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INJAZ Qatar Partners with Schools Olympic Program for National Sport Day (NSD)

INJAZ Qatar, a non-profit organization and member of Junior Achievement (JA) Worldwide, announces an exclusive partnership with Qatar Olympic Committee’s Schools Olympic Program on the occasion of National Sports Day.

Aysha Al Mudahka, Executive Director, INJAZ Qatar

Aysha Al Mudahka, Executive Director, INJAZ Qatar

Aysha Al Mudahka, Executive Director, INJAZ Qatar commented, ‘We are honoured to partner with Qatar Olympic Committee through the Schools Olympic Program for this year’s National Sport Day. The event serves as a platform to showcase the outstanding entrepreneurial skills of students enrolled in our Company Programme and to share various innovative business games and sports themed activities developed by INJAZ Qatar.’

INJAZ Qatar is expected to organise two distinct events as part of the Schools Olympic Program National Sport Day activities on the Corniche. INJAZ Qatar’s Business and Sports Games Fair, which will take place between 12 – 16 February is expected to feature a variety of stimulating and active business and sports games on a daily basis.

Additionally, the INJAZ Qatar’s Young Entrepreneurs Fair on 12 February will showcase a variety of products and services developed by student companies formed during Company Program, INJAZ Qatar’s leading entrepreneurship program which equips students with the skills needed to become successful entrepreneurs. Two independent secondary schools for girls Amna Bint Wahab and Al Risala have partnered with INJAZ Qatar on this program.

Established in 2007, INJAZ Qatar is a unique non-profit organisation which aims to establish and facilitate stronger ties between private businesses and schools by inviting executives and professionals from various partner companies to teach the INJAZ curricula at various schools and universities across Qatar.

ExxonMobil Announce Three-year Sponsorship Of National Sport Day (NSD)

The three-year long deal was announced at a press conference by His Excellency Sheikh Saoud Bin Abdulrahman Al-Thani, Secretary General of the Qatar Olympic Committee, and Mr Bart Cahir, President and General Manager of ExxonMobil Qatar Inc.

The three-year long deal was announced at a press conference by His Excellency Sheikh Saoud Bin Abdulrahman Al-Thani, Secretary General of the Qatar Olympic Committee, and Mr Bart Cahir, President and General Manager of ExxonMobil Qatar Inc.

Oil and gas giants ExxonMobil and the Qatar Olympic Committee have unveiled a new partnership in support of National Sport Day.

‘Energy development is more than oil and gas production,’ said Mr Cahir. ‘It is about delivering sustainable, long term benefits for local communities, and there is no more meaningful event for this than the National Sport Day.’

ExxonMobil shares Qatar’s view that elevating the country’s status in the international sport arena will help highlight opportunities for long-term investment in the country, with the commitment to elite sports filtering down to the grassroots and playing an important role for the population of Qatar.

The cooperation between the National Sport Day and ExxonMobil will also develop the key values of camaraderie, sportsmanship and friendship which are shared by both parts and play a role in the building of awareness about the health benefits of regular activity.

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  1. shakeelahmedkhan

    November 19, 2014 at 6:28 pm

    assalmu alaikum

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