Queen Rania is the wife King of Jordan, Abdullah II. She uses her position as queen to advocate for the rights of women and children from education to technology.
Queen Rania married King Abdullah in 1993. They have four children, consisting of two boys and two girls.
As queen, she did not stand idly by and sat quietly in the seat of power. He often appears at local and international events. Rania is often reported to have gone to remote villages without notice.
Rania is also committed to giving a new breath in the education sector, empowering women and communities and improving child protection services, according to a report on the Queen Rania’s official website.
His love for the social world, made Rania founded various charities.
Rania also encourages innovation, communication, technology and community entrepreneurship, especially among young people.
In the field of communications he launched a video blog in an effort to deconstruct stereotypes about Arab citizens and promote dialogue with the West.
Apart from being a wife and mother, Rania works hard to improve the standard of living of Jordanians by creating opportunities for the progress of the population.
Rania Al Yassin is of Palestinian descent, she was born on August 31, 1970 to Ikarm and Nablus in Kuwait.
He also grew up in Kuwait. After completing primary and secondary education, Rania continued her education at the American University of Cairo in 1991 majoring in Business Administration.
Early in his career, he worked in banking and information technology.
Rania met Abdullah II in 1993, then still a prince at a dinner. The two married on June 10, 1993.