ISESCO/DLT: contract signed in Jeddah to implement PWD education and training programme in Djibouti
Today in Jeddah, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, a contract to implement the “Programme of Teaching and Training People with Disabilities (PWD) in Djibouti” was concluded between the Islamic Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (ISESCO) and the Riyadh-based Distance Learning and Training Company (DLT). The contract was co-signed by ISESCO Director General, Dr Abdulaziz Othman Altwaijri and DLT Chief Executive Officer, Eng. Zuhair bin Ali Azhar.
The Programme involves training the staff of the Rehabilitation Disability Center of the Republic of Djibouti to master the use of a mobile application for people with autism and cerebral palsy and other education-related handicaps.
It is worth mentioning that ISESCO and the Company had signed an agreement at ISESCO headquarters in Rabat, May 2016 to collaborate in serving PWD’s issues in the Islamic world.
For the record, the DLT Group aims to develop distance learning and training programmes in the Arab and Islamic worlds and boost capacity building to keep up with the world’s latest developments in science and education through offering distance learning and training services.