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    ICESCO Director-General meets second cohort of trainees from Misk Foundation at end of training

    12 March 2024

    Dr. Salim. M. AlMalik,  Director-General of the Islamic World Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (ICESCO), met with the second cohort of trainees from Mohammed bin Salman ‘MiSK’ Foundation in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, at the end of their ten-week training period at various sectors, departments and centers at the Organization. The training falls within the framework of cooperation and partnership between the Organization and the Foundation, in coordination with the Saudi National Commission for Education, Culture and Science.

    At the beginning of the meeting, held on Monday, March 11, 2024, at ICESCO headquarters in Rabat, in the presence of Dr. Abdelillah Benarafa, Deputy Director-General and several heads of sectors, departments and centers, Dr. AlMalik commended the efforts of the Misk Foundation youth and their outstanding performance during their training period, stating that they have succeeded in representing their country, the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.  The Director-General also commended the successful partnership among the Organization, the Saudi National Commission and Misk Foundation, manifested, among others, in this successful professional training. 

    Moreover, the Director-General stated that the Organization implements a number of training programs both at its headquarters and in its Member States, notably the Young Professionals Program and the Leadership Training for Peace and Security Program, targeting young people and women from the Islamic world at large. 

    The Director General also expressed his appreciation of the trainees’ views and ideas concerning ICESCO’s programs with the aim of developing the fields of education, science and culture in the Islamic world, stressing that the Organization will remain in contact with them and will examine the implementation of a number of these proposals in line with its future plans.

    For their part, the Misk Foundation youth expressed their delight at receiving training within the sectors, departments and centers of ICESCO, praising the great cooperation of the Organization’s experts and the training in a distinctive and open work environment that encouraged them to express their ideas freely and develop their skills and leadership abilities.

    At the close of the meeting, Dr. AlMalik presented the trainees with commemorative shields, in recognition of their efforts throughout the training period.

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