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The GDN reported yesterday that secondary pupils from ARKIS took part in the renovation of a house belonging to an elderly Bahraini couple.
Endexo is a catheter technology exclusively licensed to Arkis by Interface Biologics Inc for neurological cerebrospinal fluid applications.
Arkis students take part in a charity venture as part of their international baccalaureate programme, on an annual basis.
Arkis' new financing will accelerate the commercialisation of its less-invasive neurosurgical instrumentation and the market release of its in-licensed Endexo technology.
YBA Kanoo group chairman Mubarak Kanoo, Public Security Chief Major General Tariq Al Hassan, accreditation assistant secretary-general Dr Muna Al Balooshi, and ARKIS executive board of directors member Mubarak Saad Al Atwi were present at the ceremony.
The two have signed a land purchase agreement, with Diyar Al Muharraq represented at the signing ceremony by chairman Abdulhakim Alkhayyat, managing director ref Hejres and chief executive Dr Maher Al Shaer while ARKIS was represented by board member Tariq bin Abdul Latif Kanoo, along with Mubarak Atwi, Abdul Samad Abu Baker and Sunil Raj.
"At ARKIS, we believe that charity is more beneficial for the benefactor than it is for the beneficiary because what we take with us from these wonderful children far exceeds what we can ever give.
"We went to ARKIS and it was very touching because one girl had collected something like 2,300 bottles on her own."
A LIFE-CHANGING expedition to Africa by a group of Bahraini children will be showcased during an exhibition at Ahmed Rahman Kanoo International School (ARKIS) tomorrow.
Abdulrahman Kanoo International School (ARKIS), Al Noor International School, and Bahrain School reported of classes running as usual and normal student attendance.
Youngsters from Ahmed Rahman Kanoo International School (ARKIS) painted classrooms and donated gifts and money to staff to look after pupils.
More than 40 pupils from the Abdul Rahman Kanoo International School (ARKIS) will spend a week sprucing up classrooms at a school in Kenya, which is yet to be chosen.