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Batelco’s Telecom Partner for Youth City 2030

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Batelco, in line with its commitment to support the youth of Bahrain, has announced its participation as the Telecom Partner for the 2017 Youth City 2030 event, which will be held at Bahrain International Exhibition Centre from 16 July to 24 August. As well as providing Wi-Fi connectivity throughout the duration of the Youth City event, Batelco will also sponsor prizes for winners in one of the event’s programmes.

The major youth event will take place under the patronage of His Highness Shaikh Nasser bin Hamad Al Khalifa, representative of His Majesty the King for Charity Works and Youth Affairs, Chairman of the Supreme Council for Youth and Sports and President of Bahrain Olympic Committee.

Youth City 2030 is organized by the Ministry of Youth & Sports Affairs (MYS), under the guidance of His Excellency Mr. Hisham bin Mohammed Al-Jowder, Minister of Youth & Sports Affairs, in a strategic partnership with Tamkeen. The annual event focuses on key growth areas for Bahraini youths and aims to promote creative thinking among them and encourage the development of their skills in areas such as leadership, media, information technology, arts, languages, science and sports. Youth City 2030 is expected to attract over 2200 students who will participate in a range of workshops and programmes aimed at supporting the development of children and young adults.

Batelco annually supports a wide range of educational and youth programmes as part of its Corporate Social Responsibility efforts.

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Batelco Bahrain CEO Eng. Muna Al Hashemi said that Batelco as part of its strong commitment to youth, was very pleased to once again participate in this year’s Youth City summer event.

“Providing development opportunities for young people to help enhance their skills across a wide range of topics is a very worthwhile initiative and very important for Bahrain’s future leaders,” she said.

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