Princess Moudi bint Khaled bin Adul Aziz Al Saud is the general secretary of the Al Nahdah
philanthropy society for women in Riyadh. She is the daughter of late King Khaled bin Abdul Aziz Al Saud and Sita bint Fahd Al Damir. She got married at age 16 to Prince Abdul Rahman Al Faisal and became the mother of three children (Sarah, Bandar, Saud).
Moudi received her early education at home with her sisters. Then, joined for two years a private elementary school in Jeddah. She studied French at a welfare association before becoming a vital member of the Al Nahdah
She participated with a group of women in helping the poor people of Al Ghobeira in Riyadh. She is the secretary general of the King Khaled foundation and a member of its board of directors.
The Al Nahdah
philanthropic society was founded in 1961. It provides extensive assistance to poor families, with financial help for housing and provision in kind of donations, food, equipment and school supplies. The association has launched a number of pioneer projects such as the provision of housing to underprivileged families, the establishment of Down’s syndrome schools and the development of projects for the employment of women in factories.
Why was Princess Moudi bint Khaled bin Adul Aziz Al Saud chosen to be part of Who’s Who Amongst Arab women?
Princess Moudi bint Khaled bin Adul Aziz Al Saud was chosen because she is an empowering role model to Arab women everywhere. She has made of her life a mission to provide for those in need. She has spent more than 32 years in social welfare work.
“Saudi women are among the strongest women I have ever met. A Saudi woman has a strong personality, she is smart and competent and she has the capability to survive and to find her way”.
By Princess Moudi bint Khaled bin Adul Aziz Al Saud
Source : Book “Saudi women speak” Author : Mona Almunajjed,
Published by The Arab Institute for Research and Publishing – Beirut Lebanon