Kuwaiti Al-Rahma International Charity inaugurates Thursday a housing complex and mosque to serve overseas students and residents in Naour neighborhood in Amman.
The housing complex is built on an area of 5000 square meters and includes a kindergarten, school, social center and housing apartments that accommodate 220 students. It cost over one million Jordanian dinars. The mosque is built on an area of 770 square meters and accommodates for 800 prayers. It cost over 315,000 Jordanian dinars.
The two Kuwaiti-financed projects were inaugurated in a ceremony attended by several Kuwaiti diplomat, Al-Rahma officials and philanthropists who donated the cost of the projects.