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The Mustafa Prize Representatives Club

 

In His Sublime Name

“And whatever expenditure you expend, and whatever vow you vow, surely God knows it.”   (Al-Baqara: 270)

 

In order to play an influential role in developing science and technology ecosystem across the Muslim world, the Mustafa Science and Technology Foundation (MSTF) began its activities within the society where it prepares the ground for strengthening school students’ interest in applied science and arousing their enthusiasm for practical scientific concepts, while moving toward inspiring such devotion among university students. The MSTF seeks to help these young thinkers develop their creative talents to the fullest so that they can provide scientific solutions for the problems of the society. The Foundation aims to develop science and technology exchange platforms among scientists and researchers in the scientific community to foster the mutual cooperation among them and benefit from the eminent scientists of the Muslim world in consolidating long-term cooperation between scientific and technological centers and universities. Exploiting benefactors’ righteous intentions and the good tradition of endowment, the MSTF tries to lay the groundwork for improving this science and technology ecosystem.

The Mustafa Prize Representatives Club welcomes all those enthusiasts in the MSTF who help promote science and technology areas of the Muslim world.

The Mustafa Prize Representatives would interact with each other and also with the MSTF to develop cooperative partnerships to further advance science and technology in the Muslim world at different levels of society. School and university students, teachers, professors, young scientists, prominent scientists, centers of science and technology, and knowledge-based companies along with the MSTF will help expand their scope of access to science in the Islamic world and international arena as well as benefiting from the joint services within this network.

The Mustafa Prize Representative is a natural person who has voluntarily agreed to employ his capabilities and capacities in realizing the goals and objectives of the MSTF. Adopting a non-profit, public-utility-service manner, these individuals seek to develop and influence the network of delegates so that the scientific community could reap more fruits from the MSTF activities including Noor School Student Competition, KANS Scientific Competition, Science and Technology Exchange Program (STEP), and they would help attract benefactors and develop an international network. The Mustafa Prize Representatives are allowed to take executive and operational measures to help meet the MSTF’s goals.

 

  1. The Framework for the Activities of the Mustafa Prize Representatives

 

    1.  Establishing relations and cooperation with national and international organizations within the framework of  MSTF’s missions;

 

  • Establishing portals for introducing or approving the MSTF’s activities in international organizations;
  • Identifying partner NGOs or those with similar activities;
  • Identifying opportunities for joint international cooperation with other institutions and presenting an executive plan;
  • Updating regional databases appropriate to the representatives’ scope of activity;

 

    1. Helping to develop MSTF’s effective relationship with scientists, activists and supporters of science and technology;
    2. Identifying and communicating with new sponsors and partners from other NGOs;
    3. Helping to create and disseminate content and expand interaction with the media;
    4. Laying the groundwork for the effective presence and participation of MSTF in international scientific and technological programs and events (introducing MSTF in events, holding joint/independent/side meetings, etc.);
    5. Helping to provide financial and in-kind supports in line with the MSTF’s programs;

 

 

 

 

  1. Titles conferred to the Mustafa Prize Representatives

 

The Mustafa Prize Representatives will be given titles at three levels (in order of highest rank) as the Mustafa Prize Ambassador, the Mustafa Prize Envoy, and the Mustafa Prize Counselor:

 

    1. The Mustafa Prize Ambassador proposes plans for developing the activities of MSTF and lays the groundwork for their realization and at the same time plays the role other the two other ranks.

 

      1. Scope of Authority
  • Obtaining approval from the MSTF on generalities of programs and implementing them;
  • No need to obtain permission to use the MSTF’s credit and reputation;
  • Obtaining approval from the MSTF on any financial commitments;

 

    1. The Mustafa Prize Envoy plans and develops a model to address the MSTF’s issues and implements it upon the MSTF’s approval. Mustafa Prize Envoy plays the role of the Mustafa Prize Counselor too.   

 

      1. Scope of Authority
  • Obtaining approval from the MSTF on operational phases and not the details of each phase and implementing them;
  • Obtaining permission to use the MSTF’s credit and reputation;
  • Obtaining approval from the MSTF on any financial commitments;

 

    1. The Mustafa Prize Counselor seeks to lay the groundwork for meeting the needs of MSTF based on the existing models in MSTF as well as expanding MSTF’s programs in fulfilling its missions effectively.

 

      1. Scope of Authority
  • Obtaining approval on the details of activities and implementing them;
  • Obtaining permission to use MSTF’s credit and reputation;
  • Obtaining approval from the MSTF on any financial activities;

 

 

  1. Membership Requirements for the Mustafa Prize Representatives

 

  1. Pursuing the MSTF visions and missions and seeking to realize and disseminate them;
  2. Having a high social and professional status with regard to their area of activity;
  3. Having influential roles in government, associations, universities and research institutes, NGOs, civil society, UN agencies, and international organizations;
  4. Having a full command of English or Arabic or other more frequently spoken languages in Islamic World (all interchanges and correspondences shall be in English);
  5. Being experienced and an expert in the area of activity;
  6. Possessing consummate networking skills;
  7. Having an experience of social-humanitarian initiatives and developing partnerships among NGOs;
  8. Possessing remarkable abilities in developing social media content or other areas of expertise;

 

 

  1. Membership Benefits of the Mustafa Prize Representatives Club

 

  1. Opportunity to expand a professional network;
  2. Cooperation with other representatives to establish a network of international activities in science and technology;
  3. Playing a voluntary role in the MSTF interactions;

 

 

  1. Membership Process of the Mustafa Prize Representatives Club

 

    1. Completing a specified form and uploading the relevant documents on the MSTF website;

 

  • Submitting personal and professional information (CV);
  • Presenting a two-year action plan with full knowledge of opportunities, challenges, needs, personal skills and mass communication;
  • Declaring the objectives and aims to be a member in the Mustafa Prize Representatives Club;
  • Submitting pictures of the passport and educational/academic degrees;

 

    1. Assessing applicants’ specialist and technical-professional qualifications

 

  • Assessing specialist and vocational qualifications by the MSTF International Committee;
  • Determining to use the title of ‘representative’ by the committee;

 

    1. Granting the ‘representative’ title
  • Issuing a two-year representative decree by which representatives can have a business card and create an email;

 

    1. Performance evaluation and extension of the title
  • Submitting annual performance reports to the MSTF International Committee and attending periodic meetings;
  • Offering title decree extension and promotion opportunities biennially in accordance with the type of participation, at members’ request and upon the approval of the MSTF International Committee;
  • Electing the Top Representative in the General Assembly and honoring them;

 

 

  1. Advantages of Being a Member of the Mustafa Prize Representatives Club

 

    1. The Mustafa Prize Ambassador
  • Granting the ambassador title decree by the MSTF CEO in an official ceremony;
  • Attending the MSTF international events at the invitation of MSTF (for free);
  • Attending the Mustafa Prize Awards Ceremony with two companions (for free);
  • Having the ambassador’s name appear on the MSTF website;
  • Attending the annual ceremony of the Mustafa Prize Representatives;

 

    1. The Mustafa Prize Envoy
  • Attending the MSTF international events at the invitation of MSTF (free accommodation);
  • Attending the Mustafa Prize Awards Ceremony (for free);
  • Having the envoy’s name appear on the MSTF website;
  • Attending the annual ceremony of the Mustafa Prize Representatives;

 

    1. The Mustafa Prize Counselor
  • Attending the Mustafa Prize Awards Ceremony (free accommodation);
  • Having the counselor’s membership as a news story printed on the MSTF website;
  • Attending the annual ceremony of the Mustafa Prize Representatives;
  • Attending the meeting on experience exchanges and capacity improvement of the Mustafa Prize representatives;

 

 

  1. Promotion of Representatives to Higher Positions after Each Two Rounds (four years) upon reviewing the Following Items by the MSTF International Committee:

 

    1. Good periodic performance vis-à-vis the responsibilities assumed and programs proposed by the representative on fostering cooperation in science or media with the approval of the MSTF International Committee;
    2. Raising funds, holding the MSTF events or receiving services from international organizations approved by the MSTF International Committee worth 200,000 USD (Level 1: the Mustafa Prize Ambassador), 100,000 USD (Level 2: the Mustafa Prize Envoy), and 50,000 USD (Level 3: and the Mustafa Prize Counselor);

 

 

  1. Mustafa Prize Representatives Assembly

The Mustafa Prize Representatives Assembly is held biennially with the presence of representatives from various areas. Analyzing the performance of the Mustafa Prize Representatives Club at the international arena, the members discuss views and share experiences in specialized committees. The Assembly proposes short- and long-term plans for the future of the Club.

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