ADFCA supports graduation projects
Abu Dhabi, July 5, 2011
Abu Dhabi Food Control Authority (ADFCA) has unveiled a new initiative to support graduation projects of local students under its social responsibility programme “Auwn.”
The programme "Auwn," was launched as part of ADFCA's responsibility towards the society and benefits the elderly and students. It is aimed at reaching out to a larger segments of the community, said a ADFCA statement.
Mohammed Jalal Al Reyaysa, director of Communications and Community Service, said, “The new initiative will provide solid support for each project whereby ADFCA will sponsor four projects a year.”
"The student or graduation team eligible for the support programme must be accredited by the Ministry of Higher Education and Scientific Research institute and has gained an accumulative GPA degree not less than three."
"ADFCA is committed to support the community by offering its facilities whilst supporting graduation research under "Auwn" programme along with granting supports and scholarships for outstanding students," he added.
Al Reyaysa pointed out that ADFCA was keen to provide support to various segments of the community through its outreach and Community Service Responsibly programmes.
"In addition ADFCA gives hands to various charitable projects through hosting family products fairs and training programme for people with special needs.” Al Reyaysa added.-TradeArabia News Service