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Crown Prince meets young volunteers in Karak

HRH stresses importance of promoting community service culture

By JT - May 22,2019 - Last updated at May 22,2019

HRH Crown Prince Hussein meets with a group of young volunteers at Karak Castle on Tuesday (Photo courtesy of Royal Court)

AMMAN — HRH Crown Prince Hussein on Tuesday at Karak Castle met with a group of young volunteers who are active in community service and charity work.

The Crown Prince stressed the importance of supporting voluntary youth initiatives and promoting a culture of volunteerism and community service, commending the young volunteers’ efforts to serve local communities, according to a Royal Court statement.

Crown Prince Hussein, who joined the volunteers for Iftar, was briefed by Arabcom voluntary group founder Layth Majali on its activities, which are aimed at sustainable development and instilling a culture of social solidarity and cooperation.

The voluntary group includes 300 members and over 1,000 volunteers, and it seeks to engage young people and harness their energies through volunteerism for community service programmes, according to Majali.

The Crown Prince and the volunteers also performed Maghreb prayer, the statement said.

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