Ajman-UAE: Ajman University (AU) students, alumni, staff and faculty are to enjoy the diverse services of the Fazaa Program.
The move followed a memorandum of understanding inked by Ajman University and the Social Security Fund for the Employees of Ministry of Interior.
Fazaa is a social initiative aimed to develop social interdependence and maintain effective bonds of solidarity within the UAE community.
As per the agreement, Fazaa Program is to provide quality services to AU students, alumni, staff and faculty who meet the membership terms and conditions.
Both AU Chancellor Dr. Karim Al Saghir and Lt. Col. Salem Rashid Al Niyadi, Deputy Director General of the Social Solidarity Fund and Representative of the Director General of the Fund signed the agreement.
AU Chancellor, Dr Karim Seghir, said that Ajman University is so keen on building and developing strategic relationships with all entities nationwide.
“These partnerships, mainly this Fazaa Card, are meant to add more value to the quality services being provided to AU students, alumni, factulty and staff.”
Lt-Col Salem Rashid Al Niyadi, Deputy Director General of the Fazaa Program, said “this partnership with Ajman University is in line with our support to the higher eduction and whoever concerned with building an educated generation able to pay the debt to their nation.”
Present were Dr. Abdulhaq Al-Nuaimi, Vice Chancellor for Communication and Community Affairs, AU, and Mr. Abdullah El Shazly, Executive Director of the Office of Development and Alumni Affairs, AU.
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