The Mogtam bin Rashid Al Maktoum Knowledge Foundation (MBRF) participated in the “Mogtam3iTech” forum to strengthen knowledge cooperation with Egypt to promote the knowledge and innovation sector as a key pillar of social development .
The forum, held at the National Museum of Egyptian Civilization from September 12 to 13, was themed “Technology at the Service of the Community” and focused on supporting and promoting the role of technology in social and economic development. The campaign aims to introduce a culture of entrepreneurship and empower youth, women and people of determination, while accelerating the transition to a green economy.
In his speech, His Excellency Jamal Bin Huwaireb, CEO of MBRF, emphasized the importance of the forum as an opportunity to explore avenues for development in the social and economic sectors. He sheds light on the role of technology in different fields such as education and health. He further stated that the MBRF is aligned with the Forum’s vision to activate technological knowledge for developing societies in the Arab world and globally. Through this, future generations will be able to benefit from science and advanced technology, further propelling them towards a knowledge-based economy.
Bin Huwaireb said: “MBRF is committed to strengthening knowledge cooperation with Egypt and will work to promote the knowledge and innovation sector as an important factor in social development. We are very interested in encouraging knowledge-based businesses such as entrepreneurship , scientific research and career development. We further seek to create new opportunities for society, especially youth, to be key drivers of knowledge communities. Our goals are in line with Mogtam3iTech’s vision of promoting regional and global social and economic development. We aim to encourage social and economic development by encouraging Reap the benefits of modern technology through the adoption of digital solutions across numerous business sectors. Our shared vision is to foster scientific research, entrepreneurship and innovation to ensure the prosperity of our communities.”
Meanwhile, Dr. Randa Rizk, Secretary General of the Arab Council for Social Responsibility, said: “The second largest forum in the Arab region discusses ways to use technology to serve communities and economies. This will open up many avenues for technological innovation and the export of technological products. The programme also highlights technology How to support financial inclusion, job development, protect the environment and healthy ecosystems, and achieve Egypt’s Vision 2030.”