Jordanian Teenager wins Arab Reading Challenge. 2021 Arab reading challenge is the Biggest edition, despite the difficulties posed by the pandemic.
A Jordanian teenager wins Arab Reading Challenge and gets half a million dirhams. Jordan teenager name is Abdullah Abu Khalaf, 17, beat 21 million participants from 52 countries in the annual challenge’s fifth edition.
Winner gets Dh11 million:
Dh11 Million Money was given to teenager during the live TV ceremony saw. His Highness Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, the Vice-President and Prime Minister of the UAE and Ruler of Dubai deliver an inspirational speech.
Egypt’s Al Ghoraib School for Basic Education:
This school won the Dh1 million ‘Best School’ award. Out of 96,000 others. The school came best in the making reading an integral part of students’ lifestyle.
Moza Al Ghana from the UAE won the Dh300,000′ Outstanding Supervisor’ award. She was chosen from 120,000 participating supervisors in this year’s test.
A hero with special needs won by Italy Student:
In Arab students living in foreign countries, Alexander Voros from Italy become the champion. Voros, a teenager with specific needs, took home a prize of Dh100,000. He motivated millions with endurance and determination to learn Arabic, which is not his mother tongue.
Egypt’s Al Ghoraib School for Basic Education won first prize. Al Hassad Al Tarbawi School in Jordan came second; Alanjal Private School from Saudi Arabia third.
The closing ceremony highlighted a moving video as a tribute to Al Taher bin Ahmed. The Arab Reading Challenge’s coordinator in Mauritania. Bin Ahmed supported many Mauritania students to take up reading as a practice since the launch of the Arab Reading Challenge in 2015.
The biggest reading challenge 2021:
The 5th Arab Reading Challenge is the most extensive edition to date. The 21 million members from 14 Arab countries and 38 others with Arab diaspora serve a 55.5 per cent increase from the past year’s 13.5 million from 49 countries. Also read about taiwan defence zone.