KIPCO continues its support for ‘The Protégés’

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A trip to exercise students’ mind and body

Abeer Al Omar

KUWAIT CITY, July 22: announcing for the sixth consecutive year, Kuwait Projects Company (Holding) (KIPCO) will be joining The Protégés as a strategic partner on their annual trip this year taking place in Swansea, Wales represented by Ms Abeer Al Omar Director of Corporate Social Responsibility. The Protégés is a mentorship program designed to positively impact youth and push them towards owning their potential.

The trips are designed to exercise the students mind and body, every day starts with an early morning workout that helps the students develop healthy lifestyle choices and includes many cultural and social experiences that allow students to hone and develop their potential with the help of their mentors. “The Protégé program has proved to deliver extraordinary young individuals full of potential, we are excited to see what the Generation 8 Protégés will come up with, and we proudly continue to empower Kuwait’s youth in owning their own success”, said Abeer Al Omar Director of Corporate Social Responsibility at KIPCO. KIPCO’s operations extend across the Middle East and North African regions, from the Atlantic Ocean to the Arabian Sea.

With holdings in sectors such as financial services, media, manufacturing and real-estate, KIPCO Group comprises over 60 companies and employs over 16,000 people in 24 countries. Founded in 1975, KIPCO has since become one of the MENA region’s most successful companies. As one of the region’s most successful companies, KIPCO is committed to making a social contribution in the countries where we operate. The company has identified three areas for development: education, youth welfare and healthcare. KIPCO has developed a series of initiatives in these areas to enhance the quality of community life. For more information kindly contact: Abeer Al Omar, Director of Corporate Social Responsibility, e-mail: [email protected]

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