Live! from the VIP.fund news desk, bringing you the latest updates from our community across the globe! Starting today, we’ll be sharing a weekly news bulletin summarizing the activities, stories and developments happening across our programs and locations.

Why now? Over the past months, and since the COVID outbreak, our community of youth, volunteers, mentors, fellows, donors and supporters has grown exponentially. As we grew, we maintained a focus on a solid foundation of shared values, and a common goal.

Our values are: Care, Commitment, Creativity and Curiosity

Our common goal is to build a virtual community of like-minded individuals who believe in life-learning for all, youth empowerment, collaboration and employing technology for change.

We share our news to invite you to learn, critique, spread our news and collaborate with us.

E-learning: VIP.fund is pleased to host Sawsan Darwaza in our bi-monthly webinar series this coming Friday, November 13. Sawsan is the curator of Karama Film Festival on Human Rights, Amman, Jordan. She will address the question of Art and Human Rights as Tools for Social Change.

Razan Jazayerli Kabbani joins our advisory council as our finance adviser. Welcome Razan, we are fortunate to have you!

The Jusoor Hardship Fund is a good opportunity for students.

Welcome to the new member of our edSeed family, Rasheed Bader. Rasheed is the new in-house expert on the mechanics of the barbecue.

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