The Colors of BahrainFinal Project ReportSubmitted By: John Henry de Jesús Ciro JaramilloOrganizing Committee PresidentE-m...
The Colors of Bahrain Project…   The Colors of Bahrain Project an initiative which  aims to engage the young and the child...
Table of ContentOpening Note ...................................................................................... 4AIESE...
Opening NoteDear All,When I was offered the opportunity to run a social project inBahrain back in 2011 I could not conceiv...
I would also like to thank Chevron Bahrain for serving the projectwith the financial support and sponsorship used to condu...
AIESECAIESEC is a global, non-political, independent, not-for-profitorganization run by students and recent graduates of i...
team consists of 4 full-time members responsible forcoordinating activities such as: External Events and Seminars,        ...
Chevron BahrainChevron is one of the worlds leading integrated energycompanies, with subsidiaries that conduct business wo...
Colors of Bahrain ProjectWhen the concept of the project was being designed back inNovember 2011 we could realize for a fa...
12 different Bahraini schools and over 2300 students the largestscale-map of the country ever made by assembling togetheri...
Financial Results                                    InflowsTOTAL INFLOWS             2135.00   The inflows of the project...
Photo Gallery
Media Exposure…
SPONSORS AND PARTNERSProject Sponsor…                        Schools involved…
Project in kind SupportersVenue PartnerFilming Partners
Media AppraisalsAIESEC MANAMA would like to thank the following newspapersand magazines for continuously covering the Colo...
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  1. 1. The Colors of BahrainFinal Project ReportSubmitted By: John Henry de Jesús Ciro JaramilloOrganizing Committee PresidentE-mail: hencir@gmail.comContact Number: (0057) 312 8118125AIESEC Manama27/06/2012
  2. 2. The Colors of Bahrain Project… The Colors of Bahrain Project an initiative which aims to engage the young and the children of the country to impact the Bahraini society by positivelyaffecting the country´s international image using art and culture as the means.AIESEC Bahrain, BBIC Headquarters-Hidd Industrial Area-Kingdom ofBahrain. Address: Office56, Building 8, Road 17, Block 117. Phone:(973) 17358819. Email: info.bh@aiesec.net.Website: www.aiesec.org/bahrain|
  3. 3. Table of ContentOpening Note ...................................................................................... 4AIESEC .................................................................................................. 6Chevron Bahrain ................................................................................. 8Colors of Bahrain Project ................................................................... 9Financial Results ............................................................................... 11Photo Gallery .................................................................................... 12Media Exposure… ............................................................................. 14Sponsors and Partners ..................................................................... 15Media Appraisals .............................................................................. 17Social Media Links ............................................................................ 17
  4. 4. Opening NoteDear All,When I was offered the opportunity to run a social project inBahrain back in 2011 I could not conceive in my mind the fruitfulresults such endeavor would render for all the stakeholders tothe project including myself.In this opening note I would like to offer my sincere thanks to allthose individuals and entities whose contribution made itpossible for the organizing committee to run the projectsuccessfully; starting by the Bahraini schools that decided toparticipate with their students in the project, Ibn KhuldoonNational School, Ibn Al Haytham Islamic School, NassemInternational School, Riffa Views International School, PakistaniSchool, Indian School, , Al Falah School, Saint Christopher School,The Budaiya Pre-School, Hawar International School, The BahrainBayan School and Sacred Heart School; To each of them wegreatly owe the results of the project.Also it is important to highlight the contribution during thefilming and video production of the project of the Gulf Hotel, theInformation Affairs Authority – Press & Foreign Media Affairs,the Undersecretary for Tourism of the Ministry of Culture, andBahrain International Airport, entities that enable the team toobtain all the required permissions for filming in the selectedplaces; likewise I would like to thank professor Zeeshan Shahfrom New York Institute of Technology Bahrain for his invaluablehelp in the process of editing and adding of effects into thevideo, as well as Abdullah Esam Hadi for his input as an excellentcamera man.
  5. 5. I would also like to thank Chevron Bahrain for serving the projectwith the financial support and sponsorship used to conduct theproject derived activities, support that enabled the team totransform ideas into realities; for the map construction we thankthe in kind cooperation offered by Carrefour and Lulyhypermarkets, and the Prince Khalifa Bin Salman Parkmanagement and authorities for allowing us to build our map intheir magnificent location.To the press especially Bahrain Daily Tribune, Gulf Daily Newsand Coeds Magazine we are grateful for their continuouscoverage of the project activities and accomplishments. Theirvoice was a great award to our constant efforts.Finally I would like to thank AIESEC Bahrain, specially the localchapter in Manama for putting in my hands the conduction of aproject of their own, I hope all the effort me and my team didcan repay all the trust deposited in our work. Also each andevery member of the Organizing Committee and the group ofinternational interns, they all know it was because of their workthat the ideas conceived in our minds could be realizedTo all of you my dear Bahraini friends I express my deepgratitude and appreciation,John Henry Ciro J.Organizing Committee PresidentThe Colors of Bahrain ProjectContact number: (0057)3128118125e-mail:hencir@gmail.com
  6. 6. AIESECAIESEC is a global, non-political, independent, not-for-profitorganization run by students and recent graduates of institutionsof higher education. Founded in 1948, AIESEC has built up aunique global network in over 111 countries and territories andis now the world’s largest student run organization. AIESEC is aninternational platform for young people to explore and developtheir leadership potential for them to have a positive impact insociety.AIESEC develops students into leaders through running aninternational work exchange program. AIESECs aim is toempower youngpeople to developtheir leadership andprofessional skills toultimately changethe world for thebetter. AIESECprovides itsmembers with anintegrateddevelopment experience during and after university comprisedof leadership opportunities, international internships andparticipation in a global learning environment.AIESEC members are managing a global organization thatengages over 4,000 partners every year. The majority of ourpartner organizations engage with AIESEC in order to increasetheir profile, attract top talent to their organization, and tosupport our efforts in enabling young people to develop theirpotential. Some of these partners are Microsoft, DHL, Nike,Unilever, PWC, and Ericsson; locally, the AIESEC Bahrain national
  7. 7. team consists of 4 full-time members responsible forcoordinating activities such as: External Events and Seminars, Government and Board of Directors relations, Talent Sourcing and Strategic Management and program execution. AIESEC MANAMA is a Local Chapter based out of a group of nearby universities. It started operating in 2006, and has over 100 members. The local chapter has achieved over 100 exchanges.Its members work voluntarily, and they are responsible for thefunctional operations of AIESEC: The leadership and internshipprograms, as well as projects based on student mobility. AIESECLocal Committee Manama offer around 45 internships and 20leadership experiences per year.
  8. 8. Chevron BahrainChevron is one of the worlds leading integrated energycompanies, with subsidiaries that conduct business worldwide.The companys success is driven by the ingenuity andcommitment of its employees and their application of the mostinnovative technologies in the world. Chevron is involved invirtually every facet of the energy industry. The companyexplores for, produces and transports crude oil and natural gas;refines, markets and distributes transportation fuels and otherenergy products; manufactures and sells petrochemicalproducts; generates power and produces geothermal energy;provides energy efficiency solutions; and develops the energyresources of the future, including biofuels.In its effort to impact the society it operates in, Chevron Bahrainhas taken upon itself many initiatives to support the localcommunity. For that, Chevron Bahrain has supported one ofAIESECs initiatives which is “The Colors of Bahrain Project”.Chevron has supported this project through its financialsponsorship.
  9. 9. Colors of Bahrain ProjectWhen the concept of the project was being designed back inNovember 2011 we could realize for a fact that After typingBahrain on Youtube search bar out of the first 80 videos only 5had no political related content being 1 from advertising and theremaining 4 to sports. This is how we saw that culture wasclaiming its space given its non existence in such an importanttool as it is the video sharing websites.The Colors of Bahrain project therefore created a short film that showcased a journey of a man as he discovers Bahrain. It was conceived under a "story based" concept, targeting to show important cultural aspects The Kingdom of Bahrain has as a country to reflect to the international internetaudience. It is a video that is now on the social media and in themost widely spread video sharing website with the number ofviews counting.We also had another challengewhich was the involvement ofthe young generations into therecognition of the Bahrainitraditional culture; in order togive answer to this question theproject also developed with thecontribution of paintings from
  10. 10. 12 different Bahraini schools and over 2300 students the largestscale-map of the country ever made by assembling togetherindividual drawings of school students displaying their ideasabout Bahrain and the Arab culture. The actual map which included 1741 selected paintings out of the total collected amount has a claim now under Guinness World Records Ltd for being the largest scale map of a country ever made as proportion to the country size.This is how the AIESEC´s project labeled as the Colors of Bahrainderives as its primary outcome the engagement of the younggenerations of the nation into the reflection of the Bahrainiculture at an international level.
  11. 11. Financial Results InflowsTOTAL INFLOWS 2135.00 The inflows of the project represent the sponsorshipsSPONSORSHIPS 2135.00 received from AIESEC ManamaChevron 2000.00 and Chevron Bahrain.AIESEC Manama 135.00 OutflowsTOTAL OUTFLOWS 2060.33 Interns: it comprises the expenses derived from the interns stay.INTERNS INVESTMENT 1085.00Accommodation 700.00 Team: Includes the expensesVisas 185.00 incurred since the beginning ofPocket Money 200.00 the project in stationary and communications.TEAM INVESTMENT 94.60Communications Credit 79.00 Map: Includes necessaryStationary Materials 15.60 materials for the paintings and the map assembling, theMAP PREPARATION 304.43 transportation of pallets in andMaterials 67.43 out of venue, transportation ofPrinting of map layouts 1.00Transportation 92.00 the team to certain locations,Lamination 135.00 lamination sheets and laborersWater 1.00 who helped loading the trucks.Laborers 8.00 Video: consists of cash spent inVIDEO INVESTMENT 42.30 the video production process andBatteries 1.30 editing.Water 1.00taxi 10.00 Whole Project: Publicity materialsAudio Studio 30.00 include banners, roll ups and fliers used in the project. FlightWHOLE PROJECT 534.00 push corresponds to change inPublicity Materials 57.00 dates of the flight of the OCP.Flight Push OCP 360.00 Accommodation is money spentAccommodation OCP 117.00 on it before the interns arrived.FINAL PROJECT SUM 74.68 The project ended with a surplus of 74.68 BD.
  12. 12. Photo Gallery
  13. 13. Media Exposure…
  14. 14. SPONSORS AND PARTNERSProject Sponsor… Schools involved…
  15. 15. Project in kind SupportersVenue PartnerFilming Partners
  16. 16. Media AppraisalsAIESEC MANAMA would like to thank the following newspapersand magazines for continuously covering the Colors of BahrainProject.Social Media Links http://www.facebook.com/colorsbahrain http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=D25xJvY2ZlQ

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