Crown Prince's Wife Launches ilmi STREAM Initiative in Saudi Arabia

  • Publish date: Sunday، 21 May 2023
Crown Prince's Wife Launches ilmi STREAM Initiative in Saudi Arabia
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Princess Sara Bint Mashhour, wife of Crown Prince Mohammed Bin Salman, has launched ilmi ("My Knowledge" in Arabic), a new Centre for Science, Technology, Reading, Engineering, Arts, and Mathematics (STREAM) learning.

It will be located in Mohammed Bin Salman Nonprofit City in Riyadh over an area of 27,000 square meters and officially open in 2025. 

ilmi will be a centre that inspires and empowers young people across the Kingdom to explore, and create, as well as tackle challenges hands-on.

"ilmi will be a beacon of creativity, learning and accessibility. It will offer all Saudi Arabia's young and lifelong learners the ability to realize their potential, further drive advances in the Kingdom, and help shape the future. Together, I hope that we will all create ilmi, and inspire and support our next generation," Princess Sara said.

ilmi will create a regularly refreshed program of STREAM content, ensuring that its offering remains relevant to young people as their needs evolve.

It is a philanthropic, non-government initiative incubated and supported by the Mohammed Bin Salman Foundation Misk.

Image source: @ilmiofficialSa Twitter account.