Dear Mizna and Terheeb,
Again, alf mabrook to you all for last night. I was so impressed with the whole evening. Please do tell your group who made the presentation that it was very professional. I really thought you had taken it to a professional group to do for you.
But what I like best is the fact that you are facing your challenges and taking a creative approach to them. You didn't have an indoor space for the meeting? You held it outside and arranged it beautifully. You can't find qualified teachers? You are training them and then seeking help from others to find ways to keep them. You didn't have your own building? You joined up with a school and opened anyway in order to get started. The materials you need for teaching are not available? You have trained your teachers to develop their own. This is the way progress happens. If you wait until someone else gives you what you need, you'll never make it. But you are not doing that. You are being creative and taking one step at a time to move forward. I think the signs are very good for continuous progress. I congratulate you and applaud you. You should be very proud of all that you have done in such a short time.
One other comment related to the discussion last. Do not wait for the government to provide what you need. Get whatever help you can from them but never wait for them. Move ahead with other like-minded people and keep the government people with you as much as possible. The government -- and Aramco and people, generally -- are most likely to give its support to an organization that has already proven its effectiveness. So do that and proceed. It will always be a struggle but you will succeed – in baby steps. But that's OK, just keep the direction going forward and don't wait for others.