Haqiq, a Crown Prince Foundation (CPF) Initiative, signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) with Mashrek International School, which aims at including Haqiq activities as part of the extra-curricular school activities, as well as the opening the door for the school students to benefit from the different CPF initiatives, specifically TechWorks and Nahno, the platform of volunteering.
The MOU was signed by CPF CEO Dr. Tamam Mango, and Dr. Hana Alnasser Malhas, the school’s Director.
"The signing of this MOU with Mashrek International School aims at increasing the reach of the beneficiaries of the initiative to include students from private schools. Since the launch of the initiative, it has benefitted public school students in all governorates of the Kingdom and through this partnership, we aim to complement national efforts in promoting the values of Haqiq in addition to leadership and civic engagement among young people, which is in line with the strategy of the Crown Prince Foundation", Mango said.
From her side, Dr. Malhas said: "We look forward to implementing this worthy program that has proven itself during the past years starting next school semester and we are confident that our students will be enthusiastic to be part of it".
It is noteworthy that Haqiq Initiative engages youth at the age of 12 on a journey of self-exploration, and character building and shaping, through a portfolio of activities that trigger physical, mental and emotional growth, to promote successful leaders in local communities and motivate future agents of change. Haqiq aims at developing a skilled and knowledgeable cadre of future leaders locally and regionally.