Orange Jordan distributes 4000 school bags to schools in the Kingdom

Orange Jordan distributes 4000 school bags to schools in the Kingdom
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Published September 20th, 2010 - 14:23 GMT

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Her Majesty
,
Orange Jordan
,
Al-Haddadah
,
Naylah Khawam
,
Queen Alia School
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Twaiseh School
,
High School
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Rajm El-Shami Primary and High School
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Izz El Din Al Qassam School
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Naqa Al Thanousah School for Girls
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Maeen Primary School

As part of the Madrasati initiative launched by Her Majesty Queen Rania Al-Abdullah aiming to contribute in providing a better educational environment for students, Orange Jordan, the sole telecom services provider licensed to introduce high speed internet through mobile in the Kingdom, launched for the second consecutive year the school bag campaign through which it distributes 4000 bags to the schools the company adopts within Madrasati initiative.

Orange’s CEO Mrs. Naylah Khawam commented on this campaign saying: “We are aware of the financial burden faced by underprivileged families in Jordan upon their children’s return to school; therefore Orange Jordan sought to reduce this pressure and contribute in motivating the students to start the year with enthusiasm and dedication in order to excel and achieve the best results.”

“At Orange we strongly believe that the students are the core of the society and the next generation to build a better future; therefore we strive to support the educational sector through providing all that is needed to enhance the student’s talents and capabilities,” added Khawam.

Furthermore, this campaign witnesses the participation of Orange’s employees from different governorates embodying the one family spirit prevailing and Oranges belief “together we can do more"

It is noteworthy that the campaign, which will last till next Thursday, provides the necessary stationery for students of all grades who attend the seven schools adopted by Orange within Madrasati Initiative: Maeen Primary School, Rajm El-Shami Primary and High School, Queen Alia School, Twaiseh School, Naqa Al Thanousah School for Girls, Izz El Din Al Qassam School, and Al-Haddadah High School.    
  
 

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