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The “Sad” application wins the Kuwait Award for Excellence and Creativity

Al-Mukaimi: “SAD” for teaching the Holy Qur’an is an idea and implementation by Kuwaiti youth

Al-Failakawi: We seek for Kuwait to be a leader in teaching the Qur’an

Al-Safran: 30,000 students and more than 1,300 teachers around the world

تطبيق "صاد" يفوز بجائزة الكويت للتميز والإبداع

The “Sad” electronic application for teaching the Holy Quran won the Kuwait Award for Youth Excellence and Creativity in its sixth edition, which was organized by the Public Authority for Youth under the patronage and presence of His Highness Sheikh Dr. Muhammad Sabah Al-Salem Al-Sabah, Prime Minister.

The founding partner of the “Sad” application, Dr. Khaled Al-Mukaimi awarded the award allocated to the Sharia Sciences category during the awards ceremony, expressing great happiness and pride in this achievement, which was the culmination of the efforts of those responsible for this application, and offering the highest expressions of thanks and appreciation to His Highness the Prime Minister for his sponsorship and attendance of this ceremony. He also thanked the General Authority for Youth for the good... Organizing this event, which aims to support innovative and distinguished Kuwaiti youth.

Al-Mukaimi stated that the “Sad” electronic application aims to serve the Holy Qur’an and facilitate its recitation and memorization, explaining that the application seeks to reach most countries in the world, “which is the vision that we are looking forward to strengthening,” praising in this aspect the efforts of the success partners and the owners of the idea, especially mentioning the founding partners in The application was developed by Khaled Al-Safran and Mishal Al-Failakawi, who contributed to the implementation and development of this application.

In turn, Khaled Al-Safran said that “SAD” has attracted nearly 30,000 students, both male and female, and more than 1,300 male and female teachers around the world, explaining that the number of Qur’anic sessions that have taken place through the application so far has reached nearly half a million Qur’anic sessions.

He stated that “Sad” is an integrated electronic educational system (recitation, listening, and teaching) that includes follow-up, communication, and evaluation, maintains the privacy of the teacher and learner, and allows the participant to enter the Qur’anic session at any time and from any place.

He stressed that the application provides an educational and valuable curriculum, as well as archiving and preserving Qur’anic sessions to enhance understanding and mastery, noting that “SAD” provides its services to men and women at all times via video or audio communication, and under the supervision of a specialized academic team and certified educational staff.

Al-Safran expressed his pride in the success achieved in Kuwait through cooperation initiatives with the Ministry of Education, the Public Authority for Applied Education and Training, and Warba Bank, pointing out that the application succeeded in providing e-learning to hundreds of male and female students, in addition to holding educational competitions, whether monthly or seasonal.

For his part, Mishal Al-Failakawi said that those responsible for “SAD” were keen to establish a company to support the application, take it towards broader horizons, and reach a more advanced level to achieve sustainability and continuous technical progress that keeps pace with the most important global experiences in the field of e-learning, indicating that efforts are continuing from The working team to make “Sad” the first application in the world for memorizing the Qur’an, and to achieve spread on all continents and in all languages.

تطبيق "صاد" يفوز بجائزة الكويت للتميز والإبداع

Al-Failakawi stressed that transforming “SAD” into a global center for memorizing the Holy Qur’an based in Kuwait is “one of the most prominent strategic goals that we have in mind,” stressing that the application has achieved wonderful leaps and recorded successful experiences outside Kuwait by providing services to refugees, male and female, in diaspora camps, and Muslim minorities in Diaspora countries that find it difficult to access episodes of the Holy Qur’an.

At the conclusion of his statement, Al-Failakawi considered that winning the Kuwait Award for Youth Excellence and Creativity in its sixth edition is the result of collective work by diligent and persistent Kuwaiti youth, adding that the award is a source of pride and honor for all those in charge of the application, who primarily aim to serve the Holy Qur’an.



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