Who we are?
Mawaheb Foundatin is a non-profit civil organization founded at 2010, with a formal permission from Ministry of labor and social affairs, under the number (387) at 17th of May, its zone is the Republic of Yemen. Its main office located in Mukalla city the capital of Hadramaut governorate.
Why Mawaheb Foundation?
Mawahab Foundation has been founded in order to identify the gifted talented students starting from Hadramaut governorate; to arise their mental abilities to be refined and well trained .. and to create the scientific and psychological environment to develop these abilities.
Leading to develop the talented
Mawaheb Foundation aims to develop the talented with the most recent scientific tools to make a change for the best in their communities, through the international courses, programs and specialist centers, with the partnership of the related public and private foundations, in Yemen and outside.
1- Developing the mental and professional abilities of the talented.
2- Developing the gifted and talented and supporting them.
3- Developing the leadership skills of the talented.
4- Creating the suitable environment for developing the talented.
Fields of work:
1- Developing the gifted and talented in leadership.
2- Developing the gifted and talented mentally and vocationally.
3- Scientific studies and research.
4- Training the staff of caring the talented.
5- Provide scholarships for talented for studying abroad.
Our programs and activities:
1- Programs of leadership rehabilitation.
2- Programs of inventions and innovations.
3- Programs of robot and its industry.
4- Programs of teaching the effective thinking.
5- Programs of identifying the talented.
6- Programs of super memory.
7- Programs of debates.
8- Qualifying and training programs (students and teachers).
9- English language Programs.
10- Computer programs.
11- Programs of fun, sport and health
the foundation’s remarkable achievements
Eleven of its students got the best scores in academic achieving allover Hadramout governorate in primary school exams (Ninth Grade) during the two academic years 2010-2011 and 2011-2012..
In July 2012 its team won the first position in the first national competition of robotics in Sana’a in (competition of tracking the line).
In March 2013 its team won the first position allover Arab countries in the sixth Arabic open championship of robotics which is hold in Cairo in (competition of collecting balls).
Also, in the same year and in the same competition the second team of the foundation got the third position allover Arab countries in (competition of Somo(
In March 2014 the foundation’s team won the first award of the Seventh Open Arabic Championship for Robotics in (competition of collecting balls) in Doha, Qatar.
Its student present 22 innovative ideas in the field of innovation which attracted the attention of the committee of inventors in Al Mukalla city, some students were nominated to represent Yemen in the conference of (Young Inventor) in Belgium and Malaysia..
The contribution of two students in the Twelfth Talent Regional Conference of Asia and Pacific Ocean which was held in Dubai 2012.
The contribution of two students in the biggest camp for gifted and talented students in Quala Lumpur , which was prepared by Permata pintar, the national university (UKM) with cooperation of John Hobkins university in Malaysia.
One of the students obtained Jury Incentive Award for his invention (DESSY CAR) in the competition of invention which is hold by the Arabic Council for Gifted in Amman in 2013.
The contribution of one of the students as a spokesman in the conference of Tedex Al Mukalla at January 2015 about the achievements which the center’s team had achieved in the leagues of the sixth and seventh Arabic championships of Robotics.
All of the foundation students obtained high scores in the secondary school exams (grade thirteen), their scores are between 92% – 98%. In the (scientific major)..
Two of the foundation students obtained free scholarships to study in USA by (Al- Shaikh, Abdualla Boqshan).
The foundation hold a training course for ten trainers from some educational institutions from different governorates in Yemen.
The foundation’s team won two cups in the Eighth Open Arabic Championship of robotics in Amman (championship’s cup of difficult challenge and the second cup of collecting balls challenge) in March 2015.