Award for Voluntary Service and the Jordanian Volunteerism Charter at a ceremony organised by the Ministry of Youth at Al Hussein Youth City.

The ceremony — held in partnership with the Crown Prince Foundation (CPF), the national volunteerism platform “Nahno”, and UNICEF on the occasion of International Volunteer Day — saw the participation of a number of volunteerism advocates, as well as representatives of local and international organisations active in the youth sector and volunteerism, according to a Royal Court statement.

According to Minister of Youth Mohammad Salameh Al Nabulsi, the Award and Charter will promote a culture of volunteerism, stimulate entrepreneurship, innovation, and excellence, and consolidate the efforts of volunteers around the Kingdom to advance this field.

Nabulsi lauded the efforts of Crown Prince Hussein in bolstering the role of youth and promoting their engagement in all aspects of public life. 

A number of ministers and senators, UNICEF Representative in Jordan Tanya Chapuisat, CPF CEO Tamam Mango, and Crown Prince Office Director Mustafa Khalifeh attended the ceremony.

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