FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Abu Dhabi, (July 17, 2018): The Emirati based Khaled Al Badie Group has extended its financial support to the provision of university education in Jordan. The Red Crescent, a renowned NGO operating in Jordan for the rehabilitation and resettlement of refugees, has entered into a collaboration with the University of Isra and the Khaled Al Badie Group to establish a system of university education that will help those who have fled war torn Syria and Iraq to Jordan, to continue with their higher education.
A nascent form of this higher education model is already been put into place, with the curriculum being taught in Arabic and which is one that can be adapted rather easily to the requirements and needs of younger refugees residing in this particular Emirati-Jordanian camp. Teaching is carried out using state of the art techniques and in classrooms that have been setup inside the camp. The teaching process is directly supervised by University lecturers and professors. All these university programs shall lead to the award of a diploma that will be handed over by the Ministry of Higher Education in Jordan.
About the Khaled Al Badie Group:
The Khaled Al Badie Group is spearheaded by its founder Mr. Khaled Al Badie, a hugely successful businessman based in Abu Dhabi. His philanthropic nature has led him to generously support humanitarian aid in Jordan, a good example being the initiative to provide University education for refugees.