Thursday 30/9/2021
26 entrepreneurs receive training within a regional project at Al-Ahliyya Amman University.

A specialized training course was held in the laboratories of Al-Ahliyya Amman University as part of the "Job Opportunities and Environmental Sustainability Using Nanotechnology Products for Grape Crops in the Mediterranean Region" project. Prof. Dr. Reda Al-Khawaldeh, Dean of the College of Agricultural Technology at the university, (President of the Jordan Society for Scientific Research, Entrepreneurship and Creativity), said that the course aims to help entrepreneurs design their ideas and establish their companies that are based on manufacturing products from grape waste using nanotechnology. He stressed the importance of training in building the capacity of the participants. He pointed out that the training in the laboratories of Al-Ahliyya Amman University is based on a cooperation agreement signed between the association and the university. The Dean of the Faculty of Pharmacy at Al-Ahliyya Amman University, Prof. Muhammad Al-Tanani, called on the participants to benefit from this training in developing their skills in order to develop distinguished ideas and pioneering projects, stressing that all necessary facilities are provided to them. The project, which is implemented by the association in cooperation with the European Union with the participation of several countries, aims to provide job opportunities for young people and promote sustainable economic, social and regional development in the Mediterranean region. It is noteworthy that 10 projects will be selected among the projects submitted by the entrepreneurs (there are 26 entrepreneurs) to be supported and funded by the European Union.