The Nobles grant will be awarded to academically outstanding resident and non-resident orphans who have chosen to pursue their studies in specialised areas that satisfy a market demand. These include courses such as information technology and medicine that several prestigious universities offer.
Omar Ayesh, Chairman of the Nobles Group, noted that the renewal reflects the group’s philosophy of supporting the development and growth of deserving individuals. He emphasised that investing in education and knowledge is an investment in society due to the positive impact that well educated groups can have on the communities in which they live.
Nour Al-Hamoud, Al Aman Fund’s General Manager, praised the spirit of partnership this agreement entailed. She highlighted the important role that individual and corporate social responsibility programmes play in society, particularly when professionally applied towards the most pressing issues.
The partnership between the Nobles Group and Al-Aman Fund for the Future of Orphans is a long-standing one. It was formed based on a mutual belief in securing the highest standards of education for orphaned men and women and equipping them with the necessary knowledge and skills to achieve self-sufficiency and a brighter future for themselves.