Abdulaziz Saud Albabtain Cultural Foundation, in collaboration with the Public Egyptian Library, organized an event where 12 children who participated in the "Rebuilding Humanity" program were honored.
December 14, 2018
Abdulaziz Saud Albabtain Cultural Foundation, in collaboration with the Public Egyptian Library, organized a special cultural program for children titled "Rebuilding Humanity." This idea was adopted by the Chairman of the Foundation, the poet Abdulaziz Saud Albabtain, and it focuses on rebuilding generations through culture.
Twelve boys and girls participated in the competition, aged between eight and thirteen years old. This experience lasted for one month with one weekly meeting. The participating children presented stories that they either composed from their imagination or based on events they had experienced, witnessed, or heard from their parents. They also used stories they had read and rewrote them in their own style.
Prizes were awarded to the top three winners, and there were also encouragement awards for the other participating children. The main goal of this initiative is to connect children with culture, nurturing a generation that values ethics, knowledge, and enlightenment. Through this generation, the hope is to promote peace, love, and goodness throughout the world.