EWBI, ISESCO Sign Memorandum of Understanding

Educators without Borders International |

Educators without Borders International (EWBI) and Islamic World Educational, Scientific, and Cultural Organization (ISESCO) signed, on Thursday, January 30th 2020, a memorandum of understanding during the 40th session of the ISESCO Executive Council in the United Arab Emirates capital, Abu Dhabi, aiming to enhance cooperation in areas of mutual interest through the development of public education institutions in places of crisis and doing everything in the scope of international cooperation with prestigious bodies, organizations and scientific centers in the academic, scientific, research, cultural, training, and voluntary development fields.

The memorandum was signed by Her Excellency Dr. Karima Matar AlMazroui, Chairwoman of EWBI, and His Excellency Dr. Salem bin Mohammed AlMalik, Director General of Islamic World Educational, Scientific, and Cultural Organization.

This memorandum seeks to activate cooperation programs, achieve fruitful cooperation between the two parties and develop frameworks of mutual understanding in the mechanisms of the educational process through exchanging experiences in the field of charitable and non-profit cooperation in the areas to be worked out according to the strategic vision.

According to the memorandum between EWBI and ISESCO, the experiences of ISESCO are used to achieve the vision of EWB of the pivotal roles of education in leading the countries of the Islamic world and its society towards achieving the desired renaissance through comprehensive and sustainable development.

ISESCO is considered an international organization. It aims to use the countries of the Islamic world for information technology in the field of education for a modern school and a developed educational system that uses multiple applications and digital software.

It is worth mentioning that Educators without Borders International is an international organization based in Geneva, concerned with providing educational services for children in affected regions, and improving training services in crisis areas.