Palestine Islamic Bank Provides Support to two Schools in Qalqilya

Palestine Islamic Bank provided support to “Itihad Al-Ashkar & Al-Midwer Basic Mixed School” and “Azzun Atma Basic Boys School” in Qalqilya, within the framework of its social responsibility program.

PIB provided the schools with office equipment intended to improve the educational environment; which is envisioned to have a positive impact on the educational attainment of students.

Manager of the Northern District at PIB, Khitam Abu Eita, and the Manager of Qalqilya Branch, Majed Kharroub visited both schools and met with the Director of Education in Qalqilya, Mr. Saleh Yassin, a number of department heads in the Directorate, the Principal of Itihad Al-Ashkar & Al-Midwer school, Mr. Abdel-Latif Arar as well as the Principal of Azzun Atma Basic Boys school, Ms. Adla Wajih.

During which, Abu Eita commended the efforts made by the Directorate of Education to develop educational institutions in the governorate, while praising the great efforts exerted by its cadres in in order to provide a better education for the future generation.

Moreover, Abu Eita affirmed that PIB considers the support of the education sector a priority and that the greater part of its social responsibility program is devoted to supporting it thereof; due to its importance in achieving sustainable development.

For his part, the Director of Education in Qalqilya, Mr. Saleh Yassin, praised the role of PIB in supporting the educational sector nationwide; stressing the importance of partnership between all sectors in supporting the education process.

Moreover, the Bank’s interest in the educational sector is not limited to providing support to its institutions, but also to helping students at various educational levels to complete their studies, through its ‘installment of educational fees program’.

Additionally, PIB provides comprehensive, qualitative and modern banking solutions in accordance with the provisions and principles of Islamic Sharia, and works to meet the financial needs of all segments of the local community to achieve the principle of gainsharing.