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October 21 2021 8:57 PM ˚

Ayla celebrates winners of the Takreem-Ayla initiative

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AMMAN — On Thursday, the Ayla Oasis Development Company and partners announced the winners of the fourth edition of the Takreem-Ayla initiative. The ceremony was held under the patronage of Aqaba Special Economic Zone Authority (ASEZA)’s chief of commissioners, Nayef Al-Bakhit, and in the presence of Ayla’s Managing Director, Sahl Dudin.اضافة اعلان

The awards, divided into five categories, were presented to school students, university students, university professors, teachers, and open registration. The winners for the “Scientific Innovation and Entrepreneurship (Technology) — Netaj” category were Isra Zaitoun and Aisha Hawarneh. The winner for the “Scientific Innovation and Entrepreneurship (Technology) — Darsi Bayn Yadai” category was Shadia Rashid. As for the “Media Category— Teens Initiative and Technology as a Double-Edged Sword” category, the winners were Sawsan Manasra, Sarah Al-Ahyat, Yara Al-Awdat, and Tasnim Al-Khodeirat. Mousa Dardsawi and Suhad Hassouna won the “Media — Mishwar Challenging Initiative” category and Salma Al-Shaer won the “Media — Secret Archives” category.

Dudin stated that the “initiative, in its fourth edition, was launched with the aim of expanding its scope to include participants from universities and open registration.” 

He stressed Ayla’s commitment to supporting creativity and entrepreneurship in the local community, adding that "we push and encourage creators forward within many programs … where we shed light on the distinguished students of schools and universities, teachers, community leaders, and university professors and motivate them to create a better future for our Jordan.”

For her part, the Aqaba Governorate’s Director of Education, Rabaa Al-Aidi, praised Ayla's support and sponsorship of the Takreem initiative and underscored the importance of celebrating students' creativity and creating a positive and competitive spirit among them.

The initiative's coordinator, Sakhaa Al-Shamayleh, stated that the goal of the fourth edition of is to support creativity and innovation within all sectors of society, in addition to offering students the opportunity to contribute to the development of society and achieve sustainability.

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