The Charitable Society provides 100 Tablet device for insolvent school students.
Gulf Today Report
Under the directives of the Chairman of the Board of Directives, Sheikh Marawan Bin Rashid Al Mualla, and in line with the “Distance Learning” initiative launched by the Ministry of Education to support interactive distance education, Umm Al Quwain Charitable Society provided 100 tablets devices for insolvent school students.
Sheikh Marawan ensured supporting education for school students.
He also thanked the government for its efforts to continue the educational process to create a distance learning system in Covid times.
The Charitable Society provided 100 Tablet devices for insolvent school students for the second time.
Issa Ali Boulahyol, Director General of the Association, emphasised that this initiative is in line with the directives of our wise leadership that places education at the top of priorities.
Director-General of the Association also praised its permanent approach that believes in human values and the importance of charitable and community work.
He said, “The association will continue to provide educational support to students and cover their academic requirements.”
Issa Ali stressed the importance of the cooperation of community members to support students.
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