Al Badie Group Extends Invaluable Support To The Uniref Initiative Of Higher Education To Refugees

Al Badie Group, a popular name in the business arena in Dubai extends their invaluable support to the UniRef initiative that aims at providing higher education to the refugees.

 

Abu Dhabi, Dubai (May 7, 2019) – Education to all without any difference in nationality, religion, gender, and age is the objective of UniRef. This international Swiss Humanitarian Charity Organization has taken a step towards their goal. With this motto, they have framed a new project. The target of this new project is to educate refugees in the Emirati-Jordanian Camp in Jordan. For this new project, UniRef has successfully equipped the camp with a kind of proper vocational training and university education that is made available to more than 750,000 refugees.

 

With the formation of this new project, UniRef very well knows that it is something that cannot be done all alone. They know that a collaboration of efforts is important. So, with the joint efforts of Jordan Red Crescent, the Al-Isra University, and the Al-Badie Group, this project is going to be a great success.

 

The Al Badie Group is represented by its Vice President and the Chief Executive Officer of Mr. Khaled Al Badie. Mr. Al Badie declared that “Al Badie Group saved no effort in supporting this endeavor whether by funding or by assigning key expertise such as Dr. Yaseen AlKamas, the COO of the group, who was involved personally in the UniRef Mission”.

 

In fact, for the implementation of the UniRef Mission, the Al Badie Group contributed a great share and a major benefit was given to the war victims in the Middle East under this mission.

 

About Al Badie Group:

On behalf of the Al Badie Group, Mr. Khaled Al Badie, the CEO and VP of the Al Badie Group holds 51% of share with the UniTeam.

 

For more information, please visit https://khaledalbadie.wordpress.com/2018/06/06/uniref-a-mission-to-provide-higher-education-for-refugees

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