Mr. Layth Al-Dweikat
Layth started his professional career in real estate at the age of thirteen and continued working in the field after his university studies. He then established the Al-Dweikat Real Estate Company to fulfill his aspirations of building commercial complexes and real estate projects. Layth then began the Rawabi Farah project, which was labelled as “the project of the nation’s survival”, a project that involves the Arab Islamic Seed Bank which has collected over 800 genetic resources of agricultural and tree crops. The Rawabi Farah project, which has attracted several investors from neighboring Arab countries, aims to establish localized food systems, food sovereignty, and internal and external supply chains. The project has been highly successful in several cases, such as the establishment of the Jabal Rajib Company for fertilizer and alternative soil production.