Fifty students from the Hadhramout Establishment for Human Development left Seiyun International Airport in the direction Paris on Friday.
Where they will pass the capital of the Republic of Sudan Khartoum to be their first stop in preparation for their final destination, France, as part of the search for information.
The scholarship coordinator, Engineer Abdulrahman Al-Bayti, said that this trip is considered as the first group of the scholars of the HEHD to France, adding that it is a new experience and quality of the HEHD in its journey within the scholarships program.
During the student farewell ceremony, Al-Bayti conveyed the greetings of the Board of Trustees under the leadership of Sheikh Eng. Abdullah Ahmed Buqshan, referring to the direct supervision of Engineer Abdullah Buqshan and his keenness on the success of this quality educational journey in the history of the HEHD.
The student Omar Jawas, one of the candidates to study in France, referring to the importance of the return of the qualified cadres that have received the opportunities of the scholarships, to be the fuel of the Hadhrami development that the HEHD draws.
Jawas thanked all the good people, headed by Sheikh Abdullah Buqshan, who are striving to educate their outstanding students in the finest and largest universities in the world.
Asmaa bin Shamlan (One of the candidates) explained the importance of educating the Hadrami girl and her influential role in the participation of men in the overall development of Hadhramout.
She added that the difficulties encountered in taking off the trip on time, confirming that the path of success is entangled in many thorns, which surrenders to their determination to achieve their desired goals and achieve the HEHD's agenda outlined in its practical objectives.
During their stay in Seiyun, the students were accompanied by the Scholarships Coordinator Eng. Abdulrahman Al-Bayti and the Public Relations and Media Officer at HEHD Mr. Saleh Belswad.
It is worth mention, that the HEHD number of scholars to France is 58 students, including eight sons of residents in Saudi Arabia.