Mawhiba deputy chief: King’s prize for inventors and talented supports being transformed into a Knowledge Community
Published 21 Aug 2010
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Riyadh, e-Media: Deputy chief of King Abdulaziz and his companions foundation for Giftedness and creativity “Mawhiba” Prince Faisal Bin Abdullah Bin Mohamed expresses thankfulness and gratitude to the Monarch, the Crown Prince and the Second deputy for approving the Cabinet’s resolution dedicated to honoring gifted and talented people. He pointed out that the prize supports the King’s vision urging innovation and talents so that the Kingdom can be transformed into a Knowledge Community with a continuous march of achievements in all aspects of life. The Kingdom has enjoyed a technological and information advancement especially that the King has supported the Kingdom’s message which focuses on appreciating sciences and Ulema, he stated. Saudi innovators, he said, feels gratitude to the King for his keen interest to push the Kingdom for more development. Such a prize will urge innovators to exert more efforts and achieve more progress in all areas of life. On his part, the Secretary General of Mawhiba, Dr. Khaled bin Abdullah Al-Sabty pointed out that the Kingdom has been rich in Ulema, innovators, talented and gifted to be boasted by the Kingdom as they reinforce the Kingdom’s intellectual wealth and innovations.
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