Amman/March 2019) Bank of Jordan has announced renewing its partnership with the Children’s Museum for the 10th year respectively in support of their “Open Day” program. This is considered to be one of the Children’s Museum’s most popular programs, during which entry is free of charge for visitors and their families on the first Saturday of every month. This provide children the opportunity to benefit from an interactive learning experience through play and explore over 180 displays in the indoor gallery and outdoor space, in addition to benefiting from the multidisciplinary stations such as the art studio and library.

Throughout the year, the Bank, in collaboration with the Children’s Museum, will present several activities, educational programs and exciting competitions for visitors during Open Day, where winners will receive prizes. An important aspect to highlight is that the Bank’s events allow for the inclusion of all members of society, children and their families and up to 35,000 visitors attended the Open Day in 2018.

Mr. Saleh Hammad, Bank of Jordan’s General Manager stated: “We are proud to be part of the Museum’s successful educational experience and providing the opportunity for as many children and families to experience something special that aims to teach a generation to create progress for our future society.”

From her end, Sawsan Dallaq, head of the Children’s Museum stated: “Over the past ten years, our exceptional relationship with Bank of Jordan has showcased their long-term vision including interactive teaching and their applications’ ability to create change. We are constantly proud of this partnership’s ability to accomplish its goals on a deeper level each time around, and presenting this experience to as many children as possible through the range of programs offered.”