ENF Expands DAMAMAX Partnership

ENF Expands DAMAMAX Partnership

Amman, March 2018 – Elia Nuqul Foundation (ENF) announces expansion of strategic partnership with DAMAMAX providing more university scholarships for ENF scholars.

DAMAMAX provides university scholarships covering tuition fees and monthly transportation expenses for scholars selected by ENF within its recruiting systems and procedures. ENF will provide all necessary training for scholars enhancing their professional and personal skills and facilitating their entry into the labor market.

The agreement was signed by ENF Chairman of the Board of trustees Mr. Ghassan Nuqul, and DAMAMAX CEO Mr. Eyad Abu Zeid.

Mr. Ghassan Nuqul expressed the importance of renewing the agreement with DAMAMAX, especially in light of the success of the scholarship awarded to ENF scholar Foza Al Daraghmeh in the past years, which also gave her the opportunity to intern at DAMAMAX. He said “fruitful partnerships are the ones that achieve successional and accumulative successes. Expanding our strategic partnership with DAMAMAX represents our mutual intention in creating opportunities to our youth and enabling them to be productive and active members in their community”.

"DAMAMAX is honored to support ENF scholars, knowing that it aligns with the company's CSR initiatives which aim to promote education and innovation," said Mr. Eyad Abu Zeid, DAMAMAX CEO. He continued: “We believe that youth are the foundation of our future. It is our duty and our social responsibility to encourage talented young people to complete their academic education, to develop their skills, and to instill in them a hunger for continuous development so that they may become the leaders of the future.”

He added “our students are a positive force in the society, however, they are constantly faced with financial challenges. Private-sector companies should take the lead in facilitating their reach to higher education, help them face these challenges by providing them with financial support, and qualify them to enter the job market.”