TKP is a group of volunteer programmers who write TKPJava courseware.
TKPJava is for teachers to use to teach kids ages 10-17 core computational thinking. TKP is a designated project of the US non-profit (501c3) the MONA Foundation. The mission of the MONA Foundation is to “support grassroots educational initiatives that educate everyone—including girls.”
“Established in 1977, the Jordanian Hashemite Fund for Human Development (JOHUD) is the oldest and largest non-profit, non-governmental organisation dedicated to promoting rights-based, sustainable human development in Jordan.
Initiated during the World Economic Forum in 2003, The Jordan Education Initiative (JEI) has emerged as the first model that manifests the true partnership between the public and private sectors on a local and global scale. JEI was launched under the patronage of His Majesty King Abdullah II with the aim of supporting Jordan’s efforts in improving the level of education, encouraging creativity, developing capabilities, and building a knowledge economy. The initiative envisions accelerated education reform through innovation and ICT integration to further add value to students, teachers and the educational system. Furthermore, JEI effectively and equitably addresses the key needs of the Jordanian community and helps them respond to new challenges and opportunities created by an increasingly global economy.
As of its inception in 1989, ProgressSoft has been furnishing the financial world with a range of solutions that bring forth a new paradigm of operational excellence across numerous business environments. They have started with a focus on imaging technology to digitize traditional, paper-based processes. Riding the global wave of real-time payments, ProgressSoft has grown a solid experience in implementing contemporary payment solutions across various payment channels, instruments and cycles.ProgressSoft’s expertise is reflected in abundant achievements in the fields of electronic check clearing, mobile payment, signature verification and recognition, Automated Clearing House (ACH), corporate banking and cash management, and securities trading settlement.
TechWomen brings emerging women leaders in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) from Africa, Central Asia and the Middle East together with their professional counterparts in the United States for a mentorship and exchange program. TechWomen provides participants access to networks, resources, and knowledge to empower them to reach their full potential.
Zaha Cultural Center was founded in 1998. Since its inception Zaha was focused on working hard to achieve the goals which have been carefully set to provide many programs and activities and services that stimulate childrens development by providing all the requirements and facilities and programs for them. Zaha Cultural Center implemented many projects that serve children in particular and society in general in all governorates of the Kingdom, in partnership with the public and private sector. All of these projects aim to provide equal opportunities for children in all governorates of the Kingdom.