As part of its’ ongoing quest to empowering the professional and academic growth of Bahraini youth, INJAZ Bahrain has organized laptops and computer equipment donations from key local organizations. The campaign raised a total of more than 100 devices for the affected students in Bahrain.
Many students might choose to continue to pursue their studies online from home, through e-learning sessions launched by the Ministry of Education, as the pandemic uncertainty continues. In this context, INJAZ Bahrain launched digital programs to ensure education continuity for students with challenging circumstances. To date, INJAZ Bahrain series of digital program reached more than 3,000 students.
King Hamad University Hospital was among the key contributors, with a donation of 57 computer stations distributed via Rashid AlZayani Foundation to the affected students. INJAZ Bahrain’s strategic partner, KPMG in Bahrain, also made valuable contribution to this campaign with a donation of 15 laptops. KPMG have been instrumental in supporting our digital programs and youth empowerment initiatives. EY also provided support to the donation campaign through the provision of 8 laptops to support students affected by the pandemic.
Focusing all its efforts to deliver and maximize its student outreach during the crisis, INJAZ Bahrain also reached out to the Royal Humanitarian Foundation to support students during this crisis through promoting digital learning.