First Class of Toddlers Graduate from Alwaleed Bin Talal’s Nursery In Jizan

Thursday, 22 May, 2014

With the support of the Alwaleed Philanthropies, Chaired by His Royal Highness Prince Al Waleed Bin Talal, and in cooperation with the King Fahad Charitable Women’s Society in Jizan, on Wednesday the 14 of May 2014, 97 Nursery students graduated from the Alwaleed Bin Talal Nursery in Jizan.  

This project began in 2012, it was fully furnished and equipped with state of the art educational material.  The project included classes for Toddlers, Infants and Kindergarten students. One of the main initiatives of the project was creating jobs for young ladies of the community, and creating opportunities for them.  During phase one of the project 20 Female staff were employed at the Nursery. The Nursery in parallel served one of the Foundations’ initiatives which is dedicated to Vocational Training, Employment And Woman Enablement - Directed by Mrs./Nora Al Malki – Executive Manager of Development Projects. 

The King Fahad Charitable Women’s Society was established in 1403h and it aims to offer an array of different social services to the local community on a regular basis. The Organization achieves its goals and initiatives through different specialized committees, set up to maintain and follow the social changes that are ongoing in the area and investing in the community to create more opportunities for women.  

This partnership and support from Alwaleed Philanthropies enables the King Fahad Charitable Womens Society to offer different services such as symposiums, short training courses and exhibitions.  The Nursery project was the first collaboration in this strategic partnership between the King Fahad Charitable Women’s Society and Alwaleed Philanthropies, of which the primary aim of the partnership is to create more opportunities and jobs for women in the community.

Ms. Nuha Al Khouli, the Director of the Al Waleed Bin Talal Nursery gave an opening speech to the graduation class, and the assistant Director Mr. Rihab Muslim, along with the Director of the King Fahad Women’s Charity Ms. Muna Ruzaik were all in attendance.

Alwaleed Philanthropies are involved in a wide spectrum of humanitarian and philanthropic activities in more than 90 countries. Their focus areas are established around 4 focus areas: Developing Communities, Empowering Women and Youth, Providing Vital Disaster Relief, and Bringing Cultures Together.