Following the recent UN Day, and in collaboration with the UN division for sustainable development, this initiative aims to share best practices on social responsibility and sustainability.
The all-female initiative will help equip KSU students to address some of the world’s greatest challenges, including poverty and climate change, in line with the Vision 2030, the blueprint for the Kingdom’s future development.
“Together, Saudi women and men have achieved impressive development in just one year, and we’re proud to be part of a stronger, more collaborative Kingdom,” said Fadi Hani, vice president, Avaya Middle East, Africa and Turkey. “Through collaborative communications solutions, ambitious Saudi youth have been able to leverage global expertise from top institutes, straight from their offices and homes.”
Abdullah Al-Sultan, CEO of Western Experts Saudi Arabia, said: “Progressive youths make up more than two-thirds of Saudi Arabia’s growing population. Encouraged by Saudi Vision 2030, students at King Saud University are focused on addressing regional and global challenges using a sustainable approach.”