Amann, Jordan.
Tkiyet Um Ali (TUA) was founded in 2003 by Her Royal Highness Princess Haya Bint Al-Hussein to represent the first initiative of its kind in the Arab World that seeks to eradicate hunger. TUA is also considered the first non-governmental organization to provide sustainable food support through distributing food parcels and serving hot meals in addition to providing humanitarian food aid to Jordan’s underprivileged. Originally conceptualized by Her Late Majesty Queen Alia more than 39 years ago, TUA is inspired by the Islamic concept of providing food for the underprivileged and assuming social responsibility for them.

Amann, Jordan.
Tkiyet Um Ali (TUA) was founded in 2003 by Her Royal Highness Princess Haya Bint Al-Hussein to represent the first initiative of its kind in the Arab World that seeks to eradicate hunger. TUA is also considered the first non-governmental organization to provide sustainable food support through distributing food parcels and serving hot meals in addition to providing humanitarian food aid to Jordan’s underprivileged. Originally conceptualized by Her Late Majesty Queen Alia more than 39 years ago, TUA is inspired by the Islamic concept of providing food for the underprivileged and assuming social responsibility for them.

Amann, Jordan.
Tkiyet Um Ali (TUA) was founded in 2003 by Her Royal Highness Princess Haya Bint Al-Hussein to represent the first initiative of its kind in the Arab World that seeks to eradicate hunger. TUA is also considered the first non-governmental organization to provide sustainable food support through distributing food parcels and serving hot meals in addition to providing humanitarian food aid to Jordan’s underprivileged. Originally conceptualized by Her Late Majesty Queen Alia more than 39 years ago, TUA is inspired by the Islamic concept of providing food for the underprivileged and assuming social responsibility for them.

Amann, Jordan.
Tkiyet Um Ali (TUA) was founded in 2003 by Her Royal Highness Princess Haya Bint Al-Hussein to represent the first initiative of its kind in the Arab World that seeks to eradicate hunger. TUA is also considered the first non-governmental organization to provide sustainable food support through distributing food parcels and serving hot meals in addition to providing humanitarian food aid to Jordan’s underprivileged. Originally conceptualized by Her Late Majesty Queen Alia more than 39 years ago, TUA is inspired by the Islamic concept of providing food for the underprivileged and assuming social responsibility for them.

Amann, Jordan.
Tkiyet Um Ali (TUA) was founded in 2003 by Her Royal Highness Princess Haya Bint Al-Hussein to represent the first initiative of its kind in the Arab World that seeks to eradicate hunger. TUA is also considered the first non-governmental organization to provide sustainable food support through distributing food parcels and serving hot meals in addition to providing humanitarian food aid to Jordan’s underprivileged. Originally conceptualized by Her Late Majesty Queen Alia more than 39 years ago, TUA is inspired by the Islamic concept of providing food for the underprivileged and assuming social responsibility for them.

Amann, Jordan.
Tkiyet Um Ali (TUA) was founded in 2003 by Her Royal Highness Princess Haya Bint Al-Hussein to represent the first initiative of its kind in the Arab World that seeks to eradicate hunger. TUA is also considered the first non-governmental organization to provide sustainable food support through distributing food parcels and serving hot meals in addition to providing humanitarian food aid to Jordan’s underprivileged. Originally conceptualized by Her Late Majesty Queen Alia more than 39 years ago, TUA is inspired by the Islamic concept of providing food for the underprivileged and assuming social responsibility for them.

Amann, Jordan.
Tkiyet Um Ali (TUA) was founded in 2003 by Her Royal Highness Princess Haya Bint Al-Hussein to represent the first initiative of its kind in the Arab World that seeks to eradicate hunger. TUA is also considered the first non-governmental organization to provide sustainable food support through distributing food parcels and serving hot meals in addition to providing humanitarian food aid to Jordan’s underprivileged. Originally conceptualized by Her Late Majesty Queen Alia more than 39 years ago, TUA is inspired by the Islamic concept of providing food for the underprivileged and assuming social responsibility for them.

Amann, Jordan.
Tkiyet Um Ali (TUA) was founded in 2003 by Her Royal Highness Princess Haya Bint Al-Hussein to represent the first initiative of its kind in the Arab World that seeks to eradicate hunger. TUA is also considered the first non-governmental organization to provide sustainable food support through distributing food parcels and serving hot meals in addition to providing humanitarian food aid to Jordan’s underprivileged. Originally conceptualized by Her Late Majesty Queen Alia more than 39 years ago, TUA is inspired by the Islamic concept of providing food for the underprivileged and assuming social responsibility for them.

Amann, Jordan.
Tkiyet Um Ali (TUA) was founded in 2003 by Her Royal Highness Princess Haya Bint Al-Hussein to represent the first initiative of its kind in the Arab World that seeks to eradicate hunger. TUA is also considered the first non-governmental organization to provide sustainable food support through distributing food parcels and serving hot meals in addition to providing humanitarian food aid to Jordan’s underprivileged. Originally conceptualized by Her Late Majesty Queen Alia more than 39 years ago, TUA is inspired by the Islamic concept of providing food for the underprivileged and assuming social responsibility for them.

Amann, Jordan.
Tkiyet Um Ali (TUA) was founded in 2003 by Her Royal Highness Princess Haya Bint Al-Hussein to represent the first initiative of its kind in the Arab World that seeks to eradicate hunger. TUA is also considered the first non-governmental organization to provide sustainable food support through distributing food parcels and serving hot meals in addition to providing humanitarian food aid to Jordan’s underprivileged. Originally conceptualized by Her Late Majesty Queen Alia more than 39 years ago, TUA is inspired by the Islamic concept of providing food for the underprivileged and assuming social responsibility for them.

A old man and his wife receiving food parcels from TUA. For this couple without children, having no family and income the only way to be able to eat is to receive the help of this NGO.
A food parcel will be delivered to an endorsed family according to the value of the parcel which in return depends on the number of family members. The food Parcel contains 22 food commodities enough to prepare three meals to the family throughout the month. Currently 30,000 families receive food parcels on monthly basis.
Tkiyet Um Ali (TUA) was founded in 2003 by Her Royal Highness Princess Haya Bint Al-Hussein to represent the first non-governmental organization that seeks to eradicate hunger by providing sustainable food aid through distributing food parcels and serving hot meals at its premises to Jordan’s most unprivileged. Originally conceptualized by Her Late Majesty Queen Alia more than 40 years ago, TUA is inspired by the Islamic concept of providing food for the underprivileged and assuming social responsibility for them. Through this project, Her Royal Highness Princess Haya Bint Al-Hussein continues her mother’s short lived, yet rich legacy.

A old man and his wife receiving food parcels from TUA. For this couple without children, having no family and income the only way to be able to eat is to receive the help of this NGO.
A food parcel will be delivered to an endorsed family according to the value of the parcel which in return depends on the number of family members. The food Parcel contains 22 food commodities enough to prepare three meals to the family throughout the month. Currently 30,000 families receive food parcels on monthly basis.
Tkiyet Um Ali (TUA) was founded in 2003 by Her Royal Highness Princess Haya Bint Al-Hussein to represent the first non-governmental organization that seeks to eradicate hunger by providing sustainable food aid through distributing food parcels and serving hot meals at its premises to Jordan’s most unprivileged. Originally conceptualized by Her Late Majesty Queen Alia more than 40 years ago, TUA is inspired by the Islamic concept of providing food for the underprivileged and assuming social responsibility for them. Through this project, Her Royal Highness Princess Haya Bint Al-Hussein continues her mother’s short lived, yet rich legacy.

A old man and his wife receiving food parcels from TUA. For this couple without children, having no family and income the only way to be able to eat is to receive the help of this NGO.
A food parcel will be delivered to an endorsed family according to the value of the parcel which in return depends on the number of family members. The food Parcel contains 22 food commodities enough to prepare three meals to the family throughout the month. Currently 30,000 families receive food parcels on monthly basis.
Tkiyet Um Ali (TUA) was founded in 2003 by Her Royal Highness Princess Haya Bint Al-Hussein to represent the first non-governmental organization that seeks to eradicate hunger by providing sustainable food aid through distributing food parcels and serving hot meals at its premises to JordanÕs most unprivileged. Originally conceptualized by Her Late Majesty Queen Alia more than 40 years ago, TUA is inspired by the Islamic concept of providing food for the underprivileged and assuming social responsibility for them. Through this project, Her Royal Highness Princess Haya Bint Al-Hussein continues her motherÕs short lived, yet rich legacy.

A old man and his wife receiving food parcels from TUA. For this couple without children, having no family and income the only way to be able to eat is to receive the help of this NGO.
A food parcel will be delivered to an endorsed family according to the value of the parcel which in return depends on the number of family members. The food Parcel contains 22 food commodities enough to prepare three meals to the family throughout the month. Currently 30,000 families receive food parcels on monthly basis.
Tkiyet Um Ali (TUA) was founded in 2003 by Her Royal Highness Princess Haya Bint Al-Hussein to represent the first non-governmental organization that seeks to eradicate hunger by providing sustainable food aid through distributing food parcels and serving hot meals at its premises to JordanÕs most unprivileged. Originally conceptualized by Her Late Majesty Queen Alia more than 40 years ago, TUA is inspired by the Islamic concept of providing food for the underprivileged and assuming social responsibility for them. Through this project, Her Royal Highness Princess Haya Bint Al-Hussein continues her motherÕs short lived, yet rich legacy.

A old man and his wife receiving food parcels from TUA. For this couple without children, having no family and income the only way to be able to eat is to receive the help of this NGO.
A food parcel will be delivered to an endorsed family according to the value of the parcel which in return depends on the number of family members. The food Parcel contains 22 food commodities enough to prepare three meals to the family throughout the month. Currently 30,000 families receive food parcels on monthly basis.
Tkiyet Um Ali (TUA) was founded in 2003 by Her Royal Highness Princess Haya Bint Al-Hussein to represent the first non-governmental organization that seeks to eradicate hunger by providing sustainable food aid through distributing food parcels and serving hot meals at its premises to Jordan’s most unprivileged. Originally conceptualized by Her Late Majesty Queen Alia more than 40 years ago, TUA is inspired by the Islamic concept of providing food for the underprivileged and assuming social responsibility for them. Through this project, Her Royal Highness Princess Haya Bint Al-Hussein continues her mother’s short lived, yet rich legacy.

A old man and his wife receiving food parcels from TUA. For this couple without children, having no family and income the only way to be able to eat is to receive the help of this NGO.
A food parcel will be delivered to an endorsed family according to the value of the parcel which in return depends on the number of family members. The food Parcel contains 22 food commodities enough to prepare three meals to the family throughout the month. Currently 30,000 families receive food parcels on monthly basis.
Tkiyet Um Ali (TUA) was founded in 2003 by Her Royal Highness Princess Haya Bint Al-Hussein to represent the first non-governmental organization that seeks to eradicate hunger by providing sustainable food aid through distributing food parcels and serving hot meals at its premises to Jordan’s most unprivileged. Originally conceptualized by Her Late Majesty Queen Alia more than 40 years ago, TUA is inspired by the Islamic concept of providing food for the underprivileged and assuming social responsibility for them. Through this project, Her Royal Highness Princess Haya Bint Al-Hussein continues her mother’s short lived, yet rich legacy.

A old man and his wife receiving food parcels from TUA. For this couple without children, having no family and income the only way to be able to eat is to receive the help of this NGO.
A food parcel will be delivered to an endorsed family according to the value of the parcel which in return depends on the number of family members. The food Parcel contains 22 food commodities enough to prepare three meals to the family throughout the month. Currently 30,000 families receive food parcels on monthly basis.
Tkiyet Um Ali (TUA) was founded in 2003 by Her Royal Highness Princess Haya Bint Al-Hussein to represent the first non-governmental organization that seeks to eradicate hunger by providing sustainable food aid through distributing food parcels and serving hot meals at its premises to JordanÕs most unprivileged. Originally conceptualized by Her Late Majesty Queen Alia more than 40 years ago, TUA is inspired by the Islamic concept of providing food for the underprivileged and assuming social responsibility for them. Through this project, Her Royal Highness Princess Haya Bint Al-Hussein continues her motherÕs short lived, yet rich legacy.

A old man and his wife receiving food parcels from TUA. For this couple without children, having no family and income the only way to be able to eat is to receive the help of this NGO.
A food parcel will be delivered to an endorsed family according to the value of the parcel which in return depends on the number of family members. The food Parcel contains 22 food commodities enough to prepare three meals to the family throughout the month. Currently 30,000 families receive food parcels on monthly basis.
Tkiyet Um Ali (TUA) was founded in 2003 by Her Royal Highness Princess Haya Bint Al-Hussein to represent the first non-governmental organization that seeks to eradicate hunger by providing sustainable food aid through distributing food parcels and serving hot meals at its premises to JordanÕs most unprivileged. Originally conceptualized by Her Late Majesty Queen Alia more than 40 years ago, TUA is inspired by the Islamic concept of providing food for the underprivileged and assuming social responsibility for them. Through this project, Her Royal Highness Princess Haya Bint Al-Hussein continues her motherÕs short lived, yet rich legacy.

Woman receiving is food parcel from the NGO TUA.
A food parcel will be delivered to an endorsed family according to the value of the parcel which in return depends on the number of family members. The food Parcel contains 22 food commodities enough to prepare three meals to the family throughout the month. Currently 30,000 families receive food parcels on monthly basis.
Tkiyet Um Ali (TUA) was founded in 2003 by Her Royal Highness Princess Haya Bint Al-Hussein to represent the first non-governmental organization that seeks to eradicate hunger by providing sustainable food aid through distributing food parcels and serving hot meals at its premises to Jordan’s most unprivileged. Originally conceptualized by Her Late Majesty Queen Alia more than 40 years ago, TUA is inspired by the Islamic concept of providing food for the underprivileged and assuming social responsibility for them. Through this project, Her Royal Highness Princess Haya Bint Al-Hussein continues her mother’s short lived, yet rich legacy.

Woman receiving is food parcel from the NGO TUA.
A food parcel will be delivered to an endorsed family according to the value of the parcel which in return depends on the number of family members. The food Parcel contains 22 food commodities enough to prepare three meals to the family throughout the month. Currently 30,000 families receive food parcels on monthly basis.
Tkiyet Um Ali (TUA) was founded in 2003 by Her Royal Highness Princess Haya Bint Al-Hussein to represent the first non-governmental organization that seeks to eradicate hunger by providing sustainable food aid through distributing food parcels and serving hot meals at its premises to Jordan’s most unprivileged. Originally conceptualized by Her Late Majesty Queen Alia more than 40 years ago, TUA is inspired by the Islamic concept of providing food for the underprivileged and assuming social responsibility for them. Through this project, Her Royal Highness Princess Haya Bint Al-Hussein continues her mother’s short lived, yet rich legacy.

Benificiaries receiving their food parcel from the NGO TUA.
A food parcel will be delivered to an endorsed family according to the value of the parcel which in return depends on the number of family members. The food Parcel contains 22 food commodities enough to prepare three meals to the family throughout the month. Currently 30,000 families receive food parcels on monthly basis.
Tkiyet Um Ali (TUA) was founded in 2003 by Her Royal Highness Princess Haya Bint Al-Hussein to represent the first non-governmental organization that seeks to eradicate hunger by providing sustainable food aid through distributing food parcels and serving hot meals at its premises to JordanÕs most unprivileged. Originally conceptualized by Her Late Majesty Queen Alia more than 40 years ago, TUA is inspired by the Islamic concept of providing food for the underprivileged and assuming social responsibility for them. Through this project, Her Royal Highness Princess Haya Bint Al-Hussein continues her motherÕs short lived, yet rich legacy.

Benificiaries receiving their food parcel from the NGO TUA.
A food parcel will be delivered to an endorsed family according to the value of the parcel which in return depends on the number of family members. The food Parcel contains 22 food commodities enough to prepare three meals to the family throughout the month. Currently 30,000 families receive food parcels on monthly basis.
Tkiyet Um Ali (TUA) was founded in 2003 by Her Royal Highness Princess Haya Bint Al-Hussein to represent the first non-governmental organization that seeks to eradicate hunger by providing sustainable food aid through distributing food parcels and serving hot meals at its premises to JordanÕs most unprivileged. Originally conceptualized by Her Late Majesty Queen Alia more than 40 years ago, TUA is inspired by the Islamic concept of providing food for the underprivileged and assuming social responsibility for them. Through this project, Her Royal Highness Princess Haya Bint Al-Hussein continues her motherÕs short lived, yet rich legacy.

Benificiaries receiving their food parcel from the NGO TUA.
A food parcel will be delivered to an endorsed family according to the value of the parcel which in return depends on the number of family members. The food Parcel contains 22 food commodities enough to prepare three meals to the family throughout the month. Currently 30,000 families receive food parcels on monthly basis.
Tkiyet Um Ali (TUA) was founded in 2003 by Her Royal Highness Princess Haya Bint Al-Hussein to represent the first non-governmental organization that seeks to eradicate hunger by providing sustainable food aid through distributing food parcels and serving hot meals at its premises to Jordan’s most unprivileged. Originally conceptualized by Her Late Majesty Queen Alia more than 40 years ago, TUA is inspired by the Islamic concept of providing food for the underprivileged and assuming social responsibility for them. Through this project, Her Royal Highness Princess Haya Bint Al-Hussein continues her mother’s short lived, yet rich legacy.

Benificiaries receiving their food parcel from the NGO TUA.
A food parcel will be delivered to an endorsed family according to the value of the parcel which in return depends on the number of family members. The food Parcel contains 22 food commodities enough to prepare three meals to the family throughout the month. Currently 30,000 families receive food parcels on monthly basis.
Tkiyet Um Ali (TUA) was founded in 2003 by Her Royal Highness Princess Haya Bint Al-Hussein to represent the first non-governmental organization that seeks to eradicate hunger by providing sustainable food aid through distributing food parcels and serving hot meals at its premises to Jordan’s most unprivileged. Originally conceptualized by Her Late Majesty Queen Alia more than 40 years ago, TUA is inspired by the Islamic concept of providing food for the underprivileged and assuming social responsibility for them. Through this project, Her Royal Highness Princess Haya Bint Al-Hussein continues her mother’s short lived, yet rich legacy.

Social workers bring a food package to benificiaries of TUA.
A food parcel will be delivered to an endorsed family according to the value of the parcel which in return depends on the number of family members. The food Parcel contains 22 food commodities enough to prepare three meals to the family throughout the month. Currently 30,000 families receive food parcels on monthly basis.
Tkiyet Um Ali (TUA) was founded in 2003 by Her Royal Highness Princess Haya Bint Al-Hussein to represent the first non-governmental organization that seeks to eradicate hunger by providing sustainable food aid through distributing food parcels and serving hot meals at its premises to Jordan’s most unprivileged. Originally conceptualized by Her Late Majesty Queen Alia more than 40 years ago, TUA is inspired by the Islamic concept of providing food for the underprivileged and assuming social responsibility for them. Through this project, Her Royal Highness Princess Haya Bint Al-Hussein continues her mother’s short lived, yet rich legacy.

Social workers bring a food package to benificiaries of TUA.
A food parcel will be delivered to an endorsed family according to the value of the parcel which in return depends on the number of family members. The food Parcel contains 22 food commodities enough to prepare three meals to the family throughout the month. Currently 30,000 families receive food parcels on monthly basis.
Tkiyet Um Ali (TUA) was founded in 2003 by Her Royal Highness Princess Haya Bint Al-Hussein to represent the first non-governmental organization that seeks to eradicate hunger by providing sustainable food aid through distributing food parcels and serving hot meals at its premises to Jordan’s most unprivileged. Originally conceptualized by Her Late Majesty Queen Alia more than 40 years ago, TUA is inspired by the Islamic concept of providing food for the underprivileged and assuming social responsibility for them. Through this project, Her Royal Highness Princess Haya Bint Al-Hussein continues her mother’s short lived, yet rich legacy.

Amann, Jordan.
Tkiyet Um Ali (TUA) was founded in 2003 by Her Royal Highness Princess Haya Bint Al-Hussein to represent the first initiative of its kind in the Arab World that seeks to eradicate hunger. TUA is also considered the first non-governmental organization to provide sustainable food support through distributing food parcels and serving hot meals in addition to providing humanitarian food aid to Jordan’s underprivileged. Originally conceptualized by Her Late Majesty Queen Alia more than 39 years ago, TUA is inspired by the Islamic concept of providing food for the underprivileged and assuming social responsibility for them.

Amann, Jordan.
Tkiyet Um Ali (TUA) was founded in 2003 by Her Royal Highness Princess Haya Bint Al-Hussein to represent the first initiative of its kind in the Arab World that seeks to eradicate hunger. TUA is also considered the first non-governmental organization to provide sustainable food support through distributing food parcels and serving hot meals in addition to providing humanitarian food aid to Jordan’s underprivileged. Originally conceptualized by Her Late Majesty Queen Alia more than 39 years ago, TUA is inspired by the Islamic concept of providing food for the underprivileged and assuming social responsibility for them.

Amann, Jordan.
Tkiyet Um Ali (TUA) was founded in 2003 by Her Royal Highness Princess Haya Bint Al-Hussein to represent the first initiative of its kind in the Arab World that seeks to eradicate hunger. TUA is also considered the first non-governmental organization to provide sustainable food support through distributing food parcels and serving hot meals in addition to providing humanitarian food aid to Jordan’s underprivileged. Originally conceptualized by Her Late Majesty Queen Alia more than 39 years ago, TUA is inspired by the Islamic concept of providing food for the underprivileged and assuming social responsibility for them.

Amann, Jordan.
Tkiyet Um Ali (TUA) was founded in 2003 by Her Royal Highness Princess Haya Bint Al-Hussein to represent the first initiative of its kind in the Arab World that seeks to eradicate hunger. TUA is also considered the first non-governmental organization to provide sustainable food support through distributing food parcels and serving hot meals in addition to providing humanitarian food aid to Jordan’s underprivileged. Originally conceptualized by Her Late Majesty Queen Alia more than 39 years ago, TUA is inspired by the Islamic concept of providing food for the underprivileged and assuming social responsibility for them.

Amann, Jordan.
Tkiyet Um Ali (TUA) was founded in 2003 by Her Royal Highness Princess Haya Bint Al-Hussein to represent the first initiative of its kind in the Arab World that seeks to eradicate hunger. TUA is also considered the first non-governmental organization to provide sustainable food support through distributing food parcels and serving hot meals in addition to providing humanitarian food aid to Jordan’s underprivileged. Originally conceptualized by Her Late Majesty Queen Alia more than 39 years ago, TUA is inspired by the Islamic concept of providing food for the underprivileged and assuming social responsibility for them.

Amann, Jordan.
Tkiyet Um Ali (TUA) was founded in 2003 by Her Royal Highness Princess Haya Bint Al-Hussein to represent the first initiative of its kind in the Arab World that seeks to eradicate hunger. TUA is also considered the first non-governmental organization to provide sustainable food support through distributing food parcels and serving hot meals in addition to providing humanitarian food aid to Jordan’s underprivileged. Originally conceptualized by Her Late Majesty Queen Alia more than 39 years ago, TUA is inspired by the Islamic concept of providing food for the underprivileged and assuming social responsibility for them.

Amann, Jordan.
Tkiyet Um Ali (TUA) was founded in 2003 by Her Royal Highness Princess Haya Bint Al-Hussein to represent the first initiative of its kind in the Arab World that seeks to eradicate hunger. TUA is also considered the first non-governmental organization to provide sustainable food support through distributing food parcels and serving hot meals in addition to providing humanitarian food aid to Jordan’s underprivileged. Originally conceptualized by Her Late Majesty Queen Alia more than 39 years ago, TUA is inspired by the Islamic concept of providing food for the underprivileged and assuming social responsibility for them.

Amann, Jordan.
Tkiyet Um Ali (TUA) was founded in 2003 by Her Royal Highness Princess Haya Bint Al-Hussein to represent the first initiative of its kind in the Arab World that seeks to eradicate hunger. TUA is also considered the first non-governmental organization to provide sustainable food support through distributing food parcels and serving hot meals in addition to providing humanitarian food aid to Jordan’s underprivileged. Originally conceptualized by Her Late Majesty Queen Alia more than 39 years ago, TUA is inspired by the Islamic concept of providing food for the underprivileged and assuming social responsibility for them.

Amann, Jordan.
Tkiyet Um Ali (TUA) was founded in 2003 by Her Royal Highness Princess Haya Bint Al-Hussein to represent the first initiative of its kind in the Arab World that seeks to eradicate hunger. TUA is also considered the first non-governmental organization to provide sustainable food support through distributing food parcels and serving hot meals in addition to providing humanitarian food aid to Jordan’s underprivileged. Originally conceptualized by Her Late Majesty Queen Alia more than 39 years ago, TUA is inspired by the Islamic concept of providing food for the underprivileged and assuming social responsibility for them.

Amann, Jordan.
Tkiyet Um Ali (TUA) was founded in 2003 by Her Royal Highness Princess Haya Bint Al-Hussein to represent the first initiative of its kind in the Arab World that seeks to eradicate hunger. TUA is also considered the first non-governmental organization to provide sustainable food support through distributing food parcels and serving hot meals in addition to providing humanitarian food aid to Jordan’s underprivileged. Originally conceptualized by Her Late Majesty Queen Alia more than 39 years ago, TUA is inspired by the Islamic concept of providing food for the underprivileged and assuming social responsibility for them.

Amann, Jordan.
Tkiyet Um Ali (TUA) was founded in 2003 by Her Royal Highness Princess Haya Bint Al-Hussein to represent the first initiative of its kind in the Arab World that seeks to eradicate hunger. TUA is also considered the first non-governmental organization to provide sustainable food support through distributing food parcels and serving hot meals in addition to providing humanitarian food aid to Jordan’s underprivileged. Originally conceptualized by Her Late Majesty Queen Alia more than 39 years ago, TUA is inspired by the Islamic concept of providing food for the underprivileged and assuming social responsibility for them.

Amann, Jordan.
Tkiyet Um Ali (TUA) was founded in 2003 by Her Royal Highness Princess Haya Bint Al-Hussein to represent the first initiative of its kind in the Arab World that seeks to eradicate hunger. TUA is also considered the first non-governmental organization to provide sustainable food support through distributing food parcels and serving hot meals in addition to providing humanitarian food aid to Jordan’s underprivileged. Originally conceptualized by Her Late Majesty Queen Alia more than 39 years ago, TUA is inspired by the Islamic concept of providing food for the underprivileged and assuming social responsibility for them.

Amann, Jordan.
Tkiyet Um Ali (TUA) was founded in 2003 by Her Royal Highness Princess Haya Bint Al-Hussein to represent the first initiative of its kind in the Arab World that seeks to eradicate hunger. TUA is also considered the first non-governmental organization to provide sustainable food support through distributing food parcels and serving hot meals in addition to providing humanitarian food aid to Jordan’s underprivileged. Originally conceptualized by Her Late Majesty Queen Alia more than 39 years ago, TUA is inspired by the Islamic concept of providing food for the underprivileged and assuming social responsibility for them.

Amann, Jordan.
Tkiyet Um Ali (TUA) was founded in 2003 by Her Royal Highness Princess Haya Bint Al-Hussein to represent the first initiative of its kind in the Arab World that seeks to eradicate hunger. TUA is also considered the first non-governmental organization to provide sustainable food support through distributing food parcels and serving hot meals in addition to providing humanitarian food aid to Jordan’s underprivileged. Originally conceptualized by Her Late Majesty Queen Alia more than 39 years ago, TUA is inspired by the Islamic concept of providing food for the underprivileged and assuming social responsibility for them.