The Crown Prince Foundation (CPF) on Monday said it renewed the partnership between the Naua platform, its initiative within the Citizenship Pillar, and the Jordan Ahli Bank, for three years.
'This partnership aims to achieve major development goals by working to double charitable work and develop a sense of social responsibility in Jordan, as it constitute an example of effective partnerships between the private sector and developmental institutions,' the CPF said in a statement.
'The partnership with the Jordan Ahli Bank has recently achieved many important achievements, including the implementation of ten selected projects through the platform, from which about ten thousand members of the local community have benefited, and contributed to achieving sustainable development goals,' the statement added, pointing out to the bank employees' engagement in volunteering via the Nauas 'WE' platform.
The Jordan Ahli Bank, CEO / General Manager, Muhammad Daoud, said: 'Social responsibility is an integral part of our corporate strategy, and through this partnership we seek to support community initiatives and enhance the values of social solidarity. We also seek to establish the values of giving by volunteering and participating in these initiatives.'
For his part, CEO of Naua, Ahmed Al-Zoubi, said: 'Our partnership with the Jordan Ahli Bank is an important one, and over the next three years we will work more closely to achieve an increased development impact in local communities.'
He added: 'Business partnership with private sector institutions in general is a great necessity, as we have noted the institutions' belief in the need to support development efforts exerted at various levels.'