His Royal Highness (HRH) Crown Prince Al Hussein bin Abdullah II, the Regent, paid a surprise visit to young Haqiq Initiative volunteers in Aqaba and joined them in their work to restore a house in Aqaba governorate, on Thursday.
HRH the Crown Prince praised the volunteers for actively contributing to the Kingdom’s prosperity and for seeking to spread the culture of volunteerism around Jordan and promote social solidarity among Jordanians.
During his visit, HRH Crown Prince Al Hussein joined the Haqiq volunteers in their construction work, shared tea with the group, and spoke to several family members of the restored house. HRH the Crown Prince also met with a number of other local families in Aqaba, checking on their living conditions. Additionally, he held a discussion with the “Haqiq” volunteers.
Later on, Instagram, HRH the Crown Prince wrote “I urge my fellow Jordanians to participate in voluntary initiatives throughout #OurJordan,” saying “Volunteering builds character and strengthens our community.”
HRH Crown Prince Al Hussein’s volunteer visit was first announced by the Royal Court which said in a statement that he preferred to spend his 24th birthday participating in the volunteer efforts of the members of his youth initiative.