Lattakia, SANA_ Two Syrian University students will participate in the competition of the Junior Chamber International (JCI) to be held in Japan after they have won the competition organized in Lattakia for the top 10 youths for the year 2020.
The first student, Mohammad Araj, who is studying Mechatronic Engineering at Tishreen University, has participated in developing some projects in cooperation with the Syrian Computer Society to help Persons with Disabilities to move from one place to another and to serve themselves.
Araj, who is a member of the SCS’s Robotics Club, asserted that the society plays a positive and active role in ensuring all forms of support despite the difficult circumstances the country is passing through.
The second student is George Mrash, a graduate of Damascus University and, who has got a master degree in World Health and social justice from King’s college in London.
Chairperson of the SCS’s Lattakia branch Mariam Fayoud said that the technical innovations of the Syrian youths meet the needs of local society amid the time of war.