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Jafza and Danube Group Inaugurate First Classroom under New Partnership

 

Jafza and Danube Group Inaugurate First Classroom under New Partnership
Over 1000 students registered till date

Dubai, United Arab Emirates 25 May, 2017: Jebel Ali Free Zone (Jafza), a DP World Company and the UAE’s flagship trade and logistics hub for the Middle East region and Africa and Danube Group along with representative of the CDA have formally inaugurated the first classroom at the Jafza south zone to train and develop unskilled workers in the free zone at the Danube Welfare Center.

The ceremony took place in the presence of Mohammed Al Muallem, CEO of Jafza and Senior Vice President & Managing Director of DP World – UAE Region, CEO of CDA Dr. Omar Al Muthanna and Rizwan Sajan, Founder and Chairman of Danube Group, in the presence of other senior officials. The classroom will be used to deliver free seminar, lectures and a comprehensive curriculum on Basic English, personality development and computer skills.

Rizwan Sajan, Founder and Chairman of Danube Group said, “We are extremely pleased to have the opening of the first classroom soon after the MoU sighing. I truly believe this is a great initiative undertaken to help the blue-collar workers learn English and better themselves. We look forward to a long and fruitful relationship with Jafza and plan on opening many more centres in collaboration with them.”

Earlier this year, Jafza signed a MoU with Danube Welfare Centre post which motivational talks and registrations were conducted to help workers enrol for the classes. In sort span of three-weeks over 1000 students have been registered and have been assigned the classes.

The Danube Welfare Center was set up in 2012 to make contributions to society and to deliver a positive transformation in the lives of workers in Dubai. It is a non-profit social organisation licensed by the UAE’s Community Development Authority, offering a range of free training courses to help unskilled workers improve their language skills and further develop their careers. The initiative includes a three-month basic English language programme.