Crown Prince Foundation Launches ‘Naua Platform’
The Crown Prince Foundation on Monday launched the Naua Platform, a new initiative aimed at implementing His Royal Highness Crown Prince Hussein’s vision of motivating sustainable community service among Jordanian youth.
The initiative aims to raise the level of charitable and development work in the Kingdom and spread the culture of giving through electronically linking donors and volunteers with charities, and enabling them to donate and volunteer within a clear framework to measure the social impact, demonstrate and document the activities of the charities according to the highest standards of transparency.
The platform was launched in a press conference held at the Foundation’s headquarters, which was attended by the Executive Director of the Crown Prince Foundation, Tamam Mango, Executive Director of the “Naua Platform” Ahmed Zu’bi, and representatives of the media.
Mango said that the platform was designed to offer solutions to the many challenges facing charity institutions, on the one hand, and individuals and companies willing to donate or volunteer, on the other, which will have a positive impact on the beneficiaries of these societies and supporters.
Zu’bi also pointed out that Naua Platform aims to increase charitable work and develop a sense of social responsibility in the Kingdom, adding that its launch was to raise awareness about social development issues and to serve as a connection between social service activists, including individuals, companies, societies and all relevant partners.
He said that efforts during the coming period will focus on enhancing charitable work in the Kingdom and expanding the “circle of giving toward achieving an effective sector in both action and achievement.”
Zu’bi thanked the founding partners of the community-based private sector initiative, whose support was the cornerstone “of building the platform and ensuring its sustainability.”
Source: Jordan News Agency