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H.E. Sir Manuel Freire-Garabal appointed by Machu Picchu (Peru) Government

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His Excellency Sir Manuel Freire-Garabal y Núñez, President of the Private Council of His Highness Mahmoud Salah Al Din Assaf and Patronage Member of Assaf Foundation, has recently appointed by the District Municipality of Machu Picchu because of his contribution, with the Delegate of Social Affairs of the Private Council of His Highness Mahmoud Salah Al Din Assaf, His Excellency Luis Suarez Hernandez, to the education bridges between Europe and America given by the Mayor Darwin Baca Leon to His Excellency Sir Manuel Freire-Garabal represented by His Excellency Luis Suarez Hernandez.

On July 7, 2007, Machu Picchu was chosen one of the New 7 Wonders of the Modern World; these were chosen by more than 100 million people around the world, through an open vote on the Internet; The wonders were announced in random order by the New Open World Corporation (NOWC) and chosen as the best destination in the world in 2016 and owner of some of the most amazing structures in the world.

For more information, the 7 wonders of the world are a set of surprising constructions, considered by many people as the 7 best constructions in the world. These are the seven wonders of the modern world, without any special order: The Great Wall of China (China), Petra (Jordan), The Christ Redeemer of Rio de Janeiro (Brazil), Machu Picchu (Peru), Chichen Itza (Mexico) , The Colosseum in Rome (Italy) and The TajMahal (India).

Assaf Foundation Member His Excellency Luis Suarez honoring in Miami

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His Excellency Ambassador Luis Suárez Hernández, Delegate of Social Affairs of the Private Council of His Highness Mahmoud Salah Al Din Assaf, with the Vice-Mayor of Medley, FL and in representation of the Mayor Roberto Martell, appointing Kattia Castellano in her retirement ceremony at Coral Gables Police Department for her great humanitarian effort and dedication againts domestic violence.

  

 

Assaf Foundation Member H.E. Luis Suarez in social development

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Roberto Martell Mayor of the City of Medley opens the doors to a special group of children from the Fray Masías Foundation of Peru who presented their culture and art. Thanks to the management of His Excellency Luis Suárez Hernández, Delegate of Social Affairs of the Private Council of His Highness Mahmoud Salah Al Din Assaf and President of Suárez Museum of Natural Science & History, together with Roxana Corcuera of Bryan Art Foundation.

H.E. Sir Manuel Freire-Garabal appointed Contributor of the Times of India and the Economic Times

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His Excellency Sir Manuel Freire-Garabal y Núñez, President of the Private Council of His Highness Mahmoud Salah Al Din Assaf and Assaf Foundation Patronage Member, appointed Contributor of the Times of India and the Economic Times.

In his first article for both media he expressed the importance of Online Learning in Middle East Countries and Asian Countries.

Congratulations dear boss!!

https://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/blogs/disruption-in-higher-education/the-revolution-of-online-learning/

https://economictimes.indiatimes.com/blogs/author/manuel-freire-garabal-y-nunez/

 

 

Assaf Member H.E. Luis Suarez Honored by Lions Club

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Recognition of His Excellency Luis Suárez Hernández, Delegate of Social Affairs of the Private Council of His Highness Mahmoud Salah Al Din Assaf, by the Governor of the Lion Club International, District 35 N. Next to the Consul General of Colombia in Miami.

H.E. SIR MANUEL FREIRE-GARABAL FELLOW OF THE ROYAL ASIATIC SOCIETY

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His Excellency Sir Manuel Freire-Garabal y Núñez, President of the Private Council of His Highness Mahmoud Salah Al din Assaf and Grand Chancellor of the Royal Order of Banu Assaf, has been approved in principle Council to become a Fellow of the Royal Asiatic Society of Great Britain and Ireland.

Archive photo at World Economic Forum 2019 at Forbes-MIT-Tata Forum

The Royal Asiatic Society of Great Britain and Ireland was founded by the eminent Sanskrit scholar, Henry Thomas Colebrooke, on the 15th March 1823. It received its Royal Charter from King George IV on the 11th August 1824 ‘for the investigation of subjects connected with and for the encouragement of science, literature and the arts in relation to Asia‘.

Many distinguished scholars have been members of the Society, including Sir Richard Burton (1821-90), the noted explorer and translator of One Thousand and One Nights and the Kama Sutra; Sir Aurel Stein (1862-1943), the renowned archaeologist of the ‘Silk Road’ and Rabindranath Tagore (1861-1941), the famous Bengali writer and poet.

From its incorporation the Society has been a forum, through lectures, its journal, and other publications, for scholarship relating to Asian culture and society of the highest level. It is the United Kingdom’s senior learned society in the field of Asian studies. Fellows of the Society are elected regularly. Fellows include highly accomplished and notable scholars of Asian Studies. They use the post-nominal letters F.R.A.S.

The Society provides a forum for those who are interested in the history, languages, cultures and religions of Asia to meet and exchange ideas. It offers lectures and seminars and it provides facilities for research and publishing.

The Journal of the Royal Asiatic Society (JRAS) is published by Cambridge University Press four times a year, each issue containing a number of scholarly essays, and several book reviews. It has been published under its current name since 1991, having previously been the Journal of the Royal Asiatic Society of Great Britain and Ireland (1834–1991) and Transactions of the Royal Asiatic Society of Great Britain and Ireland (1824–1834). The present editor of the journal is Dr Sarah Ansari of Royal Holloway, University of London. The Executive Editor is Charlotte de Blois. The society also regularly publishes historical manuscripts, and monographs of the highest academic quality on numerous topics.

Assaf Foundation & Al-Khalifa Business School supporting Higher Education

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Assaf Foundation develops with Al-Khalifa Business School the project “Cross-Cultural and Cross-Functional Higher Education Project” Partnership for SDGs  Initiative Registered (Ref. #33195) in the database of United Nations Sustainable Development Goals trough AKBS.

The intention of AKBS is helping students trough their internship program the possibility of giving them free studies in the Business School giving them free courses and certifications at the same time of network connections and job possibilities for their future as well as starting a career in the Business School from the Starting programs of January 2020.

Since Assaf Foundation we welcome other Foundations, NGO´s, and Private Investors to support this commendable project in partnership with us and Al-Khalifa Business School.

The funds that are raised will serve to contribute to the intensive training of students and professionals who want to obtain an improvement in their careers in order to prosper contributing to sustainable development in all parts of the World.

Feel free to join Assaf Foundation and Al-Khalifa Business School!

https://paypal.me/assaffoundationakbs?locale.x=en_GB

(Donations minimum 15GBP)

Official Communication

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There is an illegal use of corporate image and institutional name in operation where the the Private Council of His Highness Mahmoud Salah Al Din Assaf name and the the name of His Highness Mahmoud Salah Al Din Assaf, as well as the registered coat of arms are being used without consent in an apparent “Business Club” webpage called “Kitty Mason Business Club”.

The person who manages that webpage it is a former member of the Private Council (Marcel van Vleuten) who because of different situations in which loyalty was violated with fraud, cause the immediately fire of our institution as well as all the honours attributed to him had been removed. 

In any moment, his company or himself had the authority to use our image as well as our name for publishing or to share any kind of partnership with our office.

Because by private communications the webpage didn’t remove the ilegal use of our name and our corporate image, we give this company a period of 24 hours to remove it or legal actions will be taken.

As we know, other image and institutions names had being used illegally in the same webpage and all of them had being advertised with the aim of prevent more institutional damages.

Vila Madi, October 15th, 2019.

The Private Council of His Highness Mahmoud Salah Al Din Assaf

https://kittymason-vip.com/private-council-of-h-h-the-prince-mahmoud-salah-al-din-assaf/

His Excellency Sir Manuel Freire-Garabal awarded for Education Support

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His Excellency Sir Manuel Freire-Garabal y Núñez, President of the Private Council of His Highness Mahmoud Salah Al Din Assaf and Patronage Member of Assaf Foundation, has been appointed by Pan African Leadership and Entrepreneurship Development Centre (PALEDEC) in recognition of his efforts supporting Education since the field of Higher Education.

The Pan African Leadership and Entrepreneurship Development Centre (PALEDEC) is a community-focused Leadership, social entrepreneurship and capacity development charitable institution founded as a global initiative to make Africa better by moving Africa from consumption of international aid programs to a strong strategic economic and geopolitical partner by promoting trade, investment and socio-economic development in Africa.

 

 

They are concerned about putting African citizens on the path to self-sufficiency and economic productivity while fostering community resilience. For the past 5 years of existence, The Pan African Leadership and Entrepreneurship Development Centre has directly impacted over 12,000 people through our unique programs and the continued commitment of individuals, institutions, corporate organizations, mentors, sponsors and partners who share their passion in raising generations of transformation leaders and entrepreneurs across Africa. They have organized and facilitated high profile investment gatherings across major cities in Africa, Asia and Europe.