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Haifa – Jerusalem: Welfare Association and Al Nayzak Organization for Supportive Education and Scientific Innovation launched a new technology lab in Hiwar Independent School for Alternative Education in Haifa, as part of Al Nayzak’s “Thinking – Technology” program, a distinct educational technology program that is implemented inside 28 Palestinian schools in the West Bank, Gaza, Jerusalem, and now Haifa.

Washington – Ramallah: Al Nayzak ambassadors in Science and Technology to the United States visited the Palestinian Liberation Organization delegation in Washington D.C. During their visit, the students met withHis Excellency Mr. HakamTakash, First Secretary/Consular Affairs, Ms. Nadia Ghanam, Director of Community Relations and Outreach, Mr. Jared Markland, Congressional Affairs Officer, and Ms. Caroline Katba, Media Affairs Coordinator. The delegation staff explained the various services and support that the delegation offers to the Palestinian community and the Palestinian cause in the United States of America, while the studentsintroduced their scientific and technological projects.

Jerusalem: Al Nayzak for Supportive Education and Scientific Innovation and the National Conservatory of Music concluded yesterday in Jerusalem the activities of the science and music summer camp: “Techno-Music Camp”. The camp aimed to create a program that combines entertainment and recreation through music on one hand, and applied scientific education and innovation on the other.

Ramallah- Al Nayzak Organization and Welfare Association jointly launched on Wednesday the Bridge Program, as part of an official launching and press conference, which took place in conjunction with the launch in Gaza. The event was attended by a number of partner institutions and civil service organizations, as well as various news agencies. The ceremony included introductory remarks by partner organizations, a brief description of the Bridge program, followed by an open space for questions and inquiries.

Ramallah: Al Nayzak Organization and Welfare Association Signed yesterday an MOU for launching and running Bridge program. The program aims to develop the capabilities of promising Palestinian high school students in order to increase their chances of acceptance in world renowned universities. On behalf of the organizations Dr. Tafida Jarbawi, General Director of Welfare association, and Eng. Aref Husseini, Founder and Board Chairman of Al Nayzak Organization, signed the MOU.

Al Nayzak Organization for Supportive Education and Scientific Innovation in partnership with the Higher Council for Innovation and Excellence and the American Consulate General in Jerusalem announced the names of the winners in the national exhibition and competition of the Palestinian Science and Technology Entrepreneurship Program - S.T.E.P. 2015.

As Part of "Thinking - Technology" Program, Al Nayzak and Welfare Association opens a Technology Lab in Halima Khriesha School, in partnership with the Ministry of Education and funded by Palestinian Islamic Bank.

Ramallah: Al Nayzak Organization for Supportive Education and Scientific Innovation launched its annual program S.T.E.P through a promotional campaign and a series of introductory workshops which were attended by thousands of students and teachers in 16 directorates in West Bank and Jerusalem...

The 'Science Days Palestine’ (SDP) 2014 was launched on 12 November at the Palestine Red Crescent Society in Al-Bireh for one month, including the Science Film Festival (SFF)...

As Part of "Thinking - Technology" Program, Al Nayzak and Welfare Association opens a Technology Lab in Friends School for boys, in partnership with the Ministry of Education.

Pitching entrepreneurial projects in Science and Technology as part of “Made in Palestine” incubator and Program 2014

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