Prince Mohammad Bin Fahd's Accomplishments Initiatives

Prince Mohammad Bin Fahd International Foundation

Over the years the initiatives of HRH Prince Mohammad Bin Fahd Abdulaziz grew in number and scope. Some initiatives were launched to serve communities outside the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia and in other countries of the world. As a result, the Prince Mohammad Bin Fahd International Foundation (PMIF) was established and is based in London. The PMIF focuses in launching initiatives that contribute to human development internationally. International Initiatives embraced under the umbrella of PMIF include the following:

  • The Knowledge Project:
    The main objectives of the initiative is to disseminate existing knowledge and research output so that it can be used in achieving human development internationally. The project tracks the development in the various fields of knowledge as expressed in international publications, translate these publications to different languages and distribute the translated publications internationally to make them accessible to international communities.

  • Prince Nayef Bin Abdulaziz Center for Peace and Tolerance:
    The Prince Nayef Bin Abdulaziz Center for Peace and Tolerance described in the Support for Research section, has started operating under the PMIF due to the nature of its international outlook to Peace. The Center was established in 2016 and will launch activities in 2017 in collaboration with the Oslo Center in Norway.

  • Competition for the Best Book in the field of Youth Development in the Arab Countries:
    The PMIF launched a prize for the best book in the field of youth development in the Arab countries. In 2016, 112 authors from 17 Arab countries participated. The winning books were selected and the PMFHD formed a work team to draw the best practices described in the books to be publicized and made available to organization concerned with the youth development to make use of them.

  • Prince Mohammad Bin Fahd Prize for the best Charity Performance in the Arab countries:
    The Prize has been described in the Humanitarian projects section. It currently operates under the umbrella of the PMIF for increased international outreach. In 2016, 156 charity organizations and societies from 15 Arab countries participated in the competition.

  • The Arabic Language Program:
    The Program is an initiative that aims to preserve the authenticity of the Arabic Language and enrich knowledge in Arabic. It teaches Arabic as a Foreign Language and train teachers to support this task in non-Arab communities. The Program also supports translation from and to the Arabic Language to overcome language barrier to knowledge.