Riyadh, Imam Mohammad Ibn Saudi Islamic University (IMSIU) signed a memorandum of cooperation with the International Camel Organization (ICO) to support the advancement of camel sector in the media and culture scopes.
The document was signed by the President of the University Dr. Ahmed bin Salem Al-Amiri, while ICO Vice President Prince Sultan bin Saud bin Mohammad signed on behalf of his organization’s Founder and Chairman Fahd bin Falah bin Hithlin in the attendance of the organization’s Secretary-General Mubarak Al-Suwailem and experts and specialists from the two parties.
Through the memorandum, ICO aims to support activities related to developing camel’s sector, as a tool for mutual understanding and friendship between the two signatories, and contribute to building societies and nurturing their members in cooperation with the university in its capacity as contributor to advancing human development by offering various study programs.
The International Camel Organization is a non-profit organization based in Riyadh since March 2019. It currently includes 105 members and aims to develop and serve camels as a cultural heritage going back deep in human history.
Source: Saudi Press Agency