Ayla launches ‘Back to School’ campaign, pays student fees

(Photo: Handouts from Ayla)
(Photo: Jordan News)
AMMAN — Ayla Oasis Development Company recently launched its annual “Back to School” campaign, according to a statement from Ayla.

More than 60 secondary students received their books and had their annual school registration fees paid by Ayla, in cooperation with the “Sons of Aqaba Association for the Care and Rehabilitation of Orphans”.اضافة اعلان

The campaign also saw Ayla work with the Aqaba Directorate of Education to renovate some of the facilities within the governorate’s schools through general maintenance work. New water tanks will also be installed in a number of schools, and air conditioners will undergo maintenance, the statement read.

Speaking about the campaign, Ayla's Managing Director Sahl Dudin, said: “Ayla shares with the students and families of Aqaba the joy of their return to school. We are committed to working with the Aqaba Education Directory to create the most suitable learning environment as well as to meet the requirements of those less fortunate to face the new school year with enthusiasm, optimism, and success.” 

Dudin went on to add: "We urge all economic sectors to invest in the education of our youth as a means of reinforcing comprehensive development.”

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