The Crown Prince Foundation (CPF) honored a number of champions of its flagship initiative "Haqiq"; a four-step national leadership program designed to realize youth’s commitment to becoming successful leaders in their local communities.
In a statement, the CPF said that despite the exceptional circumstances that the Kingdom and the world have been going through during 2020, the champions of "Haqiq" were able to implement a series of activities and programs and helped young people spend time in positive ways.
The Foundation indicated that the number of activities implemented during the year amounted to 139 activities, of which more than 119,000 individuals benefited from all governorates of the Kingdom.
The activities, the CPF noted, included disinfection campaigns, the distribution of masks and gloves, cleaning campaigns of tourist sites, in addition to a organizing a special Arabic Language competition, and the development of social media content among other activities.
Chief Executive Officer of the CPF, Tamam Mango, voiced pride in the efforts exerted by the young champions throughout the year and said they have proved their ability to work during exceptional circumstances and apply all the values they have acquired from the initiative.
"The coming period will open the door for the largest possible number of young people to join and benefit from what has been achieved, in implementation of the agreement signed with the Ministry of Education, which entails the incorporation of the initiative within the ministry's school programs and activities across the Kingdom," she added.