2013-09-29 13:10:50 - Standard Chartered Bank, represented by Mr. Ahmad Abu Eideh, Chief Executive Officer, signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with INJAZ, represented by the CEO Deema Bibi
, to support INJAZ in its mission to enhance the educational environment in two public schools by adopting the implementation of Business challenge program.
“Business Challenge” program embodies an innovative concept of trainings through the “Computer Simulation Training” technique; which will be given to Um alhakam school for girls and Dahiet alyasmen for boys throughout six sessions, where students will interactively deal with an online simulator program to create and manage their own companies and perform financial transactions and trading. The students will be supported by volunteer mentors From standard chartered Bank , who have been trained by INJAZ.
On this occasion, Mr. Ahmad Abu Eideh said we believe in our positive impact on the society by supporting the educational system,
and today it’s the time to give the students our business and social experiences to build the students’ abilities to engage them productively in the society, in this MoU the bank will fund the implementation of BCP and will provide the schools with experienced and well educated volunteers to help them to understand business and project management concepts
Mrs. Bibi expressed her gratitude and appreciation for Standard Chartered’s distinctive support and its continuous interest in INJAZ’s various programs under the mission of inspire and prepare youth to become productive members of their society and accelerate the development of the national economy. Mrs. Bibi said:”BCP has a huge positive impact at the beneficiaries’ professional skills like planning, management, relations, communication, presentation, problem solving and team building. It affects individual skill too as confidence and self improving, adding innovation and creative thinking. all that came from the oriented planning from INJAZ to entrepreneurship skills and insuring professional simulation training opportunities as effective way to decrease the gap of youth unemployment.