Processing of computer lab unit of Al - Quds Open University

23 April 2015 - 10:52

Funded by the Palestine Charity Committee / International Islamic Charitable Organization Signing a project agreement: Preparing a computer lab unit for Al Quds Open University / Rafah Branch

Al-Khaleej Educational Society - Gaza signed an agreement with the Al-Quds Open University to finance the project of the computer laboratory unit of the university branch in Rafah city, funded by the Palestine Charity Committee. Amna Al-Awoor and Vice President for the Gaza Strip d. Jihad al-Batsh on behalf of the university president Dr.. Younis Amr, in attendance, and the director of "Rafah Branch" d. Raafat Gouda and A, Jamila Tamraz, coordinator of the association's projects.

A. Al Awor The Association's continuous endeavor to support Palestinian students enrolled in Palestinian universities to provide them with an educational environment, as well as to provide a new technological environment in educational institutions.



She also headed a. Al-Awar thanked the Al-Quds Open University for its transparency and its keenness to provide the best services to its students and the Palestinian society in all its categories, announcing a series of important projects that will serve a number of academic institutions in Palestine.

During the signing ceremony, Al-Batsh stressed the interest of the university president. Dr.. Praising the role of the Government and people of Kuwait, and expressing his thanks and appreciation to the International Islamic Charitable Organization and the Palestine Charity Committee in Kuwait for the generous support of the University and the support of our people and educational institutions in the difficult circumstances. Which is experienced by the Palestinian people.

Dr. Gouda thanked the Gulf Educational Society for its services in the education sector, especially the universities. He pointed out the importance of providing a computer lab in Rafah branch so that the university can provide the best services to its students and the local community.