Khaled Al Badie is supporting University Education for the refugees in Jordan

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ABU DHABI, UAE (April 05, 2019) - Khaled Al Badie of Al Badie Group is manifesting education for over 750,000 refugees in the Emirati-Jordanian camp. He is accomplishing the same by offering his financial support to the project developed by Swiss International Humanitarian Organization (UniRef) in collaboration with Jordan Red Crescent and Al-Isra University. The Al-Badie Group led by Khaled Al Badie believes that the education is the right of every child irrespective of the age, gender, religion or nationality. According to the CEO and the Vice-President of the Al-Badie Group, “the group saved no effort in supporting this endeavor whether by funding or by assigning key expertise.” The project is a testament to the humanitarian efforts by the private companies and their visionary leaders that translates into providing higher education to the young refugees.

Owing to the efforts of International Humanitarian Organization (UniRef), Jordan Red Crescent and Al-Isra University along with the Al­Badie Group, the refugee camps are now provided with proper university education to uplift the lives of over 750,000 young refugees within the camp. The project has come to the fore as a result of the dedication and persistence of the collaborators along with the Al­Badie Group. The education also includes a range of vocational courses in addition to the formal courses. Khaled Al Badie understands the significance of education and has further fortified his believes by financially supporting this endeavor. The underlying motivation is to improve the lives of the refugees by taking the education directly to them.

About Khaled Al Badie:
Khaled Al Badie of Al Badie Group is promoting education for therefugees ofEmirati-Jordanian camp in Jordan by lending financially support to the project by UniRef. The project comprises of formal education as well as vocational courses.

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Khaled Al Badie of Al Badie Group is financially supportingthe project by the Swiss International Humanitarian Organization (UniRef). The project aims to introduce higher education to the refugee’s ofEmirati-Jordanian camp in Jordan. 


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