Affirming its active role in supporting the Madrasati Initiative, PepsiCo-Jordan - winner of the 2009 & 2010 King Abdullah II Award for Excellence – visited four schools, adopted under the initiative since 2008, to celebrate the conclusion of the school year and the start of the summer vacation.
During its visits to the Zainab Bint Moa’weh Primary School for Girls, the Sa’ed Bin Abi Waqas Primary School for Boys, and the King Moh’d Al Khames Primary School, PepsiCo-Jordan held a number of activities which were concluded with the distribution of symbolic gifts amongst the students. PepsiCo-Jordan regularly conducts similar extracurricular activities within the adopted schools to activate its yearly and ongoing support to these schools..
Sufian Al Salman, PepsiCo East Med and Africa HR Director, explained that the school visits stem from the company’s CSR activities that are aimed at supporting a number of sectors and in particular the educational sector. They are also part of a series of extracurricular activities that enable the company to interact with school students on various occasions and part of the ongoing support to the Madrasati initiative, which strives to improve the Kingdom’s educational environment. “We hope to have brought joy into the hearts of the school students we have visited, and to have offered them an exciting start to their vacation” he added.