Bahrain: In support of youth education and economic development in the Kingdom of Bahrain, the National Bank of Bahrain donated BD 5,000/- funding INJAZ Bahrain’s programme. The donations presented by Mr. Abdulaziz Al Ahmed, NBB’s Chief Executive Strategic Accounts, were received by Ms. Hana Sarwani, INJAZ Bahrain’s Executive Director.
Ms. Hana Sarwani, Executive Director of INJAZ Bahrain expressed her gratitude, saying “We would like to thank NBB, for their continuous support and engagement. This contribution would help us deliver our programs to a larger number of Bahraini youth and further empower them to be successful in today's challenging economy. "
On this occasion, Mr. Abdulaziz Al Ahmed said “NBB believes that youth must be empowered to recognise their potential in order to contribute to the national development. The growth of the Kingdom of Bahrain heavily relies on the need to nurture the youth and make them capable in the future. NBB has always believed in the importance of supporting education initiatives as it helps the youth of the Kingdom of Bahrain to become better professionals. We are pleased to support INJAZ Bahrain and wish them all the best and success.
About INJAZ Bahrain:
The purpose of INJAZ Bahrain is to inspire and prepare young Bahrainis to succeed in a global economy. With the support of positive adult role models who volunteer their time, INJAZ Bahrain enables young students understand business, citizenship, economics, entrepreneurship, ethics/character, financial literacy, and work-readiness. INJAZ programs also encourage confidence and motivate young people to achieve their personal, educational, and career goals. These learning experiences establish the foundation upon which today’s students can acquire the skills and aptitudes necessary to succeed in a fast-changing world.
INJAZ Bahrain volunteers are supported by 19 committed community leaders who serve on the board of directors. These professionals provide the organization with valued guidance and support. In addition, INJAZ Bahrain works with a number of local collaborations and affiliations. These relationships ensure that efforts are not duplicated and that available resources are used in the most effective ways possible. Non-profit INJAZ Bahrain began serving the community in 2005. It is supported by funds generously granted by foundations and area businesses. Individuals also contribute to the organization, and they assist with fund-raising activities throughout the year. The organization is part of Junior Achievement Worldwide that has a presence in more than 119 countries around the world.
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