Riyadh, October 20, 2020: Advanced Electronics Company (AEC) signed a cooperation agreement with the Children with Disability Association (DCA) to provide support to the charitable organization’s initiatives under its educational program Moubadarati. The agreement was signed by Mr. Abdulaziz bin Abdullah Al-Duailej, CEO of AEC, and Dr. Ahmad bin Abdulaziz Al-Tamimi, Executive Director of DCA.
The agreement forms part of AEC’s ongoing commitment to serving and developing the community in which it operates, thereby contributing to national prosperity. It seeks to strengthen the company’s partnerships with various government and private organizations in the Kingdom to create and sustain a better world for all by providing the necessary support for the advancement of the less fortunate in society and the care and rehabilitation of children with special needs. The agreement also aims to highlight the important role the private sector plays in developing an inclusive society and promoting a culture of social responsibility.
Commenting on the agreement, Mr. Abdulaziz bin Abdullah Al- Duailej, CEO of AEC, said: “We are delighted to sign this distinguished partnership agreement through which we will work with DCA to enable young people with disability to overcome their challenges and flourish in society. We aim to contribute through the educational program Moubadarati to make them strong and independent and integrate them into the community. This comes in recognition of the importance of education, which is considered today the best investment for the future generation on which the country relies tremendously. Together we will strive to provide the necessary support through this initiative to achieve the goals of AEC and DCA and to create a thriving inclusive society where rights of all sections are respected and ensured.”
For his part, Dr. Ahmad bin Abdulaziz Al-Tamimi, Executive Director of DCA, expressed his thanks and appreciation to AEC for supporting this initiative and stated: “Moubadarati program is one of the bridges of communication with distinguished business partners and companies, and it is characterized by an advanced concept of charitable work at the level of our beloved country. The program enables continuous cooperation between the association - which earned the trust of those benefiting from its services - and private-sector institutions to support its programs, thus contributing to the integration of efforts and the expansion of the development work circle.”
It is worth noting that the Moubadarati program is created by the association to enhance community participation for both individuals and companies. The program includes three categories, which are Moubadarati for Therapeutic Rehabilitation (therapeutic), Moubadarati Education (for educational care), and Moubadarati Specialization (comprehensive), and it contributes to providing educational, therapeutic and rehabilitative services to more than 4,000 boys and girls through a system of 11 centers spread across various regions of the Kingdom.