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31 July 2018
As part of Injaz Bahrain's mission to help young people understand the economics of life, and as part of its endeavor to open new horizons for students to discover their potential and skills, it has nominated a student, Abdulrahman Kanoo, as winner of this year's best product competition and set up a charity fund to receive donations.

An agreement to this effect was signed between Gulf Petrochemical Industries Company (GPIC) President, Dr. Abdulrahman Jawahery, the Injaz Bahrain Chairperson, HH Sheikha Hessa bint Khalifa Al Khalifa and the Student Scrap Company.

The Company has collected a significant amount of these funds from within its own complex and has identified three main areas where these could be spent.

The Company's competition programme provides students with the opportunity to offer their business ideas and achievements through their founding companies, which reinforces their passion for entrepreneurship and encourages them to set up their own businesses.

Injaz Bahrain, a non-profit organization, aims to inspire young people and encourage them to keep abreast of the development and skills required by local and international labour markets.

Injaz Bahrain volunteers, led by Sheikha Hessa, are working hard to help and support young Bahrainis, mostly students, make the right decisions that will help them decide their future.

Injaz Bahrain is part of the worldwide Junior Achievement organization, which has a presence in more than 119 countries. Its Board of Directors includes a distinguished group of CEOs representing major institutions and companies, with one goal: to help Bahrain's youth integrate and succeed in the global economy.