An-Najah Wins Second Place in the Falling Walls Lab Palestine Competition
Student Tasneem Abuhijleh of An-Najah's Public Health MA programme has recently won second place in the Falling Walls Lab Palestine, a competition organized by the German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD) and supported by the German Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
Her project titled: "Tafkeek" is an e-waste dismantling facility that aims at connecting e-waste generators in Palestine and e-waste recycling companies abroad, mainly in Europe and Asia.
Abuhijleh is also one of the 24 selected entrepreneurs to follow the incubation phase of the SwitchMed Green Entrepreneurship Programme.
It is worth mentioning that the first place also went to An-Najah staff Engineer Mays Shadeed, Lecturer at the Faculty of Engineering and IT for a project she supervised titled: "Breaking the Wall of Fresh Water".
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