Dedicated to the UAE’s Year of Tolerance, a Dubai based education technology firm Coded Minds has launched a country-wide community initiative called Hope academy to support students who cannot continue their studies because of financial constraints.
Speaking to Khaleej Times, Omar Farooqui, founder of Coded Minds that launched the academy, said: “A large number of children are missing out on schools because of their parents’ inability to afford school fees. We believe that such an inability should not prevent any child from getting an education. This will be an alternative solution where we will undertake all efforts possible to ensure that each child is compensated for missing the cycle of education,” he said.
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