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Ayla Oasis Development Company announced the launch of the sixth Edition of the Takreem initiative, along with its expansion in a new format that includes two tracks: “The Ideas Theater” and ” Noon Competition,” which was introduced in the fifth Edition. Registration for this season will begin on May 1st and continue until 31st of July for “The Ideas Theater” and for 25th of May for “Noon Competition” through the official website for Takreem www.takreemayla.com
Ayla’s sponsorship of the Takreem initiative for the sixth year, comes as part of developing its corporate social responsibility efforts in Aqaba and on a local scale that focuses on strengthening Jordan’s creativity within the region as well as enhancing the youth, education, research, and innovation sectors within the Kingdom.
Through “The Ideas Theater”, the initiative aims to shed light on the passion and creativity of school and university students, teachers, and the local community and to also motivate, highlight, and maintain distinguished students’ efforts to create unique educational, cultural, and artistic activities.
Takreem committee has opened registration to apply to “The Ideas Theater” from the Takreem initiative to all community sectors ranging from the ages of 15 years old and above. The applicants will present their projects or ideas in front of a judging panel that includes professionals and an audience from the local community.
“The Ideas Theater” aims to promote creativity and innovation across all sectors of the community, with a focus on driving positive change. The initiative seeks to encourage creative individual and group initiatives and highlight the positive impact they can have on social and educational skill development. It also aims to foster a competitive spirit and promote education, research, design, and production, as well as the use of digital tools and applied sciences that can improve everyday life. Ultimately, the initiative seeks to break down intellectual barriers between different community sectors and promote a collaborative culture.
“Noon Competition”, on the other hand, is an educational challenge for students in Aqaba that targets students in grades eight and nine. The Takreem initiative committee will distribute the material to students before the competition, the material contains general information that. This material is prepared by a voluntary committee that has experience in teaching, training, and innovation.
“Noon Competition” aims to encourage students to develop their social and cognitive skills outside of the school curriculum. It asks numerous questions related to Islamic studies, Arabic, geography, history, mathematics, and oceanography to develop cognitive skills. In addition to developing cognitive skills, it also aims in evolving observation, concentration, visual, and language skills. Also focusing on senses and puzzles.
Ayla’s Corporate Social Responsibility Manager, Derar Jawarneh, announced the launch of the sixth season of the initiative that focuses on qualitative paths and topics that enhance the cognitive abilities and qualitative skills of the targeted groups, enriching the spirit of competition, initiative, innovation and highlighting the initiatives that achieve community development.
On her part, Takreem initiative’s Coordinator, Sakhaa Al-Shamayleh, confirmed that the Takreem initiative, in its sixth season and with its new format, continues to develop its paths toward its goal of promoting the spirit of competition, leadership, research, and community service, and developing implementable projects and ideas to serve scientific, academic, and research matters.