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NBB attends award ceremony of National Lamea Programme

TDT | Manama

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The National Bank of Bahrain (NBB) recently attended the final Awards ceremony of the Ministry of Youth and Sports Affair’s (MOYA) Lamea programme.

NBB is a strategic partner of the programme, which concluded its first edition, selecting its three winners out of 131 entrants.

The programme is one of the Ministry’s initiatives, in cooperation with the Bahrain Institute of Public Administration, and was created to identify distinguished Bahraini youth and equip them with the skills and guidance to become young leaders, contributing to Bahrain’s economic prosperity.

Lamea welcomed 75 private and public sector entities and 131 nominated entrees, of which 30 candidates qualified to the final stage. Amongst the final stage candidates was NBB employee Mohamed Kamal.

Through a series of challenging tests and international training programmes, 3 winners were selected to play an active role in contributing to the planning and proposal of important projects across Bahrain.

Aymen Tawfeeq Almoayed’s, Minister of Youth and Sports Affairs, said: “As the first edition of the Lamea Programme has come to an end, I would like to thank all the participants for their hard work throughout.

The sheer amount of talent and potential demonstrated has been incredible. I have the utmost confidence that all participants will excel in their future endeavours. I would like to congratulate the winners on this achievement and look forward to see them continue their journey, as they contribute towards elevating Bahrain’s economic performance to new heights.”

The Programme provided a framework that promoted advanced leadership and analytical & design thinking. Moreover, it investigated key areas, such as policy making, scientific research and current and future industry trends, providing participants with a holistic approach to leadership.

Jean-Christophe Durand, CEO of the National Bank of Bahrain, said: “I would like to applaud all participants on their outstanding efforts and congratulate the winners of the first edition of the Lamea Programme. Furthermore, I would like to specifically congratulate our staff member, Mohamed Tariq Kamal, for qualifying for the final round of the Programme. I look forward to seeing what the young leaders have in store, as they pave the way for future generations to come.”