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Fakhira bint Diab bin Saif visited the 33rd Arab Scout Camp.



December 22, 2023

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Fakhira bint Diab bin Saif visited the 33rd Arab Scout Camp.

Fakhira bint Diab bin Saif visited the 33rd Arab Scout Camp.

Fakhira bint Diab bin Saif visited the 33rd Arab Scout Camp.

Fakhira bint Diab bin Saif visited the 33rd Arab Scout Camp.

Sheikha Fakhria Bint Diab Bin Saif Al Nahyan visited the Girl Guides participating in the 33rd Arab Scout Camp, along with Dr. Hoda Al Madrushi, Director of Emirates Girl Guides Association, and Maryam Al Shehi, Director of Ras Al Khaimah Girl Guides Commission. and top team.
Organized by the Emirates Scout Association, the camp is being held for the first time in Dubai under the slogan “Scouting is a Sustainable Approach” and is being held under the patronage of His Highness Sheikh Hamdan Bin Mohammed Bin Rashid Al Maktoum. Chairman of the Executive Board of Dubai and Dubai Emirate, Arab Scout Organization – in collaboration with the Arab Scout Region.
For the first time, 150 Emirati Women Guides and 311 Women Leaders and Guides from 10 Arab countries will participate and participate in various educational, cultural and social activities. Their values ​​of cooperation and leadership. During the visit, Sheikha Fakhria bint Diab bin Saif Al Nahyan toured the entire camp and was briefed on the activities and projects undertaken by the Women Guides and expressed her great appreciation for the level of involvement and effective participation provided by the Women Guides. Camp.
Sheikha Fakhria bint Diab bin Saif Al Nahyan praised the great efforts of the female mentors to achieve the goals of the camp and promote human and educational values ​​among women, and emphasized the importance of improving their leadership skills, cooperation and social interaction. Achieving personalities and their comprehensive development.
At the end of the trip, Sheikha Fakhria bint Diab bin Saif Al Nahyan thanked and appreciated the efforts and useful interactions of the female mentors who participated in the camp, and hoped that the camp would be an inspiration to youth and women. , and it will have a positive impact on their future journeys.
For her part, Hoda Al Madrushi emphasized the importance of Sheikha Fakhria bint Diab bin Saif Al Nahyan’s visit to the 33rd Arab Scout Camp and praised the participation of the female guides. Women mentors and their values ​​in society. It enhances the sense of leadership of girls and young women and encourages them to engage in positive and voluntary activities.
He expressed his happiness at the first participation of the UAE Girl Guides in the largest scouting event in the Arab world, and emphasized the commitment and passion of the Girl Guides to develop themselves and serve the community, reflecting the spirit of leadership and cooperation. Their leadership and cultural skills enable them to achieve positive change in the environment around them. For her part, Maryam Al Shehi felt that Girl Guides are a pillar that supports young people and women to reach their full potential, and by participating in Scouting, the values ​​of cooperation, initiative and responsibility are reinforced among Girl Guides. It is also an opportunity for them to learn life skills like leadership, decision making, public speaking and handling. With challenges and difficulties.
She said the association strives to provide a stimulating educational environment to help women mentors develop their skills and guide them towards success and encourages them to take advantage of training and development opportunities available to them through workshops or educational programs.
He expressed his pride in the role of Girl Guides in serving the society and their efficient representation in official events and social activities. They are true role models for youth and women and their participation in Scouting will have a positive impact, he said. In their lives and to contribute to building a promising future in the Emirates.
For her part, Emirates Girl Guides Association Board Member Dr. Aisha Al-Sharidi said: The UAE delegation is seeing a large number of Girl Guides participating in the 33rd Arab Scout Camp, which reflects interest. The brilliant leadership of women and their involvement in Scouting illustrates that Girl Guides are the pillars of the Scouting movement and play a vital role in developing and promoting the values ​​of leadership and community participation and their participation in camp. Communication and interaction between Arab women promotes cooperative spirit and common understanding and exchange of experiences and knowledge between different cultures, and promotes belonging and cultural openness.
She pointed out that this participation enhances the leadership skills of Emirati women mentors and enables them to lead other women to achieve their personal and social goals.
For her part, Dr Sheikha Al Jabri, Board of Directors Member of the Emirates Girl Guides Association, said: The participation of the Emirates Girl Guides in the 33rd Arab Scout Camp confirms the association’s role in raising girls. ‘Skills, the weight of skills of women guides, and accustoming them to voluntary work, all fall within the framework of serving society and nation in general.
She said that this participation confirms the importance of Guiding and Scouting in the country and that the Emirates Girl Guides Association is proud to serve under the honorary leadership of Her Highness Sheikha Fatima bint Mubarak, President of the Emirates. General Women’s Union, President of the Supreme Council for Motherhood and Childhood, Supreme President of the Family Development Foundation, affirmed the value and importance of this scouting event, the largest Arab scouting event hosted by the country for the first time in its history.
Al-Jabri emphasized the importance of strengthening the role of female guides in the field of scouting, so that they can be role models for other women, as their participation will help strengthen strong ties between Arab countries and improve understanding and cooperation among our youth. .

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