Friday
September 14
2018

Queen Rania Foundation launches education entrepreneurship award

Entrepreneurship in the Arab world, a competition that recognises the achievements and potential of home-grown education businesses in the Arab world that combine social impact with sustainable business models.

Founded by Her Majesty Queen Rania in 2013, QRF aims to reform school education in the Arab world through an impact-focused approach to learning, and nurture a vibrant ecosystem of education entrepreneurs in order to enhance the process of education reform, a statement from Her Majesty’s Office said.

The Award includes a grant worth $200,000, which will be given to the top three start-ups, allowing the winners to accelerate the growth plans of their businesses.

Photo courtesy of David Weekly.

Source: The Jordan Times (link opens in a new window)

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