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Royal Jordanian honours 100 women On Mother’s Day

Posted 26 March 2018 · Add Comment

RJ celebrated on Mother’s Day 100 Jordanian mothers in cooperation with Haya Cultural Center. This gesture comes in appreciation of the great role they play in serving their families and the local communities.

 

RJ and Haya Cultural Center staff and the mothers participated in various activities held on the occasion; gifts were distributed to the women from different charity societies.

RJ President/CEO Stefan Pichler said: “RJ is the national carrier of Jordan, and it is our duty to take part in these social events, by positively interacting with the local community in such activities that bring joy and happiness to the people, which is what we aim for. RJ organizes many charity events each year, as part of its social responsibility towards the local community, targeting the less fortunate in Amman and other cities in Jordan.”

Haya Cultural Centre General Manager Diala Khamra said: “We are very happy to celebrate this occasion with mothers; this is one way we thank them for all what they do. We also thank RJ for its continuous support for this event that brings happiness to the mothers and their children.”

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