Within the One Million Tree Program in Palestine, with contribution from ITG by donating 133 trees, the “Arab Society for the Protection of Nature” and the “Rural Renaissance Association” planted and distributed 3,764 various fruit trees of olives, almonds, citrus, grapes, figs, figs and many other in Badu – Jerusalem, within the (Plant your Resistance) campaign, which aims to strengthen the steadfastness of the farmers and stabilize them in their land and achieve a sustainable income for them and their families.
Corporate Social Responsibility
Under the patronage of the Director of Education in Amman, Dr. Mohammad Abdallah Al-Thawaybe, ITG celebrated the memorial of the Battle of Karameh and Mother’s Day with Al-Amal School for the Deaf. The ceremony included representatives from the Ministry of Education, The Supreme Council for the disabled, the staff and teachers of the school, and the students’ parents.
A welcoming speech was delivered by Dr. Al-Thawaybe in the ceremony, stressing on the importance of the participation made by the Ministry with the schools in such occasions. He praised the significant role of Al-Amal School for the Deaf and its huge efforts in educating students with special needs and equipping them with the skills and capabilities needed to empower them in the local community. He also highlighted the importance of the support provided by companies from the community, such as (ITG) and its major constant contributions to the educational sector and the innovative solutions it provides for students, teachers, and school administrators, which influence the educational process with modern technological means.
The speech was followed by two acting scenes regarding the Battle of Karameh and Mother’s Day, they were performed by students from “Sukayna School”, in addition to a performance of the folk dance “Al-Dabkeh.”
Dr. Al-Thawaybe expresses his gratitude and appreciation for ITG’s positive role in education development and support to teachers, as well as the effective participation and beneficial enrichment of the educational sector.
Integrated Technology Group (ITG) has been engaged in various initiatives, as it considers Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) as an important approach to a sustainable development of the community by providing economic, social and environmental benefits for all stakeholders of the community.
At the end of the ceremony, ITG distributed gifts and roses to the school board and their teachers for their educational contributions.
ITG is a set of flexible companies based on technology and innovation, which features its products to provide a high quality and innovative technological solutions for the educational sector, and provides resources planning for governments and private enterprises, which empowers individuals and communities and helps enterprises to increase productivity, proficiency and profits.
Blood donation is a noble activity that saves the lives of those in need and provides the donor with many health benefits, that is why and because of Integrated Technology Group vision to participate in building the community, ITG organized the semi-annual blood donation campaign in cooperation with the Central Blood Bank under the slogan of “Give a life”.
A large number of the company employees and employees of the neighboring companies as well as a few individuals from the local community participated in this noble campaign, which is aimed to saving lives.
ITG has always strived to develop and facilitate the learning process and enhance it to all its participants from teachers, administrators and students; that is why and In recognition of the importance of the teacher role, ITG joined all Arab teachers on February 25 to celebrate the Arab Teacher Day.
For this special occasion, the company visited Al Amal Secondary School for the Deaf and Princess Alia Secondary School, where we presented a special made cake to the teachers and management, and presented a specially designed board for the students to express their gratitude to their teachers.
On Arab Teacher Day, ITG sent a message of thanks and gratitude to all teachers for their great efforts and their work, which is influential in the rise and development of our society, knowing fully well that all our thanks cannot equal the value of their efforts to our society.
Trees planted by the Green Caravan at the Omar bin al Khattab Mosque in Ghor al Mazra’a.
Two years ago with support from Integrated Technology Group ITG and through the Green Caravan Initiative; 100 guava, lemon and pomegranate trees were planted with the help of volunteers from the “Masar Initiative” and in collaboration with “Al Numeira Environmental Association”; today, the trees have grown and will soon bring an additional source of income for the community and the Mosque.
The Green Caravan Initiative was launched as the second phase of the Deir Allah environmental project, works to combat the lack of green spaces and threats of desertification, overgrazing and urban sprawl in Jordan. The Green Caravan is implemented and executed by the Arab Group for the Protection of Nature (APN).
In 2016, ITG proudly sponsored almost 1700 trees and planted them in different regions in Jordan with its employees, APN volunteers, along with a group of orphans from refugees camps.
Under the patronage of the ministry of education and in cooperation with Integrated Technology Group, Moseco Group and Zain, a group of teachers were honored in Souf (Basic School for Boys) in Jerash Governorate and Khalda (Secondary School for Girls) in Amman within the Smart Schools Initiatives by delivering certificates of appreciation.
The initiative was launched with the aim of employing state-of-the-art technology to serve the educational process in public schools and replacing traditional teaching methods with advanced digital learning methods based on advanced learning solutions and tablets.
Under the patronage of Dr.Basim Mobaideen / acting the director of southern Ghor with Number of directors of government departments, community institutions, school principals represented by ITG Group, the Knowledge Technology Center was inaugurated in the southern Jordan Valley Development and Reconstruction Society the cooperative is supported by ITG.
The station aims to empower the local community in the field of information technology to contribute into achieving a sustainable development and building the knowledge economy. The station also includes the latest hardware, software, training tools, projectors and Internet communication with knowledge centers around the world.
Mr. Ali Al-Sadi, the Executive Vice President of ITG, said:
The Company’s vision is in line with the Royal directives aimed at empowering the local community to use multiple technologies to achieve an integrated e-Government within the vision of 2020.
he also added “the company is responsible for the local community and empowering young people and women in disadvantaged communities, we are continuing, individually or in partnership with local development institutions, to launch several initiatives such as the opening of the Knowledge Village at Ghor Fifa and various educational initiatives – Global Programmers Without Borders Initiative – the continuous training programs for university students and the rehabilitation programs of Prince Hamza’s school and other initiatives.”
In his turn, Dr. Basim Mobaideen thanked the management of Integrated Technology Group for its important and pioneering role to serve the people in the region, explaining the importance of developing and supporting the electronic orientation of all segments of the local community.
About Integrated Technology Group
ITG was found in 1989 one of the leading IT companies in the Middle East, Africa, Europe and the United States. The company always strive to provide the highest level of service and support to its customers by synchronizing innovative solutions of high quality, enabling individuals and communities to help organizations increase their efficiency and productivity.
As part of Integrated Technology Group vision is to participate in building the community, ITG has hosted the students of Badwa Center for special Education whom are participating in INJAZ program with one of our staff who volunteered to make that happen Ms.Bayan Al-Hunaiti
The students of Badwa Center for special Education made a wonderful work using only their hands, they made some pottery, ceramics, bags, and charity Bazaar Company’s garden.
The company’s manager and employees participated in this event to support Badwa’s centre and its student, students and participants were delighted and drew a smile on their faces.
Smart Schools Initiative launched in partnership and corporation of Integrated Technology Group, Jordan Education Initiative ad Moseco and Jordan Education Initiative (JEI)
the Smart Schools Initiative in a pilot phase that is applied in three public schools in less fortunate areas in the kingdom.
The “Smart Schools” initiative has deployed the latest technologies to serve the educational process in public schools in order to improve the students’ skills to adapt with the evolving requirements of the digital knowledge community by using advanced educational solutions and tablets.