10 Oct The Egyptian Arab Land Bank offers 5 University Scholarships As a Partnership with Al Aman Fund for the Future of Orphans
The Egyptian Arab Land Bank announced the signing of its agreement to support Al-Aman Fund for the Future of Orphans; which covers the university tuition fees for a number of young orphans benefiting from Al Aman Fund.
The agreement was signed by Tarek Akel, CEO/ Regional Manager of the Egyptian Arab Land Bank and Ibrahim Al-Ahmad, General Manager of Al-Aman Fund for the Future of Orphans, at the bank’s headquarters, and in the presence of a number of members of the management from both parties.
The agreement included providing financial support covering the costs of five students benefiting from the Al Aman Fund in several different fields of study, to help them complete their Bachelor’s Degree and obtain their careers.
During the signing ceremony, Mr Akel announced that he is very proud of this cooperation with Al Aman Fund for the Future of Orphans, an initiative of Queen Rania Foundation for Education and Development, as a well-established institution that provides education for orphans after reaching the age of eighteen by empowering them with the necessary skills to become self-reliant individuals who are able to engage in the labor market. ”
Mr. Akel also added that this collaboration falls under the social responsibility programs implemented by the Bank in order to support members of the local community who have the ambition and the will to achieve success and to ensure that they have the opportunity to have a role in building the future they aspire to.
General Manager of Al Aman Fund, Mr. Ibrahim Al Ahmad expressed: “The Egyptian Arab Land Bank is a well-reputed bank with a long-term purpose to serve the local community, reflecting a bright image on collaborations of the private sector in supporting the society and ensuring its development. He also re-enforced the importance of this agreement in transforming the lives of Al Aman Fund’s beneficiaries through supporting them with their higher education.
It is worth mentioning that the Egyptian Arab Real Estate Bank is a regional bank and is the oldest Arab bank in the region. It was established in 1880 and is headquartered in the Arab Republic of Egypt. The bank is a comprehensive model for providing all banking services to individuals and companies and this has been its main objective throughout the 139 year since its establishment.