Since 2012, The
This year, more than nine university student teams participated from Saudi Arabia and Palestine to make a positive contribution to society and create real impact through teamwork and perseverance.
The university award was won by The Princess Noura University team. Their project titled ‘We Are All One’ aims to put a smile on the faces of cancer patients and spread positive message amongst children through series of interactive sessions. The team was awarded a USD 10,000 grant to fund and scale their project.
The program was also open to high school students across Jeddah and Riyadh for the first time. Thanaweyya 116 in Jeddah was awarded the winner with its project ‘Daikhar’, which aims at raising the community’s awareness on savings and consequences of debts.
The winners, who were selected by a judging panel that included representatives from The
Omar Bennis, Director of Public Affairs and Communications at The
The winners of the ninth semester demonstrate powerfully how Ripples of Happiness can inspire students to help change our world, one step at a time with societal programs that connects each problem with bright solutions that impact.
“With our strong partnership with
Watch this space for real insights behind each innovative idea and to learn more about the winning teams.
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