UAE students to benefit from new laptops worth AED5 million

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First Abu Dhabi Bank has partnered with the Ministry of Education to provide laptops worth AED5 million to support its distance learning platform.

The bank says the initiative is in line with its commitment to support the communities in which it operates and to support the education sector; one of the UAE’s key sectors for growth.

This partnership reflects the UAE’s efforts to enhance cooperation between public and private institutions and to nurture the next generation of talent in the country.

Hussain bin Ibrahim Al Hammadi, Minister of Education, praised the First Abu Dhabi Bank for its support, calling the bank a strategic partner of the UAE in various sectors.

Andre Sayegh, Group Chief Executive Officer, FAB, said: "We are proud to support the Ministry of Education’s distance learning programme and are proud to play a role in developing the talent of the future."

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