In an effort to reach mutual objectives by motivating youth while exploring new opportunities and economical horizons, INJAZ, a non-profit Jordanian organization, has recently renewed a strategic partnership with the UK charitable initiative "Mosaic". Recently at INJAZ offices, Jonathan Freeman, Managing Director of Mosaic, and Mrs. Deema Bibi; INJAZ CEO signed a memorandum of Understanding entailing the partnership to deliver the "Enterprise Business Challenge" program in Jordan.
Throughout this valuable partnership and driven by INJAZ’s mission to motivate and prepare young Jordanians to become productive members of the society and succeed in a global economy, INJAZ will implement the "Enterprise Business Challenge" program in Jordan, distributed across the North, Middle and South of the Kingdom. Noteworthy, the "Enterprise Business Challenge" program embodies an innovative concept of trainings through the "Computer Simulation Training" technique; which will be given to schools throughout six sessions, where students will interactively deal with an online simulator program to create and manage their own companies and perform financial transactions and trading. The students will be supported by volunteer mentors, who have been trained by INJAZ and Mosaic. INJAZ first started in 1999 as a USAID funded program and in 2001 it became an independent non-profit Jordanian organization in an event held under the patronage of Her Majesty Queen Rania Al Abdullah with the mission of inspiring and preparing youth to become productive members of their society and accelerate the development of the national economy.
Since its inception, INJAZ has successfully reached around one million beneficiaries across the kingdom through its network of dedicated volunteers and its partners from the private, public, and civic society sectors.
Founded by HRH the Prince of Wales in 2007, Mosaic’s mission is to create opportunities for young people of all backgrounds growing up in the UK’s most deprived communities, championed by Muslims and harnessing the power of positive thinking. Mosaic links young people with positive role models, to boost their confidence, self efficacy and long-term employability. As well as its work in the UK, Mosaic operates an International Leadership program, equipping delegates to be a positive part of their local communities.