Dar Al Atta’a and Alizz Islamic Bank open school in wilayat Awabi

by | May 30, 2024 | 0 comments

MUSCAT – Dar Al Atta’a and Alizz Islamic Bank recently celebrated the inauguration of a waqf school in Al Hajar Village in Wilayat Al Awabi. The bank had undertaken covering the renovation and restoration of the school and equipping it with the necessary classroom amenities and equipment to provide a comprehensive educational environment for pre-school children and a suitable environment for the school’s teaching staff. The project also contributes towards providing job opportunities in the region.

The inauguration ceremony was held under the auspices of Sheikh Dr Hamood bin Ali Al Marshoodi , Wali of Al Awabi in the presence of Dr Abdulrahman bin Mohammed Al Siyabi, Director of the Ministry of Endowment and Religious Affairs in Al Batinah South, Dr Nasser bin Salim Al Ghanbousi, Director of the Ministry of Education in Al Batinah South, HE Tariq bin Mohammed Al Kharusi, Shura Council Member Representative of Wilayat Awabi, The Honourable Maryam bint Issa Al Zadjali, Chairperson of Dar Atta’a, Ali bin Saif Al Mani, CEO of Alizz Islamic Bank, Principals of public and private schools, supervisors, Sheikhs and other dignitaries and well-wishers.

This initiative comes as part of the banks pioneering role in lending a hand to the community and various institutions and associations stemming from banks belief that the prosperity of individuals leads to the prosperity of the societies in which we live.

Dar Al Atta’a’s goal is to contribute towards improving living conditions and bringing about lasting positive change in our community. The association contributes continuously towards making a positive impact in Omani society.

This project falls under the ‘Tamkeen Program’, which is one of the association’s main programs and aims to contribute to sustainable projects that will enhance income and achieve prosperity for both individuals and society. As part of the association’s belief in providing better opportunities that enable investment in the nation’s people to create a support factor for Oman’s renaissance and development; over the past years, Dar Al Att’a has worked to establish cultural centers throughout the Sultanate.
Speaking about the project, The Honourable Maryam Al-Zadjali, Chairperson of Dar Al Atta’a said: “We are happy to open the school, which will enable (120) children to obtain pre-school education and qualify them for early education. At Dar Al Atta’a we pay special attention to education as it can provide children with a better future. Empowering them through pre-school education contributes to enhancing their abilities and skills and prepares them for the next stages of their education.”

Commenting also Ali Al Mani, CEO of Alizz Islamic Bank said: “We believe that investing in sustainable initiatives is a crucial element towards achieving community prosperity. The bank has provided strong support for leading national associations and organisations that work towards building a strong and resilient society and we have contributed to the growth of several non-profit social organisations. Education is the building block of society and we are steadfast in our commitment to education and preparing our children for a bright and prosperous future.”

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