Jordan Ahli Bank sponsors Model United nations Conference at National Orthodox School in Amman
- Jordan: Sunday, February 17 - 2013 at 11:12
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As part of its ongoing aims to play a pivotal role in youth empowerment, Jordan Ahli Bank recently sponsored the Model United Nations Conference which was held at the National Orthodox School in Amman (NOSMUN Conference).
Taking on the structure and format of a United Nations General Assembly meeting, the conference enabled participants to discuss pressing Social,National, and International issues. Its proceedings also shed light on the different duties and policies adopted by the United Nations. Taking on the roles of United Nations delegates and ambassadors, students were also exposed to a unique experience in which they were able to discuss world issues first hand.
Jordan Ahli Bank management stated that the bank is always keen on sponsoring events that empower youth. The MUN conference takes on an important space in the Bank's agenda as it presents an effective platform for youth and decision makers to come together in a space that allows for a healthy exchange of ideas. Furthermore, this event enables youth to learn more about the practical world, thus effectively preparing them to take on a pivotal role of responsibility in their country's future.
During the event's proceedings Jordan Ahli Bank represented by Rania Nasrawi, Executive Manager of Marketing and Corporate Communicationsalso received a plaque of recognition for its sponsorship.
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