Some of our experts joined us last month at the new offices of Al Marji’ Publications. Experts toured the premises, enjoyed yummy snacks by Banan Gharaibeh, and updated one another on their latest ventures and future contributions to readers of Family Flavours and Nakahat ‘Ailiyeh magazines.
Our Partners in Media
Hayat FM last month signed a cooperation agreement with Al Marji’ Publications, publisher of Family Flavours and Nakahat ‘Ailiyeh parenting magazines, for the fifth consecutive year.
This corporation agreement, signed by Musa Saket, Founder and Chairperson of Hayat FM radio station, and Hind-Lara Mango, Publisher and Managing Director at Al Marji’ Publications, stems from the shared aim of raising awareness about family values and parenting through expert contributions.
During the signing, Saket expressed his happiness for this sustainable partnership with Al Marji’ publications “which helps serve the family, the core and pillar of society.” He added that “Hayat FM considers this partnership an effective way to reach families because these magazines focus on the family and community.”
Mango added that “through this partnership between Family Flavours, Nakahat ‘Ailiyeh and Hayat FM, we can reach an even larger number of families and caregivers with information to support them to grow and develop in a healthy, happy and loving environment”.
Welcoming our new experts
Al Marji’ Publications signed a cooperation agreement with Dr Tareq Rasheed, a trainer and consultant for the International Training Center (ITC) of the International Labour Organisation (ILO). For Family Flavours this year, he will focus on your personal and professional development, from determining and managing your priorities to turning your goals into habits. Dr Rasheed will also offer training sessions for the team, experts and partners of Al Marji’ Publications. This month, he shares insights on successful family relations (page 70).
When she’s not working her full-time job as a designer at one of Amman’s top importers of high-end European brands for commercial and residential use, she’s a freelance designer. Lana Ismail, Interior and Product Designer, recently signed a cooperation agreement with Al Marji’ Publications. Ismael’s passions include upcycling (using what’s left over from her projects, such as leather and wood), renovating heritage pieces and bringing them back to life in a new style and volunteering for the Jordan Alzheimer’s Association. Check out her corner on page 110.
Italian Trade Agency (ITA) Celebrates Italian Cuisine Week in Amman
The Settimana della Cucina Italiana nel Mondo is a worldwide event launched by the Italian Ministry of Foreign Affairs to promote Italy’s agri-food sector and the Italian tradition of high-quality that reflected in the Culinary art. Under the coordination of the Embassy of Italy in Amman, ITA Amman organised a number of activities recently in Amman: Pastry Chef Federico Anzellotti, also President of CONPAIT (Italian Confederation of Pastry Chefs), gave a workshop in collaboration with the Royal Academy of Culinary arts (RACA), teaching students how to make some of the most popular traditional Italian desserts. RACA students also prepared an authentic Italian dinner under the guidance of Marco Murenu, Italian chef from ‘Il Terrazzo’ restaurant.
Importers, Italian products distributors, buyers and executive chefs from the most important restaurants in Amman joined the workshop Excellence of Authentic Italian Ingredients, gaining awareness about the value of Italian products.
Mövenpick Resort & Residences Aqaba & Mövenpick Resort & Spa Tala Bay Prioritise Social Responsibility
In collaboration with the Jordanian Hashemite Fund for Human Development (JOHUD) and Princess Basma Community Development Centre Aqaba, Mövenpick Resort & Residences Aqaba and Mövenpick Resort & Spa Tala Bay opened their doors to 75 orphans from the Mahhata Orphans Welfare Charity Society, who enjoyed a full day of activities and lunch. General Manager of Mövenpick Resort & Residences Aqaba and Mövenpick Resort & Spa Tala Bay, Dan Benzaquen, says, “It is our role to shed light on the needs of orphans and to invite them to participate in a diverse multitude of activities, as such inclusions are a national humanitarian and developmental duty.”