Harf wins the Sheikh Salem Al Ali Al Sobah Award

Harf won the Sheikh Salem Al Ali As-Sobah Award for Informatics 2009 for its website for children, Harfkids (http://www.harfkids.com/).

As the best educational project in the Arab world in the field of educational sites.

The awards were presented at a ceremony honoring the winners on Wednesday, May 26, 2010 at Salwa As-Sobah Al Ahmad Hall in Marina Hotel, Kuwait.

The ceremony was held under the patronage and attendance of His Highness the Amir of Kuwait Sheikh Sobah Al-Ahmad Al-Jaber As-Sobah, and has honored to award prizes to the winners.

The award was received by Mr. Qassim Abdul Majid, Managing Director and Director of Harf company.

The prize was launched in 2007 and is aimed at all Arab countries - individuals and institutions - to promote technical achievements. The award has taken a clear approach to work through three main tracks: Information Technology - Development Projects - Digital Information. The IT Awards include the State of Kuwait Award, the Arab World Award and the Appreciation Award.

And the Sheikh Salem Al Ali As-Sobah Informatics Award, "Arab Home Branch" includes several sections: individuals, educational sites, media, commercial, government, civil society organizations, in addition to the best informational IT project award.

The award is based on scientific principles that guarantee the highest level of justice and are comprehensive, objective and accurate. Experts and experts in the field of informatics and the Internet are participating in the arbitration and evaluation of scientific institutions such as Kuwait University, the Public Authority for Applied Education and Training, And professional associations such as: Kuwait Information Technology Society, Kuwait Society of Engineers, and other professional associations specialized in the fields of award.

In addition to being honored by the name of the dean of the As-Sobah family and his support, the award is also the first of its kind in the Arab world and the highest among its counterparts. It is valued at one hundred thousand Kuwaiti Dinars, equivalent to three hundred and fifty thousand dollars, and it has been received the Order of First Instance in the supreme care of His Highness Amir The State of Kuwait. She is also a non-profit organization that seeks to deepen the values ​​of volunteer work and its organization, based on a selection of young people, professionals and experts in information technology from the State of Kuwait and the Arab world.