JOHUD launches Queen Alia Social Responsibility Competition 2021


[11-10-2021 10:35 AM]

Ammon News - The Jordanian Hashemite Fund for Human Development (JOHUD) launched on Sunday, Queen Alia Social Responsibility Competition 2021.

The award, which came in conjunction with the World Mental Health Day (WMHD), has chosen its 2021 theme focusing on the psychological effects of the Covid-19 pandemic on students, their families, society and psychological support, to raise awareness and enhance target groups' confidence to help better align to circumstances.

The award's supreme committee announced the starting date to submit applications to participate in the contest's activities electronically for school students, universities and the local community, starting Sunday, through its website "www.qac.jo", according to a JOHUD statement.

Speaking at the opening ceremony, the committee's head, former Minister Bashir Rawashdeh, stressed the competition would contribute to community awareness and motivate responsibility to enable the target groups to play their role in building societies.

Calling on students and community members to take part in the competition to achieve its "humanitarian and charitable" goals, he lauded stakeholder efforts, which also come within the framework of JOHUD's keenness to contribute to supporting national efforts to achieve sustainable human development.




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