The Gulf Sustainability and CSR Awards are taking place in Dubai on February 20, and ahead of the gala event, CXM World is profiling the submissions by finalists that will be presented to judges. Here we offer insight into entrants competing in the Learning and Education Programmes category.
The Saudi Economic and Development Company is being judged on its ‘Riyali’ programme, a ground-breaking financial literacy scheme that aims to provide Saudi youth with the skills to develop a successful economic future for the country.
ENEC will present judges with details of their Energy Pioneers programme, which aims to create a qualified workforce for the nuclear energy industry, tackling the major human capital challenge currently faced by the UAE.
The UAE firm’s support of the National Growth Midset Initiative YANMU in Saudi Arabia aims to “empower the next generation of leaders” by building confidence in the country’s youth.
The Dubai-based global logistics firm will fill judges in on its CSR Programme, in which they have invested in over 2,360 community projects in over 80 countries. Global education drives are a particular specialty of the firm’s passionate employees.
In this category, Dubai Municipality has been shortlisted for its ‘Innovations from Waste’ competition, which aims to encourage waste segregation from source and recycling.
Du are hoping their University Learning Framework earns them a win in this category. The communications firm has added the School of Technology and Contact Center Academy within the framework, which aims to train staff to better serve customers.
The shipbuilding firm is shortlisted here for its partnership with the Abdulaziz bin Humaid Leadership Program, which seeks to train and develop future community leaders right across the GCC.