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Swiss NGO UniRef with Al Badie group all set to provide education to Refugees

by Evan Nasseri Seo Expert

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

4th April 2019 - After the survey report that made it apparent that less than one percent of people prime three refugee camps of Jordan, those are Zaatari, Azraq, and Emirati-Jordanian camp get facilities of advanced education the need of interference was quite felt. It looked a serious matter as there are more than 750,000 refugees in Jordan.  

Addressing the issue, UniRef, which is a Swiss International Humanitarian organization, came up with a model to provide education for the refugees. To make this model a reality, the support of global and local groups was crucial. Along with UniRef, Isra University, the major funding was offered by the Emirati trade conglomerate Al Badie Group.

Specifically, the credit behind the funding made by Al Badie Group is given to Dr. Yaseen Al Kamas, who is said to be playing the pivotal character in liaising between the Geneva-based UniRef and Uni Ref’s founder Mrs. Yvelyene and Mr. Bryan Wood. The founders of Uni Ref praised his role.

About The Person:
Swiss NGO UniRef’s effort to provide higher education to NGOs was hugely supported by Al Badie Group’s COO Dr. Yaseen Alkamas. Mrs. Yvelyne and Mr. Bryan R. Wood, the founders of UniRef are thus in all praise of Dr. Yaseen. More than 750000 people will be benefitted through this effort.  

For more information, please visit https://yaseenalkamas.wordpress.com/2018/06/06/a-swiss-charity-organization-joins-efforts-with-a-uae-company-to-make-university-education-available-to-refugees/


Media Contact:
Name: Dr. Yaseen Al Kamas
Date of Birth: 27 December 1964
Email: yaseenalkamas@gmail.com
Category: Financial

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