The Jordan Crown Prince Foundation (CPF) on Wednesday signed a memorandum of understanding with Eureka Tech Academy to boost the youth’s capacities in education and technology. The deal was inked by CPF’s CEO Tamam Mango and Eureka’s Founder Afnan Ali. Under the agreement, the two sides will share information about their projects and provide educational opportunities through initiatives and programs including CPF’s Idea Factory and One Million Jordanian Coders. Eureka’s Jordanian Commando Teams Project.
Through this partnership, CPF can reach out to more young people. Eureka’s customers will be introduced to CPF’s projects and encouraged to participate. The initiatives will, in turn, be headed by outstanding individuals. It was only through collaboration with a number of major institutions, including the Crown Prince Foundation, that Eureka was able to establish a technological nucleus for a new generation of Jordanians.
They will continue to work together to prepare school students for successful careers in the technological fields of the future. Eureka is a Tech Academy that is designed to teach young people aged 6 to 16 how to be inventors and engineers step-by-step. It is the first of its kind in the Arab world and runs on a scientific program that emphasizes the advancement of technological education and engineering.