Samsung joins Queen Rania programme
Amman, October 18, 2012
Samsung Electronics Levant said it has signed an agreement with Madrasati initiative launched by Queen Rania Al- Abdullah to provide better education and health care systems for underprivileged children around the world.
Through this partnership Samsung Electronics Levant will support Kufr-‘Awan School in Irbid, embodied in its fifth stage of this initiative through maintenance, rehabilitating the school and interactive activities for students, said a company statement.
Under the umbrella of its own social responsibility initiative; geared towards providing better education and health care systems for underprivileged children around the world, “Hope for Children”, came Samsung Electronics’ partnership with the Madrasati initiative, it added.
Samsung Electronics Levant launched this phase of the “Hope for Children” campaign on Facebook page aiming to encourage the participation in the Samsung Amman International Marathon, whereby the electronics giant will donate 1 Jordanian Dinar to Kufr-‘Awan school for every person who participates in the Marathon.
Bumsuk Hong, the president of Samsung Electronics Levant said, “We are pleased to be a part of such a noble initiative, which embodies the goals of “Hope for Children Campaign” that aims to rehabilitate schools’ infrastructure, enhance the educational program, and provide them with the tools needed for implementing better teaching techniques, providing children with a healthy and safe educational environment.”
"Our Hope for Children initiative stems from our firm belief that facilitating a healthy setting for children and an advanced educational system will provide children with the essential skills to expand their creativity and accordingly a better future for them,” he added.-TradeArabia News Service
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