Al Jalila Foundation, a member of the institutions under the umbrella of Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum Global Initiatives, celebrated the graduation of 70 new trainees as part of the eighth batch of the Ta’alouf Teacher Training Program.
Dr. Abdul Karim Sultan Al Olama, CEO of Al Jalila Foundation, said: “The completion of the eighth batch of our training program is another milestone in our commitment to achieve social inclusion as parents, teachers, strategic partners and the community work for to empower the children. of determination. We have put social inclusion at the center of the goals of the “Ta’alouf” program and we will continue to implement this program in our classrooms, playgrounds and in our communities so that every child has the opportunity to fulfill himself regardless of his needs.”
Dr. Clayton McKenzie, Vice-Chancellor of Zayed University, said: “Today’s celebration of the eighth batch of the Ta’alouf Teacher Training Program is a great achievement in our partnership with Al Jalila Foundation. Zayed University has always supported distinguished training and development programs carefully coordinated and designed by the Institute of Community Engagement (ICE) with the aim of meeting the specific needs of various government agencies, universities and sections of the UAE community at large.We work hard to support the cultural, social, economic and educational development of the UAE by offer different programs and activities for joint training and development to meet the needs of different community groups.”