Injaz Saudi partners with Elixir Consulting
Jeddah, October 1, 2011
Injaz Saudi Arabia, a non-profit organization delivering free educational programs, has signed a deal with Elixir Consultancy Group to help expand its successful programs to schools across the Kingdom.
Injaz-Saudi head Nael Fayez and Elixir Consultancy Group managing partner Hani Ibrahim Khoja recently signed an agreement in this connection.
“Injaz-Saudi’s goal is to reach 100,000 male and female students across Saudi Arabia inside their classrooms by 2018,” revealed Fayez.
Injaz said it has successfully signed strategic partnerships with the Ministry of Education besides several Saudi companies and volunteer private sector businesspersons who are highly experienced and keen to help train the next generation of business leaders.
Injaz offers course on financial literacy, entrepreneurship and work readiness to Saudi youth between 11 and 18 years, said the official.
“We want to be an integral part of helping the country significantly reduce unemployment,” he added.
“Elixir is a business consultancy group formed in 2005 with a vision to help local companies, governments, organizations and individuals succeed globally via strategic, creative solutions,” said Khoja.
“So our tieup with Injaz-Saudi Arabia will help youth become more employable and productive to society fits perfectly with our vision,” he added.
Injaz-Saudi said it will soon launch a new product in partnership with the Ministry of Labor called Kawadir to prepare Saudi students for the job market by equipping them with the tools and skills necessary and desired by the private sector.
“Our specific roles will be to help market this highly needed product to private sector sponsors as well as attract volunteers from across the Kingdom to deliver the content to students,” Fayez added.-TradeArabia News Service
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