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Xpress Money offers financial literacy to 125,000 workers

Xpress Money, one of the world’s leading money transfer brands, has reached out to over 125,000 blue collar workers across the GCC providing them with focused financial literacy training over the last three months. Xpress Mo

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Xpress Money provides financial literacy training to blue-collar workers

Xpress Money, one of the world’s most dependable money transfer brands, has reached out to over 125,000 blue collar workers across the GCC providing them with focused financial literacy training over the last three months. X

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Samsung launches app to revive Arabic language use

Samsung Electronics Co has launched KalimaLock, a smart application ready to revive the use of the Arabic language, especially among younger audiences, to mark Arab Literacy Day.   The app works like a smart lock

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Samsung launches app to revive Arabic language use

Samsung Electronics Co has launched KalimaLock, a smart application ready to revive the use of the Arabic language, especially among younger audiences, to mark Arab Literacy Day.   The app works like a smart lock

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WU launches financial literacy programme in UAE

The Western Union Company, a leading money transfer company, has launched ‘Apna Sapna,’ a  financial literacy programme for migrant workers in the UAE to help them develop the awareness and skills to  manage their finances

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WU launches financial literacy programme in UAE

The Western Union Company, a leading money transfer company, has launched ‘Apna Sapna,’ a  financial literacy programme for migrant workers in the UAE to help them develop the awareness and skills to  manage their finances

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200 join adult English education program

About 200 low-skilled workers commenced their eight-week training under Reach Out To Asia’s  (ROTA) 2013-2014 Adult English Literacy (RAEL) initiative at Hamad Bin Khalifa University in Doha. ROTA’s Adult English

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Pearson, StudyPlus partner to help Qatari students

Pearson, a UK-based education company, and StudyPlus, a subsidiary of ScorePlus Middle East, have partered to provide thousands of school children in Qatar with state-of-the-art learning programmes at their newly established centre at Al Saad Do

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Financial literacy course for Emirati youth

A new educational curriculum on financial literacy is to be launched in UAE universities, in a drive to empower Emirati youth and help them face the challenges ahead. The new curriculum, designed and presented by the Emirates Foun

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Mideast women ‘win more rights, hurdles remain’

Women in the Middle East have broken down some educational barriers, secured a bigger economic role and won other rights in the past five years but still suffer great inequalities, a study showed. Fifteen of 18 countries in the poll record

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