Orange Jordan concludes its schoolbag distribution campaign

Orange Jordan concludes its schoolbag distribution campaign
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Published September 28th, 2010 - 08:59 GMT

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Orange Jordan
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Her Majesty
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Rania Al-Abdullah
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Queen Rania School for the Hearing Impaired, and the Naqa

Orange Jordan recently concluded its Schoolbag distribution Campaign, organized by the company for the second year in a row.

The campaign comes as part of the Madrasati initiative, launched by Her Majesty Queen Rania Al-Abdullah in 2008 with the objective of improving the educational environment in the Kingdom's public schools.

Orange Jordan's CEO Nayla Khawam expressed her gratitude and appreciation to all individuals who contributed to the success of the campaign, especially the members of the company's team who volunteered to join the distribution efforts and who shared with students their delight at the start of the new school's year.

"Such campaigns are organized with the aim of strengthening the spirit of cooperation and familial harmony between the members of our community," said Khawam. "The campaign also sought to extend a helping hand to the underprivileged by supporting them in their pursuit of knowledge, which is an integral element for success in life.

The campaign helped alleviate the financial burden endured by parents at the beginning of the school year. Parents and students alike expressed their delight at the gesture from Orange Jordan, and the parents highlighted the joy they witnessed in their children's eyes upon receiving their schoolbags. This, they said, will surely reflect on their enthusiasm and overall attitude towards the start of the new school year.

Orange Jordan launched its Schoolbag distribution Campaign on the 19th of September, delivering complete stationary supplies to all schools adopted by the company in the Madrasati initiative, which include Mae'n elementary, Tawsiah, Ezzedin and Rajm Ash-shami schools, in addition to the Queen Rania School for the Hearing Impaired, and the Naqa' and Al-hadadah schools for girls. The activities were conducted by a group of volunteers from the company's staff who chose to participate as a gesture of goodwill towards their community. 

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