The King Abdulaziz Al Saud Foundation for Islamic Studies and Human Sciences held the 60th meeting of its Board of Directors yesterday, at the Foundation’s headquarters in Casablanca, Morocco, headed by the Vice Chairman of the Board of Directors, Faisal bin Muammar.
The meeting, which was attended by the Moroccan Minister of Awqaf and Islamic Affairs and the Director General of the Foundation Dr. Ahmed Al-Tawfiq, the Saudi Ambassador to Morocco Abdullah bin Saad Al-Ghurairy, and several officials, discussed the Foundation’s activity at various scientific and academic levels, and its visions and plans for the 2023 cultural projects, including bringing more books and scientific journals to the institution’s library.
The Board members were briefed on the building of the bibliographic database program, whose storage has become reached 690,575 records, the diversity of the services provided to readers and researchers in 2022, the increase in the digital library balance to 2,724,478 pages, and the intensification of cultural activities such as seminars, lectures, and book fairs.
The Board concluded its discussions by presenting a set of practical opinions and recommendations that were centered around expanding the foundation’s presence at the Arab and international levels, as well as revising and endorsing the draft 2022 audit report.
Source: Saudi Press Agency