To ensure support reaches its beneficiaries optimally, Tamkeen: “We are in contact with organizations that do not meet the criteria”

Sarah Faisal

As originally published on StartUp Bahrain.

The Labor Fund ‘Tamkeen‘ confirmed that the work is being carried out urgently to complete the review and evaluation of all requests received since the announcement of the launch of the Business Continuity Support Program in April this year.

Dr. Ebrahim Mohamed Janahi, CEO of the Labor Fund ‘Tamkeen’, said that the program was launched with a budget of 40 million BHD, in order to support the institutions most affected by the effects of the COVID-19 virus, which places Tamkeen with a great responsibility in guaranteeing that the support reaches its beneficiaries.

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