Agenda released for Air Mission Planning and Support 2018

SMi reports: The agenda has been released for SMi’s Air Mission Planning and Support conference, taking place in London on 17th and 18th April 2018

LONDON, WATERLOO, UNITED KINGDOM, November 23, 2017 / — The Air Mission Support market is active and operationally relevant as ever. With an aversion to placing boots on the ground in combat zones such as Syria and Iraq, air power is increasingly relied upon to project force. Commanders and procurers of air assets continue to seek new means of enhancing the combat effectiveness of their platforms. To do so, effective mission planning, real time support, and de-briefing is required.

SMi's two-day Air Mission Planning and Support conference will explore the technology and strategies necessary to take air mission planning into the next generation, providing agile end-to-end mission support to air crews. The conference will deliver an examination of emerging technologies in key areas, presented by industry and research leaders. This will be combined with operational case studies and key programme updates from commanders and military project leaders, to develop key requirements and solutions for enhancing air mission planning and execution
Highlights for 2018 conference include:

• NEW FOR 2018 – Listen to air capability delivery and development insights from two major air forces – UK and USA
• Hear perspectives from the Royal Jordanian Air Force on air mission planning and support
• Discover technological upgrades and advancements for 5th generation aircraft and systems
• Learn how to respond to emerging global threats through maximising joint air capabilities
• Immerse yourself in mission support training and simulation

Snapshot of 2018 speakers

• Major General Youssef al-Hnaity, Air Force Commander, Royal Jordanian Air Force
• Air Commodore Lincoln Taylor, Air Capability Delivery, Royal Air Force
• Air Commodore Julian Ball, Air Capability Development, Royal Air Force
• Colonel Michael Rider, Commander, USAFE-AFAFRICA Warrior Preparation Centre, US Air Force
• Group Captain Niclas Lagerbäck, Head of Operational Team, Swedish Air Force Combat Simulation Centre, FLSC, Swedish Defence Research Agency (FOI)
• Lieutenant Colonel Jeffrey Strange, Commander, 13th Air Support Operations Squadron, US Air Force
• Lieutenant Colonel Christoffer Eriksen, Technical Executive Officer, Royal Norwegian Air Force

There is currently a £400 early bird registration discount for bookings made by 15th December visit for more details.

Air Mission Planning and Support
17th-18th April 2018
London, UK

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Merck Foundation Conducts 3rd UNESCO-Merck Africa Research Summit in partnership with the Office of President, Mauritius

Dignitaries at the UNESCO-MARS 2016

UNESCO MARS brings together researchers from across Africa to discuss the generation, sharing and dissemination of research data.

NAIROBI, KENYA, November 23, 2017 / — • UNESCO MARS brings together researchers from across Africa to discuss the generation, sharing and dissemination of research data and to prepare for the road ahead in Africa’s development as an international hub for excellence in scientific innovation.
• During the Summit, the winners of 2017 MARS Best African Researchers Awards, and MARS Best African Women Awards will be announced as part of Merck Foundation long-term commitment towards empowering women and youth in STEM with a special focus on Scientific Research in Cancer and Vaccines Development.

As part of Merck Foundation STEM Program for Women and Youth, Merck Foundation plans to conduct the 3rd edition of their annual “UNESCO-Merck Africa Research Summit” on the 28th and 29th of November 2017 in partnership with Government of Mauritius under the patronage of the Head of State of The Republic of Mauritius, H.E. Dr. Ameenah Gurib-Fakim, UNESCO, African Union and African Governments

Speaking on Merck’s support for the UNESCO-MARS Prof. Frank Stangenberg-Haverkamp, Chairman of Executive Board and Family Board of E.Merck KG emphasizes: “We are keen to support young gifted researchers by passing on the knowledge and experience we have gathered over the 340 years of Merck history. Through our “Merck STEM Program,” we aim to advance capacity in young researchers and promote young gifted scientists, to teach them the cutting edge of research in our R&D hubs and laboratories.”

“The annual Summit aims to contribute to building research capacity in the African research community, with a special focus on “The Role of Scientific Research in responding to Cancer and Vaccines Development – two emerging challenges in Africa”. The Summit will also showcase innovative research taking place in projects, programs and initiatives across African universities and the wider African research community,” said Dr. Rasha Kelej, Merck Foundation’s Chief Executive Officer.

The organizing committee will present the “Best Young African Researcher Award” and the “Best African Woman Researcher Award” to recognize the outstanding contribution of African female scientists with an aim to promote women in research and advance their contribution to STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics).

All abstracts will be peer-reviewed and 100 winners will be eligible for sponsorship. First three winners will be eligible for a further number of Research Awards and further Research Awards will be dedicated to the Best Five African Women Researchers.

Watch the video to meet last year winners of Merck Africa Research Summit Awards.

Watch the video of the highlights of the UNESCO MARS 2016 in Ethiopia

Find out more information:

UNESCO MARS Abstract Book 2016 –
UNESCO MARS Scientific Book 2017
UNESCO MARS White Paper (in English) 2017 –
UNESCO MARS White Paper (in French) 2017 –

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Robotics is Future – QtPi Robotics Workshop at Divine Mercy School, Bengaluru

Robotics for All

Earlier adopters believed that education is vital for being progressive. However, education saw need of holistic development of children & robotics is answer!

Robotics for all”

— Santa

BENGALURU, KARNATAKA, INDIA, November 23, 2017 / — As education is a fundamental right of every child. QtPi Robotics believes that 'Robotics is for all'. Having that has a vision on 22 Nov 2017, QtPi team organised a day event for first generation children who have privilege to have free education at Divine Mercy School, Bengaluru. Children of standard 7th, 8th and 9th participated in a day event that witnessed building RC Car (Remote Control Car) using QtPi building blocks, electronic components like sensors, programming like drag & drop, designed an app to run the robot that was designed.

When children were quizzed to know if they could build one such robot, most of them weren't confident. This apprehension seem to evade as they were involved in designing the RC Car and curiosity is something took them forward to begin programming. In the end children presented their learnings to other groups. The event was witnessed by Fr. Gerard and teachers.

QtPi believe in 'Top-Down' approach in learning robotics that has 'hands-on' and is 'fun-filled'. The workshops are aimed for children 6-16 ideally, however its open for other age groups. Children are engaged allowing the creative output with unlimited possibilities (designs) using QtPi building blocks. QtPi believes in 'how to think and not what to think'. Because of this unlimited possibilities children go through a process of ideate, experiment, build project, test and presents their work. Through this process they are introduced to learning process – Design, Electronics, Software and Integration.

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Don’t wait for Thanksgiving to count your blessings.

Wisdom of a Life Well-Lived

Gary Springer & Ethel Levine

Don’t you wish you didn’t have to learn life’s lessons the hard way?

101-year old woman reminds us what is important in life.

Don’t you wish you didn’t have to learn life’s lessons the hard way?”

— Gary Springer


Wisdom of a Life Well-Lived
by Ethel Pearson Levine

A “must read” for seniors

Contact: Gary Springer
100 High Ridge Circle, San Marcos, TX 78666

Don’t you wish you didn’t have to learn life’s lessons the hard way?
Beloved school teacher and guidance counselor, Ethel Pearson Levine, lived to age 101.

Over a period of 30 years, she wrote monthly articles for the Sunrise Lakes community in Fort Lauderdale, Florida. Her articles embrace universal subjects from marriage and divorce to relationships, aging, and death. She took on subjects that affect us all. Within each article, there’s a message, an affirmation, for living a meaningful life. This book is a collection of selected articles from that monthly news magazine, edited by her grandson, Gary Springer.

Available at:

“I just finished reading the book. I loved it and found it so inspiring. Your grandmother and my 2nd grade teacher was one very special lady.
A ‘must read’ for all seniors.”
-Sherry Koslov, former student

“Ethel Levine was a wonderful teacher. I loved her. She was very kind. I had a problem in 2nd grade. I became very nearsighted and couldn't see the board. She would let me come up to the front to copy my work. She tested my eyes and found out I needed glasses. It changed my life.”
-Judy Lerner Cohen, former student

Hardcover ISBN: 9780692754269
E-book: 9781483578118

Hardcover; $25.65 each, E-book; $9.99

Dr. Gary Springer
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Source: EIN Presswire Launches Fan-Driven Petition for NCAA Football Playoff. Attn: Big 10, SEC, ACC, PAC 12, and Big 12 Fans

Fans Demand NCAA Football Tournament – Sign the “December Madness”Petition seeks to unleash the “Million Fan Demand!” Petition in Direct Challenge to NCAA bureaucracy

The current playoff format with just four teams is far too narrow and much too subjective to produce a true champion. The fans demand more! We propose a mini-version of March Madness.”

— Patrick J Healy, CEO and Founder

CHEVY CHASE, MARYLAND, USA, November 23, 2017 / — For Immediate Release Launches Fan-Driven Petition for NCAA Football Playoff Tournament

Attention: Big 10, SEC, ACC, PAC 12, and Big 12 College Football Fans

Seeks to unleash the “Million Fan Demand!” Petition

Chevy Chase, MD November 21, 2017 – “For far too long the passionate desires of the fans have taken a back seat to the financial interests of the NCAA’s bowl format.” says Patrick Healy, CEO of “Through the power of social media, we seek to do the unthinkable – cause the entrenched establishment (the NCAA) to place the fans interests ahead of their own.”

In a series of emails and social media posts to the Top 25 NCAA Division I schools, has enlisted the support of the student bodies and alumni who have seen their long quest for the football equivalent of March Madness fall upon deaf ears. believes that they can gather one million electronic signatures and encourages students, alumni and other fans of the respective schools to click the following link to cast their vote for what they term “the Million Fan Demand!”.

In short, the proposed tournament format calls for a twelve-team tournament with the Top Four Ranked teams receiving a bye in week one. Over the course of the following three weekends, the teams will compete in a single elimination tournament that parallels basketball’s “March Madness”.

For those who are more than just NCAA Football Fans, please click to cast your vote for other controversial sports policy matters to include:

• a “Fans Bill of Rights”,
• an “Evaluation of Roger Goodell’s Performance as Commissioner” and
• the highly controversial “Kneel Gate”.


We are America’s first online democracy!

• Our Short Story

• Fans Bill of Rights

Patrick Healy, Founder and CEO
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Medical Doctor Learns Reiki

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Dr. Maria Danilychev, MD Board Certified Medical Doctor and Jikiden Reiki Shihan

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San Diego Reiki

Medical Doctor in San Diego, CA was so impressed with the effectiveness of Reiki that she learned it. Dr. Danilychev, MD now practices both medicine and Reiki.

Although currently published research on the effectiveness of Reiki is inadequate, I have over a decade of observational evidence, and have no doubt that Reiki works.”

— Dr. Maria Danilychev, MD

SAN DIEGO, CA, UNITED STATES , November 22, 2017 / — Even ten years ago, Reiki and Medicine would have been an unlikely combination, but this is changing with pioneers like Dr. Maria Danilychev, M.D., a medical doctor and a Reiki practitioner and teacher.

Reiki is a holistic healing art from Japan, which uses light touch over different areas of the person's body. It is gentle, yet it can be very effective on many levels. People, who have experienced Reiki, often call it "amazing!" The way Reiki works is often described as maximizing the natural self-healing potential through restoring the flow of 'Ki' (the life force energy). While perhaps an odd concept for some, it is also a familiar idea for many people.

Although there are many Reiki practitioners in San Diego, California, Dr. Maria Danilychev definitely stands out from the crowd, being the only medical doctor in the county who practices both medicine and Reiki. With Dr. Danilychev, you get to enjoy the best of both worlds. Having the knowledge of medical science and Reiki allows Dr. Danilychev to bridge the gap between Western medicine and holistic healing. Dr. Danilychev can completely understand your medical needs, while helping you on a mind-body-and-spirit level. Dr. Danilychev's unique ability of combining Western medicine knowledge and the holistic healing art of Reiki has given her popularity that goes beyond San Diego. People come from other states and even from other countries for Reiki sessions and Reiki training with Dr. Danilychev.

Dr. Danilychev, has an interesting background and extensive medical training. She received her medical degree from Sackler School of Medicine at Tel Aviv University, and completed her Internal Medicine residency training at NYU Downtown Hospital in New York City. Following her residency training, Dr. Danilychev learned Geriatric Medicine at UCLA, and later completed several years of clinical and research fellowships in Hospice and Palliative Medicine at San Diego Hospice and the Institute for Palliative Medicine in San Diego, California. Dr. Danilychev is board certified in Internal Medicine, Geriatrics, Hospice and Palliative Medicine, and as a Hospice Medical Director. It is through her hospice work, that Dr. Danilychev was first introduced to Reiki.

"As most Western medicine physicians, I was skeptical at first," says Dr. Danilychev, referring to many complementary therapeutic modalities often used to help support patients at the end of life. "There is some research data that supports the use of acupuncture, for example, but research on the effectiveness of Reiki, Healing Touch, and many other complementary therapies, is simply inadequate. We [doctors] are trained to make evidence-based decisions, and when scientific data points to Reiki being 'neither helpful, nor harmful', we can certainly allow our patients to enjoy it, but with no expectation of any therapeutic benefit other than the placebo effect. It is only through years of observational experience of some of these holistic approaches, that one begins to wonder, whether there may be something to them. After about a decade of watching Reiki and other complementary therapeutic modalities in action, I became so curious, that I set my mind to learning one of them. That's how in 2013, I decided to learn Reiki," recalls Dr. Danilychev.

After extensive research into different styles of Reiki (and there are many), Dr. Danilychev discovered Jikiden Reiki, which is the most authentic form of this healing art, preserved in Japan in its original tradition. The practice of Reiki has become diluted and mixed with other concepts over time, and today, very few practitioners know the lost art of the original Reiki techniques, which are currently carefully maintained by the Jikiden Reiki Institute in Kyoto, Japan.

Dr. Danilychev shares that learning Reiki did not come easy to her at first. "Reiki is a very simple healing art, and it only takes a few days to learn, but I was constantly battling with my own skepticism," remembers Dr. Danilychev. "It is just so different from anything I've ever learned before, and at first, it was simply hard for me to believe that placing hands on various areas of someone's body could result in any 'healing'. Medically, it should be impossible. The reality, however, has proven me wrong. I've been practicing Jikiden Reiki for several years now, and although I do not have a medical explanation for how Reiki works, I often see significant improvements in a wide range of symptoms that go beyond the placebo effect, and which cannot be explained by anything other than the use of Reiki."

While being passionate about Reiki, Dr. Danilychev also emphasizes the importance Western medicine. "Reiki and other holistic approaches can be great, but this does not mean that we should skip Western medicine altogether. Ultimately, Western medicine is based on what has been proven to work, and it is constantly evolving, always based on scientifically proven facts. I strongly believe that we can easily combine Western medicine and alternative medicine approaches. Why should it be one or the other? Why can't it be both? Why can't we utilize what works, and use different modalities to help our patients feel their best, and help them get better whenever that's possible?" says Dr. Danilychev.

"Some people believe that Western medicine doctors are only after their money. Many people dislike the fact that Western medicine physicians are too busy and don't offer natural remedies. Others think that holistic practitioners are 'quacks' and would not even consider giving them a chance," states Dr. Danilychev, "but there must be a middle ground there somewhere. Most doctors have chosen their profession to help people, and believe that it is their primary duty. Many healers have a special gift, and they are also there to help. There may be a few 'bad apples' out there, both in the world of medicine and among the holistic practitioners, but that does not mean we have to turn away from either one or from both."

With doctor-pioneers like Dr. Maria Danilychev leading the way, we can learn to embrace Western and alternative medicine for whole person healing and well-being.

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Exchange Students Give Back to Children Across the Valley

ETC exchange student volunteering in the detail area

Polishing a bike for a foster child

Hundreds of bikes are fixed, cleaned and ready to be given as Christmas presents.

The detail area is the most fun. I picture in my mind the look on the child's face when they see the bike on Christmas morning.”

— ETC Host Mom

PORTLAND, OR, UNITED STATES, November 22, 2017 / — Recycle your Bicycle is a nonprofit organization that partners with ABC 15, Earnhardt Auto Centers and the Boy Scouts of America to collect used bicycles and restore them to like new condition. Once restored, they are donated to children in foster care.

Education, Travel & Culture (ETC) participated in this year’s event by working in the detail area. ETC exchange students and host families volunteered 100 hours of their time and used their skills to help clean and polish hundreds of bikes to be given as Christmas presents to children around the valley. One ETC host mom said, “The detail area is the most fun. I picture in my mind the look on the child's face when they see the bike on Christmas morning.”

ETC is committed to inspiring young people to get involved in their communities and for ETC students, to give back to the communities who have so graciously opened their hearts and homes to them for a semester or school year.

About ETC:
Education, Travel & Culture is a nonprofit [501 (c)(3)] educational exchange organization. Its purpose is to promote international understanding and goodwill by providing high quality educational and cultural exchange programs in the United States and abroad. ETC provides inbound program opportunities for high school students throughout the world to study in an American high school and live with an American family.

For more information about ETC and for volunteer opportunities visit or email Field Director, Brenda Ferland at For more information about Recycle Your Bicycle visit

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Education, Travel & Culture
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Superbugs: Exclusive Interviews Released with ABAC Therapeutics, Alchemy Biomedical and Oppilotech

Superbugs & Superdrugs 2018

Superbugs & Superdrugs 2018

SMI REPORTS: Expert insight into tackling the scientific, regulatory and economic challenges to combat antimicrobial resistance.

The conference is focused and includes all relevant topics related to the discovery of new antimicrobial agents.”

— ABAC Therapeutics

LONDON, ENGLAND, UNITED KINGDOM, November 22, 2017 / — It is imperative for medical experts and drug discovery specialists to stay on top of the latest clinical advancements, developments and industry initiatives related to antimicrobial resistance. For this reason, SMi Group have gathered industry experts and government bodies to share their insights at the 20th annual conference on Superbugs and Superdrugs taking place on 19th and 20th March in London, UK.

SMi Group had the opportunity to sit down with three of the featured speakers to discuss some of the challenges they face in the industry and their strategies for overcoming them. The full interviews are available to read in the event download center.

"The fight against multi-resistant organisms requires the implementation of several measures coordinated at a global level. The rational use of antibiotics is an important challenge that we have to improve. Although, the biggest challenge is the discovery of new antibacterial agents with a novel mechanism of action, that allows us to increase the therapeutic arsenal against organisms that are practically lacking therapeutic alternatives" said Domingo Gargallo-Viola, Chief Scientific Officer from ABAC Therapeutics. "To discover new antibiotics, we have to be visionaries, we have to end with the unproductive nightmare of the last 50 years, for which we have to define new TPPs and improve the productivity of discovery processes, applying disruptive strategies to reduce the failure rate, and therefore the high technical risk associated with the area of infectious diseases."

When asked Oppilotech’s 'cell envelope model', a novel platform being utilised to discover and develop an internal pipeline of new antibacterial drugs, John George, Founder and Chief Scientific Officer from Oppilotech said “An accurate model allows us to identify nodes within the network which when inhibited, would weaken the outer membrane. The more permeable membrane would now allow compounds such as rifampin, erythromycin and kanamycin into the cell. This will impact AMR in a number of ways, firstly, it would allow these well established drugs to be used for the treatment of gram negatives. Secondly, because of the weakened membrane the intracellular concentration of drug would be much higher than normal, minimising the risk of low level resistance. Finally, the active agents could be given a lower dose which would reduce any associated toxicities."

On harnessing a patient's immune system to combat drug resistant bacteria, David Brown, Managing Director and Founder of Alchemy Biomedical Consulting said, “Our immune system is protecting us every second of the day from attack by infectious micro-organisms. It is immensely powerful, far more so than any antibiotic. So, I believe that immune modulation will be far more powerful in beating antibiotic resistance that just inventing more antibiotics or using combinations of antibiotics. Yet there is little research in this area. Bacteria invade by usurping our immune system. Research in the last few years has identified the mechanisms bacteria use to achieve this, but that knowledge has not been picked up by the antibiotic / microbiology community. I want to begin the process of getting it into the mainstream via this conference."

SMi’s 20th Annual conference on Superbugs & Superdrugs will take place on 19th & 20th March 2018 at the Copthorne Tara Hotel, Kensington in London, UK.

Further details including a full speaker line-up and detailed programme are available at

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The faces of the 12 travelers are finally revealed

Find out on our website who the lucky ones are

LISBON, LISBON, PORTUGAL, November 22, 2017 / — Press Release
The faces of the 12 travelers are finally revealed!
Find out on our website who the lucky ones are

Lisbon, October 30, 2017
Are you anxious to see who are the 12 participants of the World Life Experience´s first edition? Go to our official website and you will find their photo and a little personal description of each one of them. The world will have the chance to know them better along this one-year experience that starts on January 8th, 2018.
The World Life Experience project is going to take these 12 people, with their multiplicity of skills and diverse perspectives,ona journey to 30 different cities. The multicultural group will spend 10 days in each city working 4 to 5 days within a local organization and 5 to 6 days on cultural, entertainment, and local activities. The participants will work as a group and will share their daily life, insights and experiences with an worldwide experience, through social medias. We will cover all expenses, and participants will receive 24/7 support, lodging and food, as well as a salary.
Fundation and goals
World Life Experience is funded through an Application Fee, Partnerships and Sponsors. The Application Fee of 9€ and is only paid once. Precisely 2.5€ of this amount is donated directly to one of the NGOs associated with World Life Experience – candidates can choose which NGO sector receives their donation.
Thisis a project open to the world so any and all Organizations are welcome to join us and can be assured we will make every effort to accommodate them. We are already working in partnership with the institutions, brands and organizations who help us locally to provide accommodation, meals, adventures, transportation, experiences, financing, etc., to promote anything that reflects their core-business.
Our goals are to promote social responsibility through direct donations to global NGOs and by hands-on involvement with local organizations; to offer participants a once-in-a-lifetime experience; and to raise awareness of the world's social and cultural diversity.

Avenida Conselheiro Fernando Sousa
Nº19 16ºDto 1070-072 Lisbon | Portugal

For more information please contact:

Filipa Dias
Top Experience Lda
+ 351 969 086 164
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Virtual Reality Education Booming in Middle East

Unity Technologies along with Munfarid Consulting, have been winning the attention at EdEx conference with the unique offering of providing Virtual Reality aided learning solutions in education.”


DUBAI, UNITED ARAB EMIRATES, November 22, 2017 / — The all-important EdEx MENA conference has been going strong in Dubai, drawing the entire private education community from all over Middle East. A large number of educators, institutional heads and edtech solution providers have gathered for the event.

EdEx MENA is essentially focused at improving the quality of higher education and building a bridge between today’s resources and future opportunities. The idea is to elevate the level of private education to a level where it not only competes globally but also helps shape the competencies of the youth for the requirements and challenges of the changing world.

Once again, the region’s leading company for Augmented & Virtual Reality – Munfarid Consulting – from the Kingdom of Bahrain was the spark of the show, the company is leading innovation in education, corporate and industrial sectors through immersive technologies in the Middle East. Munfarid was joined with Unity Technologies, a world-class name in the technology driven community, and stands at the forefront of the growing VR market with a strong focus on the development of robust software solutions.

Unity Technologies along with Munfarid Consulting, have been winning the attention at EdEx conference with the unique offering of providing Virtual Reality aided learning solutions in education. The idea that the immersive VR technology can rapidly adapt to the demands of the expeditious “technological era”, has definitely sunk in for the educational community. The VR learning solutions not only provide deeper information and sound understanding in less amount of time, they also make it possible to educate students thoroughly about various disciplines in a safe, virtual environment such as geography, archeology, chemistry, medical studies and many more.

This is the first time for Unity Technologies team to have come to UAE to participate in an educational event with the intent to expand their operations in the Middle East.
Dr. Abdullah al Karam, Director General Knowledge and Human Development Authority (KHDA), experienced the VR technology and appreciated the efforts of Munfarid VRXOne in bringing innovating ways of delivering education in classrooms to the Middle East. Dr. Abdullah’s positive response is a source of great appreciation for Munfarid team as the KHDA itself is a dedicated government consultancy authority responsible for the growth and quality of private education in Dubai, supporting universities, parents, students, educators, investors and government partners to create a high quality education sector focused on happiness and wellbeing.

Hajra Khan
Munfarid Consulting Co. SPC.
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