Ajman University and IFFCO Group Join Hands to Support Underprivileged Students

Monday, May 22, 2023
Ajman University and IFFCO Group Join Hands to Support Underprivileged Students

Ajman University (AU) is pleased to announce that the IFFCO Group of Companies has made a generous contribution to support underprivileged students at Ajman University. Under the terms of a memorandum of understanding signed between the two parties, IFFCO Group will provide funds to financially support 30 underprivileged students at AU.

 Thanks to this donation, these students will now have the resources they need to complete their studies and pursue their career dreams.

 In addition, Dr Karim Seghir, Chancellor of Ajman University and Mr Abdelghani Abdullah, Group Corporate Affairs and Business Development Director at IFFCO, are exploring possible collaborations to equip students with industry-relevant skills and develop similar more initiatives between both parties.

 “Ajman University is committed to providing equal opportunities to all students, regardless of their socioeconomic background. This MoU with IFFCO will help AU address financial challenges faced by underprivileged students who are determined to pursue higher education. This is also an incredible opportunity to provide students with additional tools including industry-relevant skills to help them achieve great careers. I am confident that this partnership between IFFCO Group of Companies and Ajman University will have a positive impact on our students and the wider community,” Chancellor Seghir said.

 IFFCO Group, established in 1975, is a business house based in the United Arab Emirates and a part of the Allana group, one of the largest producers and retailers of processed food products and agri-food commodities. IFFCO is renowned for introducing a portfolio of sustainable products and following sustainable R&D and manufacturing practices.

 Ajman University ranked among the top 700 global universities, is known for its social responsibility outreach and is a recipient of several recognitions including the Dubai Sign for charitable activities focused on underprivileged students.