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Emirates News Agency – Sharjah Business Women’s Council supports women in 37 sectors


Sharjah, 27th August, WAM, Every year, Emirati Women’s Day marks an opportunity to celebrate the quality achievements and contributions of Emirati women in economic, social and cultural development.

This year, under the slogan “Sharing for Tomorrow”, emphasizes the importance of all programs and initiatives to strengthen the participation of women in all sectors, especially those that have challenged women’s participation in the past.

In this context, the Sharjah Business Women’s Council is keen to continue to increase the contribution of women in non-traditional sectors, which previously challenged their extensive contributions, as a key axis in its programs and initiatives. In making qualitative differences in the levels of women’s contributions in these fields.

In more than 37 economic sectors, the “Sharjah Business Women Council” has contributed to supporting its female members in the specialization chosen by Emirati women, and distinguishes between the automotive and aerospace sectors where Emirati female entrepreneurs have overcome technological challenges and pushed creative boundaries. In leading these modern fields.

Emirati women are excelling in the most important sectors such as the health sector by running successful clinics and health centres, making many tangible contributions in the construction, education and IT sectors in addition to e-commerce and mobile technology. .

The growing partnership of women in all sectors has strengthened the organization and performance of the local economy, establishing strategic partnerships in various economic sectors and focusing on developing their businesses by acquiring new skills and joining the pilot projects organized by the Council. Developing their expertise in other areas such as legal consultancy and logistics services maintenance and manufacturing.

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In terms of numbers, the Council’s membership of more than 2,000 members, of which 1,200 are Emirati women, reflects the clear mark the Council’s women have left on the business world, running businesses and already sustainable institutions. It furthers the UAE’s vision of empowering Emirati women and makes them an inspiring role model for Arab women who have achieved solid success in various key fields.

This major social change would not have happened if the UAE government and its society had not believed in the potential of women, and had not had the large role of organizations that sponsored their journey and facilitated their access to success. Mail.

Mustafa Badr al-Din / Bathul Kashwani

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