A private company in Dubai is proud to demonstrate its commitment to promoting inclusivity and accessibility by adopting a classroom at the Al Noor Training Centre. The firm, one of the world’s leading wellness groups and the MENA’s largest paper manufacturer, pledges to provide financial support to the Dubai-based facility, and take an active role in fostering an inclusive environment that supports individuals of determination.
The inauguration of the classroom was attended by James Michael Lafferty, CEO of Fine Hygienic Holding and Ranjini Ramnath, Director of Al Noor Training Centre and included a host of students getting training in the Mass & Media Communications Vocational Training Unit, interviewing Lafferty, quizzing him on his decision to adopt a classroom. “We as a company aim to give back as much as possible to society.
Source: Gulf Today