Today, Tuesday, the Fund for Cleanliness and Improvement in Wadi Hadhramaut and the Desert honored the national trainer, Mr. Omar Ahmed Baraja, Executive Director of the A Baraja Foundation for Educational Resources, Technologies and Training, for his efforts and the Foundation. partnership with the Purity Fund in the implementation of the project “My Resources from My Waste” and other projects on recycling waste and training on transforming it into resources and innovations.
The honoring was sponsored by engineer Omar Saleh Salim, General Director of the Cleaning and Improvement Foundation in Hadhramaut Valley and the Desert, and in the presence of his deputy Omar Saadan Khaba, Engineer Ali Muhammad Salem Barjaa, Director of the Technical and Environmental Department of the Foundation, and some cadres and directors of the Cleaning Fund departments in the Valley and the Desert.
Engineer Omar Saleh Salim, Director General of the Fund for Cleanliness and Improvement in Wadi Hadhramaut and the Desert, said: “We honor the A. Baraja Foundation for Educational Aids, Technologies and Training by honoring the Executive Director of the Foundation, the national trainer , A. Omar Ahmed Baraja, in exchange for our partnership with the Foundation in many environmental awareness activities, including The Green Art Project and the Waseliti Project of My Waste, which depended on devoting the principle of recycling waste and reusing it in making aesthetic models. , educational aids, and making natural colors. In general, they are environmentally friendly works. We hope to continue the partnership with the A Baraja Foundation and the national trainer, Omar Ahmed Baraja, in producing more creative works. Serving the local environment in Wadi Hadhramaut and the desert, we here present this shield in honor and gratitude for these distinguished efforts of the A Baraja Foundation for Educational Aids, Technologies and Training and its executive director, the national coach, Mr. Omar Ahmed Barajaa.”
Mr. Omar Ahmed Barjaa, Executive Director of the A Baraja Foundation for Educational Aids, Technologies and Training, explained that the Foundation’s partnership with the Fund for Cleaning and Improvement in the Valley and the Desert, Hadhramaut, is one of the quality partnerships through which the Baraja Foundation aims to achieve a positive trend in society towards cleanliness and the environment, and the My Wasila from My Waste project is one of those projects. The mission was carried out in the basic education schools of the city of Sayun, where the project was carried out in three stages, thank God.
He added that the project achieved impressive results by training 22 male and female teachers in the skills of designing and producing educational aids from local environmental raw materials and waste, as well as forming groups of friends of the medium and the environment in their schools. , a follow-up team was formed, consisting of the Fund for Cleaning and Improvement, the A Baraja Foundation, and the Department of Education, Sayun Directorate. Schools are visited to measure the impact of the project and see the progress of the groups’ work, while evaluation of the work done by the male and female students who are members of the groups in the schools.
Omar Baraja ended his speech by thanking and praising Engineer Omar Saleh Salim, General Manager of the Fund for Cleaning and Improvement in the Valley, for the unlimited efforts and support he gave in the success of the project, and also thanking Engineer Ali Baraja , Director of the Technical Department of the Fund, for the continuous efforts with us in the project, and let us not forget especially education in the Valley. Mr. Fahmi Al-Amiri, Director of School Activities in the Office, and also Mr. Mr. Khaled. Belfas, Director of Seiyun Education and Head of the Education Department in Seiyun Education, Mr. Muhammad Mohsen Al-Amri.