Feb. 19, 2013
-- Based on its commitment to support the educational sector in the Kingdom and its recognition for the major role played by the teachers, Umniah and within its partnership with the Teachers Association supported a ceremony for honoring the retired teachers for 2012 in the presence of the Minister of Higher Education and Scientific Research Professor Wajih Owais.
The ceremony was organized by the Teachers Association in Amman at Al Hussein Cultural Center and was attended by a group of retired teachers, the Teachers Association President Mr. Mustafa Rawashdeh, members of the Association’
s board, and Umniah’s Distribution & Customer Care Director Mr. Raed Rashid to stress on the importance of their role and the need to continuously support them to build and develop the Jordanian youth generation.
By supporting this event, which was attended by 600 retired teachers, Umniah continues its support to the educational sector and the Teachers Association, reflecting the company’s belonging identity to education and teachers who are considered the base of the educational and environmental processes.
On this occasion Umniah’s Distribution & Customer Care Director Mr. Raed Rashid stated that Umniah considers the educational sector, represented by both the teachers and the students, as a priority when it comes to supporting social responsibility initiatives, pointing out the importance of supporting the teachers who are considered an essential factor in developing the educational environment aiming to motivate them to positively develop future generations.
Rashid pointed out that supporting this event emphasizes on Umniah’s role in this field, stressing that education and encouragement of teachers are a guarantee to a sustainable development positively affecting the students who will lead the future of Jordan.
It’s worth mentioning that Umniah and the Teachers Association of Jordan have recently signed an agreement to provide its members and employees with services and special offers including existing and new members.