Tuesday, 2 Jun 2020
Meethaq trains over 10,500 school students in ‘Little Investor’ programme

Meethaq trains over 10,500 college college students in ‘Little Investor’ programme

Muscat – 

Meethaq, the pioneer of Islamic banking in Oman from Bank Muscat, in keeping with the financial institution’s imaginative and prescient ‘To serve you better, everyday’ and dedication to selling sustainable growth, efficiently concluded the 2018 ‘Little Investor’ programme for varsity college students all governorates within the sultanate. With the conclusion of this system, a complete of over 10,500 college students have been educated in monetary literacy throughout the sultanate.

The ‘Little Investor’ monetary literacy programme succeeded in organising over 370 session masking over 130 colleges, with the contribution of over 170 lecturers and the participation of over 140 volunteers.

Targetting college college students, the ‘Little Investor’ monetary literacy programme was launched final yr by Meethaq, in affiliation with the Ministry of Education and Injaz Oman. The programme geared toward creating a wholesome financial savings behavior in addition to entrepreneurial abilities from an early age, which was notably recognised after the completion of the programme.

The ‘Little Investor’ programme is a core part of the Imprints CSR initiative launched by the financial institution. Reaching out to the nation towards the backdrop of prevailing financial and social scenario, the Imprints initiative seeks to unite folks in making a distinction in reciprocating to what the nation has given them. The 4 pillars of the Imprints initiative are targeted on programmes to inculcate monetary literacy, promote sustainable tourism, maintain inexperienced setting and encourage enriched life-style.

Injaz Oman is a not-for-profit organisation targeted on enhancing the talents of youth for participation within the economic system by bridging the hole between information acquired via schooling and abilities required for the job market. Injaz helps college students to develop management, entrepreneurial abilities, problem-solving, communication and comfortable abilities via a collection of workshops carried out by volunteers.

The Ministry of Education is represented by the National Centre for Vocational Guidance within the ‘Little Investor’ programme. At a time when Islamic finance is consolidating its position in supporting financial and social growth, Meethaq reckons sustainable social growth as an awesome alternative to enhance the nation’s progress and growth. Meethaq stays dedicated to social accountability initiatives contributing to sustainable growth in Oman. Meethaq is properly positioned to offer Islamic monetary experience to various segments and thereby promote the nice of society as a complete. Meethaq has adopted the perfect practices in Islamic banking and finance worldwide to mix a sturdy mannequin which protects prospects and enhances the Islamic banking business.

Information Source: Muscat Daily

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