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Alba hosts youth from the Royal Academy of Police, Bahrain

The visits were part of Royal Academy of Police (RAP)’s seventh Summer Camp

Aluminium Bahrain B.S.C. (Alba), one of the leading national companies in Bahrain, hosted youth in the age group of 12-17 years from the Royal Academy of Police (RAP) as part of the Academy’s seventh Summer Camp.

Launched in 2009 following directives from His Royal Highness Prince Salman bin Hamad Al Khalifa, the Crown Prince, Deputy Supreme Commander and First Deputy Prime Minister, the Summer Camp aims to hone Bahrain youngsters’ talents and develop them in all mental, physical and psychological fields in order to be effective members in their society.

This year, the Interior Ministry, in cooperation with Tamkeen, organised a programme of visits to leading national companies and archaeological sites for the participants in the RAP Summer Camp.

Alba welcomed the RAP children who visited the Company in five different batches over the previous three weeks. The youngsters were given a tour of the smelter and explained about its operations to give them a better understanding of one of the world’s leading smelters. They were also shown a short film about Alba’s history and briefed about its safety, environment and health policies.

Alba was presented with a token of appreciation for its support towards the RAP Summer Camp. Speaking about these visits, Alba’s Director for Administration, Abdul Rahman Janahi said: “As one of the leading national companies in Bahrain, Alba continuously supports programmes and events that develop the youth of the Kingdom. We hope that through these visits, the young people are inspired to discover career opportunities within the aluminium industry.”