Kuwait Foundation for the Advancement of Science announced 24 Kuwaiti projects in 2010 among the Kuwait E-Awards winners for their contribution in enriching local electronic content.

“All thanks to Allah that by His grace our websites of Al-Najat Charity Society, Islam Presentation Committee and E-Da`wah Committee, won the three awards through their three projects in the Kuwait E-Awards for 2012”, Dr. Abdullah Al-Ajeel, chairman of E-Da`wah Committee, IT Consultant at Al-Najat Charity Society, said.

“After close examination of the participating Kuwaiti projects at their recurring meetings over this month, the award’s 17-member committee of Kuwaiti experts in Information technology – under supervision of representatives from the international informatics award who came to Kuwait to run the selection process according to international award evaluation criteria, it selected the winners of the award’s eight categories”, Al-Ajeel added.

Dr. Abdullah clarified that IPC website, www.IPC.org.kw, won the ‘first place’ in the of Electronic Content field, while E-Da`wah Committee came second in Electronic Education category for its ‘Da`wah Skills’ website, www.DawahSkills.com, and third for its ‘Learn to Pray’, CD/DVD apps in both English and Arabic.

Kuwait E-Award is an annual prize-gaining event held by Kuwait Foundation for Advancement of Sciences (KFAS). The award, first launched in 2008, is the Kuwait official award under the World Summit Award; the UN e-content award (UN GAID).

Kuwait E-Award is held under patronage of His Highness the Amir Sheikh Sabah Al-Ahmad Al-Jaber Al-Sabah in efforts to encourage invaluable national electronic productivity in line with global requirements where the local winners of the prize are official candidates representing Kuwait to compete in the international field.