As an extension of its annual initiatives, Orange Jordan honored the top students who excelled in the General Secondary School Examination (Tawjihi) across the kingdom in an event that was broadcasted on Jordan TV’s “Yised Sabahak” Program.
The event aimed to celebrate the students’ distinguished success and to pay attribute to their efforts, considering the challenges that they have encountered to continue their education in unusual circumstances due to the Coronavirus pandemic.
Orange Jordan offered its exclusive sponsorship for the virtual press conference of the 2019-2020 Tawjihi Results Announcement, by providing the Ministry of Education with video conferencing solutions and covering it through its social media platforms. During the conference, the Minister of Education, Dr. Tayseer Nueimi, announced the results, communicated with the students and media representatives and praised Orange Jordan’s active role in facilitating holding the event by providing the ministry with the needed infrastructure.
Orange Jordan granted the outstanding students several gifts that included: a free 12-month subscription of YO 10 prepaid line, which is featured with its 25 GB internet bundle, and unlimited calls on all local networks, a one-year of free subscription on a 120 MB/s Fiber line, and JD150 balance in Orange Money e-wallet.
The company was keen to select the gifts carefully to meet the youth’s needs for advanced internet and communication solutions. The YO lines are so popular among the youth because of the diverse and inclusive options, while the Fiber, is the fastest and most powerful internet solution that serves the different needs. On the other hand, Orange Money, Orange’s e-wallet, facilitates the performance of financial transactions, especially with the increasing importance of e-payment.
The CEO of Orange Jordan Thierry Marigny said: “We are proud of the results achieved by the Tawjihi students, and how they excelled and succeeded by adapting to emergent circumstances”
Marigny stressed that the company is keen to carry out this initiative every year through which it provides advanced communication solutions top Tawjihi achievers to encourage educational excellence and support youth in the Kingdom, noting that it is stemmed from its corporate social responsibility strategy and its role as a responsible digital leader.
Mr. Marigny affirmed that the company is committed to enhancing youth’s participation in the socio-economic development, especially by encouraging the culture of excellence and deploying modern technology to elevate the educational outcomes for a better future, through its programs and collaboration with various educational institutions in the Kingdom.
He also pointed out that Orange Jordan offered the student the opportunity to benefit from Orange Money services, which deploy technology to ease all life aspects and save time and effort.
The Chief Consumer Market Officer, Mrs. Naila Al Dawoud, said that by honoring Tawjihi students, Orange Jordan seeks to offer them the best solutions to benefit from the online experiences and telecom services, noting that the company’s different, added-value, initiatives that tackled e-learning has shown its commitment towards education, especially in the time of remote education.