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Saudi Crown Prince to Head National Preventive Program for Students - ASHARQ AL-AWSAT English Archive
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Riyadh – Crown Prince and Minister of Interior Prince Mohammed bin Nayef will head the Board of Trustees of the National Preventive Program for Students (Faten).

Prince Mohammed gave directions to work out a strategy for the program and implement the initiatives proposed by the participating parties, including: ministries of interior, education, Islamic affairs, labor and social development, culture and information, the Public Authority of Sports and King Abdulaziz Center for National Dialogue.

Ahmed al-Eisa, Minister of Education and vice president of the Faten’s Board of Trustees, expressed appreciation to the Crown Prince for accepting to preside over the program’s board.

Eisa added that implementing the directives will protect students and help the program put into practice its motto “Fatin for a safe generation.”

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