Winners in Prince Muhammad Bin Fahd Global Foundation Necklace for Voluntary Work
The Arab Volunteering Union announced the names of the winners in the third edition of the Prince Muhammad Bin Fahd Global Foundation Necklace for Voluntary Work in the Arab World.
It was organized by the Arab Volunteer Federation in partnership with the Prince Muhammad bin Fahd International Foundation, and under the auspices of the Arab League, in conjunction with the International Volunteer Day on the 5th of December each year.
The Secretary-General of the Prince Muhammad bin Fahd International Foundation, Dr. Issa bin Hassan Al-Ansari, stated that the Foundation launched its necklace for the best volunteer work in its third edition worldwide in conjunction with the International Volunteer Day.
Al-Ansari noted that after sorting out the projects that got the highest scores by the judging team, it became clear that some of them scored similar points, and after review, the committee decided that there would be a “duplicate winner” in some areas, as the competition prizes were divided into six areas: Environment and Water; Education; Heritage; Culture and Arts; Economic Empowerment; Health, Marketing and Social Media.
In the field of environment and water, “Sadaqat Charitable” from Sudan, the Fundacion Comunitaria Mallnalco Foundation from Mexico, and in teams and individuals won Bassita from Egypt, and in governmental and commercial institutions, the “Scientific Endowment” won the King Abdul Aziz University.
In the field of education (organizations), Corporaclon casa mla from Colombia won, and from teams and individuals, “Dari Naqri Sghari” from Tunisia, and the government and commercial school, “Al-Mubdeeon Elementary National School” from Iraq won.
In the field of heritage, culture and arts (organizations), the Canadian Cultural Association won from Tunisia, and from individuals and teams, the Saleh Al-Hassan Museum from Bahrain won, and from the government and commercial center, the Hefny Music Center from Egypt won.
In the field of economic empowerment, the “Mosul Space Foundation for Entrepreneurship” from Iraq won from the organizations, and from the teams and individuals “Caravi to support divorced minors and breadwinning women” from Egypt, and from the government and commercial organizations the Sharjah Police General Command won from the Emirates.
In the field of health, the Red Crescent Society from Palestine won from organizations, and from the teams and individuals the “Healthy Nutrition” initiative from Jordan won, and from the government and commercial sector the Dubai Health Authority won from the Emirates.
In the field of marketing and social media, the “volunteer platform” initiative from Sudan won among the organizations, the “volunteer hands” team from Iraq, and from the government and commercial community college at King Saud University.
Dr. Al-Ansari congratulated the winners for the quality initiatives and projects they presented, which resulted in their winning of the necklace, indicating that the competition comes within the goals of the foundation to spread the culture of volunteer work in the Arab countries in particular and the world in general, and to motivate volunteers to innovate and create volunteer work and develop it.