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Al Nayzak concludes “Badir” program and releases creative student projects

Ramallah: Al Nayzak for Supportive Education and Scientific Innovation, in partnership with The U.S Consulate General in Jerusalem, has launched an interactive education app that was developed by 39 Palestinian teachers within “STEM Teachers Excellence in Practice” Program which is implemented in the West Bank, Jerusalem and Gaza. The android app was launched at Al Nayzak Entrepreneurship Conference 2016 with the attendance of over 150 of Al Nayzak teachers and students at the Red Crescent Society Headquarters in Al Bireh.

Nablus:- Al Nayzak for Supportive Education and Scientific Innovation opened the first factory for innovative agricultural equipment in Palestine as part of its “Made in Palestine” Incubator which is implemented in partnership with Diakonia. The program aims to develop Palestinian economy and bridge scientific research with industrial and business markets. The event took place in Aqrabanyeh village near Nablus to celebrate years of investment in scientific and technological entrepreneurship.

Washington – Ramallah:- For the fourth consecutive year, Al Nayzak for Supportive Education and Scientific Innovation concludes the activities of it Palestinian delegation to the United States after 10 days of exploration and innovation.

Hebron – Dura: Al Nayzak for Supportive Education and Scientific Innovation in partnership with UNICEF and with funding by the Japanese Representative Office to the PA, launched six innovation labs in Gaza, Hebron, Dura, Jerusalem, Nablus and Abu Dis. The launching came in two ceremonies for the innovation labs in Dura and Hebron within the second cycle of Badir – Initiate Program.

Ramallah: Al Nayzak Organization for Supportive Education and Scientific Innovation, under the auspices of Palestinian Prime Minister Dr. Rami Hamdallah, and in partnership with the Higher Council for Innovation and Excellence, the Smithsonian Institute, the University of Marilyn and NASA Agency, and with funding from the American Consulate General in Jerusalem, announced the winners of the Palestinian Science and Technology Entrepreneurship Program - S.T.E.P. 2016.