As part of its ongoing efforts to support Jordanian civil society institutions, National Arab Motors, Kia Jordan has recently signed a three-way agreement with the Children’s Museum and UNRWA. The agreement will allow students of UNRWA schools to visit the museum with Kia Jordan pledging to cover transportation expenses.
The recent undertaking exemplifies Kia Jordan’s commitment to supporting the Children’s Museum in its efforts to provide a unique educational experience for Jordan’s youth. Set in an interactive and fun environment, the Children’s Museum hosts an array of exciting programs and exhibits with the goal of cultivating a passion for learning and creativity in children from all over the Kingdom.
“We strongly feel that the Children’s Museum provides an exceptional educational opportunity for the Kingdom’s youth,” commented the President of National Arab Motors, Kia Jordan, Samir Tayeh. “In recognition of the important effect the Children’s Museum has on children, we want to support this institution and give as many children as possible the chance to develop their sense of curiosity and thirst for knowledge.”
“We would like to thank National Arab Motors for their continuous support for our mission,” added Sawsan Dalaq, Director of the Children’s Museum. “It is the goal of the museum to provide our young visitors with an engaging learning experience that allows them to experiment and interact with their surroundings. Such an experience cannot happen if these children do not have the means to get here, and I cannot stress enough how important the provision of transportation is in this equation.”
The Children’s Museum Jordan is a non-profit educational organization launched by HM Queen Rania in 2007. The museum offers over 150 indoor and outdoor permanent exhibits and educational facilities such as a library and art studio along with year-round educational programs and events for children.