Dec 01, 2015

Education must become our highest priority — Prince Hassan | Jordan Times

AMMAN — HRH Prince Hassan on Monday said that education is the only tool to understand and consequently tackle human, economic, geographical and environmental concerns. Delivering a speech at a UNICEF-organised conference titled “Quality Learning Through Life Skills”, the prince explained that humanitarianism is a basic orientation towards the interests and welfare of people.  

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