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Oman, Arabian Peninsula
Population: 4,613,241
Political Leader: P.M. Qaboos bin Said Al-Said
Religions: Muslim 85.9%, Christian 6.5%, Hindu 5.5%, Buddhist 0.8%
Persecution Ranking:44th
Life Expectancy: 75.7 years
Literacy Rate: 93%
Percent of People in Poverty: Not Ranked
Refugees Living in Oman: 5,000

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Students in Oman have tremendous talent that can be harnessed for a sustainable economic and social future, according to an executive from computer giant, Microsoft . Speaking exclusively to Times of Oman at the BETT 2019 conference in Abu Dhabi, Anthony Salcito, Vice President of Education for Microsoft, said that students in Oman already had the mindset to help the country thrive and give back to their communities. All they needed were the opportunities to do so. He also said that technology had enabled students to gain access to information they couldn’t reach previously. “We know that students everywhere, regardless of where they live, have a connection to their community,” he told Times of Oman. Pray that the students will receive direction to know their creator God. Pray that the youngsters will become prudent to use their talents. (The Bible, Proverbs 1:4).

Students in Oman very talented: Microsoft

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Oman, Arabian Peninsula
Population: 4,613,241
Political Leader: P.M. Qaboos bin Said Al-Said
Religions: Muslim 85.9%, Christian 6.5%, Hindu 5.5%, Buddhist 0.8%
Persecution Ranking:44th
Life Expectancy: 75.7 years
Literacy Rate: 93%
Percent of People in Poverty: Not Ranked
Refugees Living in Oman: 5,000

Pray4Oman Facebook Page

Students in Oman have tremendous talent that can be harnessed for a sustainable economic and social future, according to an executive from computer giant, Microsoft . Speaking exclusively to Times of Oman at the BETT 2019 conference in Abu Dhabi, Anthony Salcito, Vice President of Education for Microsoft, said that students in Oman already had the mindset to help the country thrive and give back to their communities. All they needed were the opportunities to do so. He also said that technology had enabled students to gain access to information they couldn’t reach previously. “We know that students everywhere, regardless of where they live, have a connection to their community,” he told Times of Oman. Pray that the students will receive direction to know their creator God. Pray that the youngsters will become prudent to use their talents. (The Bible, Proverbs 1:4).

Students in Oman very talented: Microsoft