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Saudi National Team Wins Medals in 2024 at Ibn Sina Biology Olympiad

The Saudi National Team won four international awards at the 2024 International Biology Olympiad in its first edition. It was organized by the State of Uzbekistan in the city of Bukhara from June 9 to 14, 2024. The event was graced by the participation of 120 students, representing 20 countries.

All four members of the Saudi national team won 4 medals, including a silver medal and three bronze medals.

Dr. Amal Al-Hazza, Secretary-General of the Mawhiba Foundation, congratulated the winning students, their families, schools, and teachers on their achievement in Saudi Arabia’s first participation in the Ibn Sina International Biology Olympiad. Additionally, she praised the strategic partnership between the Mawhiba Foundation and the Ministry of Education.

Mawhiba aims to nurture talented Saudis to participate in international competitions. Furthermore,  this partnership is in line with the goals of the Kingdom’s Vision 2030 to build a creative Saudi generation, adopting best practices in discovering and empowering talented individuals.

The Ibn Sina International Biology Olympiad targets talented high school students worldwide. Participants solve theoretical questions covering all fields of biology within 3 hours and conduct two practical experiments during the same timeframe.

The Ibn Sina International Biology Olympiad is a prestigious competition that forms part of the Mawhiba International Olympiad programme. Moreover, this program aims to identify and develop students’ talents through the National Gifted Program. Selected students receive extensive training to prepare for international competitions, allowing them to represent the Kingdom and compete for awards.

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