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Umniah backs Queen Rania initiative

Amman, September 22, 2010

Umniah, a leading telecom services provider in Jordan, will allocate 5 per cent of its SMS revenues during Ramadan to support the Madrasati education initiative launched by Queen Rania in 2008.

“We hope that this modest gesture will positively contribute to the noble Madrasati initiative. We are proud to be a part of its mission to create an enhanced educational atmosphere for students in the Kingdom,” said Ihab Hinnawi, Umniah’s CEO.

“We are pleased to continue supporting the Madrasati initiative and we always aim to contribute to it not only financially, but also by extending our contribution to include activities and programmes that express a humanitarian angle through the volunteering of Umniah team members in the initiative’s activities, and in communicating with the students in our adopted schools,” he added.

The Madrasati Initiative was launched by Her Majesty Queen Rania in 2008 with the objective of providing better educational environments for 500 public schools around the Kingdom suffering from limited resources and poor infrastructures.

The initiative achieves its objectives by drawing on the support of private and public organisations around the Kingdom. – TradeArabia News Service




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