Imdaad signs MoA with Al nokhba Model School
Imdaad and Al nokhba Model School hope to encourage pupils across the UAE to pursue STEM studies in higher learning as well as inspire reading
Integrated facilities management company Imdaad will be converting a hall at a school’s campus into a science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) laboratory and a library.
Imdaad signed a memorandum of agreement (MoA) with Al nokhba Model School to formalise the joint public-private venture.
Jamal Abdullah Lootah, CEO, Imdaad, said: “By building this upcoming new best-in-class STEM laboratory and library, both Imdaad and Al nokhba Model School hope to encourage pupils across the UAE to pursue STEM studies in higher learning as well as inspire reading.
“The laboratory will be equipped with advanced and cutting-edge tools essential to nurturing the skills of our young students.
“Students nationwide will have access to the modern facility once its construction is completed, and we are confident that it will draw a great number of learners from all over the country.
“Through this joint project with Al nokhba Model School, we look forward to reinforcing inquiry-based science education in the country, which in turn will make our children more knowledgeable about science-related issues.”
Bushra Salem AlShoumi, principle, Al nokhba School, added: “We believe that partnerships with socially responsible organisations such as Imdaad are vital to ensuring that our students have access to all the tools and facilities necessary for them to succeed professionally and personally.
“We appreciate Imdaad’s extraordinary efforts to help us provide a strong background in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics to learners across the country while encouraging them to take up reading as an important lifelong habit.
“Our upcoming STEM laboratory is a testament to the great things that the education and private sectors can achieve together, and how forging a bright future for youths is a mission we can and should all partake in.”