Beirut | The Lebanese I Read Association has signed an agreement with Talal Abu-Ghazaleh Technology (TAGTech), one of Talal Abu-Ghazaleh Global’s companies, to support the association’s distance learning process in many Lebanese public schools due to coronavirus. pandemic.

The agreement was signed on behalf of the association by its president, Ms. Lubna Khalil, and on behalf of Talal Abu-Ghazaleh Technology Company, its CEO in Lebanon, Mr. Burhan Al-Ashkar.
Under the agreement, Abu-Ghazaleh Technologies will provide its latest dual-SIM tablets to third grade students of seven public schools in the capital, Beirut and Mount Lebanon, in the first phase: Uruguay Public School, Tariq Second Intermediate School, Bast First School and Third Intermediate Burj Hammoud School, Al Shahid Abdel Karim Al Khalil Intermediate School, Omar Al Zaani Intermediate School at Omar Fakhoury Primary School.
Ms. stated. Lubna Khalil expressed his satisfaction with the partnership with Talal Abu-Ghazaleh Global in supporting the education process and said: “As a result of this cooperation, 700 tablets were obtained, which were directly distributed to seven public schools in Beirut and Mount Lebanon.”
Khalil pointed out that the “I Read” association collaborates with the Ministry of Education and Higher Education in many areas that meet the interests of students, and the BATA project is partnered with Swiss Caritas and funded by the Swiss Agency. for Development and Cooperation. The SDC and the Catholic Relief and Development Organization CORDAID are required to support emergency response training. Explosion in Beirut with the safety of the aforementioned devices, added that the association is always working to make more efforts that will help alleviate the suffering of distance learning students and improve the level of formal education in Lebanon .
For his part, Mr. Burhan Al-Ashkar expressed his pride and pride that the advanced Taj Tech devices, designed and made by Arab minds and weapons, are in the hands of the students to support them in their scientific path through distance learning.
Al-Ashkar added that the goal of the Reading Association to support distance education is in line with the guidance of His Majesty Dr. Talal Abu-Ghazaleh, President and Founder of Talal Abu-Ghazaleh Global, who expressed at an education conference held in Beirut in 2018 year, the need to move to education instead of traditional education and move to the next stage- distance learning and preparing the infrastructure for it, before it’s all too late. And he pointed out that a year later, the Corona pandemic forced the entire world to switch to distance learning.
Talal Abu-Ghazaleh Technology offers high-quality smart devices that are comparable to international products in terms of features and high performance, as well as competitive prices at its exhibitions in Lebanon, Arab world and the world, where it produces more than 15 different types of laptops, tablets and smartphones.
As for the Ana Ikra association, it is an independent non-profit organization that encourages reading and self-study in Lebanese public schools. It is aimed at elementary students and young children, especially in less affluent schools. He also strives to build the capacity of teachers and administrators in these schools to improve education and learning in general. The association also provides training in emergency services in accordance with the National Education Strategy and the standards of the Global Network of Emergency Education Network.

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