INJAZ Bahrain holds annual Appreciation Day
Manama : Injaz Bahrain held the annual appreciation day of its schools and universities yesterday at the Ministry of Education Hall in the presence of more than 300 attendees.
The event, held in the presence of HH Shaikha Hessa bint Khalifa Al-Khalifa, the Executive Director of Injaz Bahrain, honoured the best schools and universities, as well as all school coordinators, for the academic year 2016-17. Ministry of Education was recognised for their support in implementing Injaz Bahrain programmes.
In her opening speech, Shaikha Hessa told the audience that Injaz has reached 150,000 students since 2004 to this semester at all levels of education. “We hope that this number will double in the coming years.”
“We know that the target is great, but with God’s will and the commitment of all involved parties we will achieve our goal,” added Shaikha Hessa.
Students from Al Isteqlal Secondary Girls School, the winners of “Students Company of Best Social Impact “of the National Company Competition, shared their experiences about the programme initiated by INJAZ Bahrain.
Team “Machla” from Ibn Khaldoon National School and team “Royal Creators” from the Royal University of Women, that represented Bahrain in the 11th Annual Young Entrepreneurs Competition 2017 held in Egypt last week, was honoured.
Team “Machla” qualified for more than four awards: “Citi Client Focus Award” by City Foundation, “High School of Best Social Impact”, “High School Best Product”, and were among the top three candidates for the “Best High School Company of the Year award”. Team “Royal Critters” qualified for the MBC Al Amal Pitch Award of the Year and were also ranked among the top three.