Published: 2017-08-20 23:07
Last Updated: 2017-09-07 19:46
Queen Rania visited the King Hussein Medical Center, where she viewed interactive educational and entertainment segments as part of a project presented by the Children's Museum in the Queen Rania Hospital for Children.
The project, titled “Outside of the Museum’s Walls”, was launched by the Children’s Museum in April to provide educational shows and presentations to the children of hospitals and refugee camps.
The Queen visited the rooms of the children where Rednose International clowns performed to entertain children.
She reviewed the hospital’s school, where “My Chance to Learn,” a program launched last year to enable cancer patients between the first and sixth grades who suspended their studies for treatment to learn in classrooms inside the hospital, in association with the Ministry of Education.
The Children’s Museum is a non-profit organization launched by Queen Rania in 2007, providing more than 150 interactive exhibitions, a library, an art studio, and an inventions laboratory.
The museum has received more than 2 million visitors since its opening.
Disclaimer: This article is an edited translation from the Arabic Edition