In pics: The life of Soraya Salti, Injaz Al Arab

As the news of the death of Soraya Salti, president and CEO, Injaz Al Arab, spread on social media on Saturday condolences poured in from around the world.
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As the news of the death of Soraya Salti, president and CEO, Injaz Al Arab, spread on social media on Saturday condolences poured in from around the world.
\n“Soraya Salti an Arab Hero moves on. You will be missed by the thousands of people you touched,” Fadi Ghandour, the founder of Aramex, wrote in a Facebook post yesterday.
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Salti was the chair of the 2011 World Economic Forum Action Group on entrepreneurship.
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From 2004, Salti was the regional director of INJAZ al Arab, a regional office of Junior Achievement Worldwide (JAW), and was also a founding board member of the Queen Rania Awards for Excellence in Education.br>\nAs the regional director of INJAZ al Arab, Salti cooperated with the regional ministries of education and the private sector to offer special educational programmes to young people across the Arab world. Under her leadership, INJAZ has offered entrepreneurship trainings to over 2 million students, and now works in Algeria, Bahrain, Egypt, Kuwait, Lebanon, Morocco, Oman, Palestine, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, Tunisia, the United Arab Emirates, Yemen and Pakistan.
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From 2004, Salti was the regional director of INJAZ al Arab, a regional office of Junior Achievement Worldwide (JAW), and was also a founding board member of the Queen Rania Awards for Excellence in Education.br>\nAs the regional director of INJAZ al Arab, Salti cooperated with the regional ministries of education and the private sector to offer special educational programmes to young people across the Arab world. Under her leadership, INJAZ has offered entrepreneurship trainings to over 2 million students, and now works in Algeria, Bahrain, Egypt, Kuwait, Lebanon, Morocco, Oman, Palestine, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, Tunisia, the United Arab Emirates, Yemen and Pakistan.
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From 2004, Salti was the regional director of INJAZ al Arab, a regional office of Junior Achievement Worldwide (JAW), and was also a founding board member of the Queen Rania Awards for Excellence in Education.br>\nAs the regional director of INJAZ al Arab, Salti cooperated with the regional ministries of education and the private sector to offer special educational programmes to young people across the Arab world. Under her leadership, INJAZ has offered entrepreneurship trainings to over 2 million students, and now works in Algeria, Bahrain, Egypt, Kuwait, Lebanon, Morocco, Oman, Palestine, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, Tunisia, the United Arab Emirates, Yemen and Pakistan.
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From 2004, Salti was the regional director of INJAZ al Arab, a regional office of Junior Achievement Worldwide (JAW), and was also a founding board member of the Queen Rania Awards for Excellence in Education.br>\nAs the regional director of INJAZ al Arab, Salti cooperated with the regional ministries of education and the private sector to offer special educational programmes to young people across the Arab world. Under her leadership, INJAZ has offered entrepreneurship trainings to over 2 million students, and now works in Algeria, Bahrain, Egypt, Kuwait, Lebanon, Morocco, Oman, Palestine, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, Tunisia, the United Arab Emirates, Yemen and Pakistan.
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From 2004, Salti was the regional director of INJAZ al Arab, a regional office of Junior Achievement Worldwide (JAW), and was also a founding board member of the Queen Rania Awards for Excellence in Education.br>\nAs the regional director of INJAZ al Arab, Salti cooperated with the regional ministries of education and the private sector to offer special educational programmes to young people across the Arab world. Under her leadership, INJAZ has offered entrepreneurship trainings to over 2 million students, and now works in Algeria, Bahrain, Egypt, Kuwait, Lebanon, Morocco, Oman, Palestine, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, Tunisia, the United Arab Emirates, Yemen and Pakistan.
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Soraya Salti was also recognised by President Barack Obama in his opening speech at the Presidential Summit on Entrepreneurship held in Washington D.C. April 2010 where he said: “We have people like Soraya Salti of Jordan who are empowering the young men and women who will be leaders of tomorrow. Together they represent the great potential and expectations of young people around the world.
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Soraya Salti was also recognised by President Barack Obama in his opening speech at the Presidential Summit on Entrepreneurship held in Washington D.C. April 2010 where he said: “We have people like Soraya Salti of Jordan who are empowering the young men and women who will be leaders of tomorrow. Together they represent the great potential and expectations of young people around the world.

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