Al Sanabel-Hura Women’s Catering Enterprise Receives International Exposure Harvard University, Oxford University and the Aspen Institute

Al Sanabel-Hura Women’s Catering Enterprise Receives International Exposure

Harvard University, Oxford University and the Aspen Institute

Over the past two weeks, the Al Sanabel – Hura Women’s Catering Enterprise, a joint venture by AJEEC and the Hura Local Council, has received international exposure and presented its successful social business model at three of the world’s most prestigious institutions.

 

At each venue, we were greeted with respect for and great interest in the Al Sanabel experience.

 

We are convinced that these meetings will assist us in developing new partnerships and expanding Al Sanabel’s impact and international profile.  

 

The Harvard Kennedy School 

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We participated in a week-long management course at the Kennedy School for Governance at Harvard University. The course was organized by the Bernard Van Leer Foundation and was attended by representatives from various nations throughout the world. We presented the catering model as a means to create employment for women from marginalized communities and demonstrated the benefit to these communities of providing healthy meals to children and early childhood education.

 

The Said Business School, Oxford University
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Dr. Mohammed Alnabari, mayor of Hura, and Mr. Itzik Zivan, volunteer CEO of Al Sanabel, presented the model at a conference hosted by the MARS Corporation at the Said School of Business at Oxford University.

 

 

 

The Aspen Institute, Washington, D.C

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Ariel Dloomy, co-executive director of AJEEC, presented the Al Sanabel model and AJEEC’s early childhood programs at an international conference held at the Aspen Institute in Washington, D.C.

 

 

 

Thank you for your support and friendship

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The Al Sanabel Team

A joint venture of AJEEC and the Hura Local Council