The Board of Directors of the Dubai Women’s Foundation held its third meeting this year, and for the first time since the new creation, Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Vice President and Prime Minister of the United Arab Emirates and Ruler of Dubai, issued Order No. 2021 for 2021.
The meeting reviewed a number of projects and plans that the Foundation would like to implement in the years to come. Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, President and Chairperson of the Emirates Council for Gender Equality Dubai Women’s Foundation, and the Foundation’s strategic objectives aimed at supporting women and enhancing their economic role in the social and professional spheres.
The meeting was chaired by Mona Ghanem Al-Marri, Chairman and Managing Director, and was attended by members of the Board of Directors: Hooda Al-Saeed Mohammed Al-Hashemi, Assistant Minister for Strategic Affairs, Huda Isa Buhmid, Chief Marketing Officer and Executive Vice President for Strategy and Government Relations . Qawla Rashid Al Muhairi, Editor-in-Chief of Al Bayan Newspaper, Mona Darwish Pu Samra, Chief Executive Officer of Business and Product Development at Abu Dhabi Securities, Bahima Abdul Razak Al Bastaki Designer and Entrepreneur, Al Jawd Ahmed Luda, Managing Director of the Office of General Manager and Dubai Electricity and Water Authority Chairman of the Board of Directors is the Dubai Women’s Foundation Shamsa Saleh.
Mona Al Marri said: “The Dubai Women’s Foundation Strategy 2022-2026 discussed the progress of the Dubai Government’s strategy and the next fifty year plan in the country, aimed at uplifting Emirati women. This decision will help strengthen the Emirate of Dubai and its role in shaping the social and economic future of the country in general. In line with its strategic objectives with other functions.
The Board of Directors of the Dubai Women’s Foundation evaluates the constructive collaboration with the Supreme Legal Council in the Dubai Emirates, in which the “Women’s Law Lab” is one of its key fruits, appreciating the development and start-up efforts of both parties “Guide to the Distance Guide for Women in Public and Private Sector Administration”, And in collaboration with several related departments within the Emirate, with the aim of ensuring the proper use of approved remote work methods by employers for female employees, and achieving compliance between them and authorized government strategies and policies, providing a conducive environment for employment and retaining Emirati female employees at work. Helping her achieve a balance between work duties and needs during her family life, while ensuring business continuity in emergency situations, maintains happiness and positivity among female employees and increases productivity.
A number of new projects of the Foundation were reviewed, including administrative sessions for women leaders to be organized for leaders in the public and private sectors on the 21st and 28th of this month, in which experts and academics are to discuss American Unity University, which aims to improve the professional skills of working women, and thus Contributes to enhancing productivity and work environment development efficiency.
The meeting of the Board of Directors of the Dubai Women’s Foundation reviewed the activities of the Dubai Ladies Club in the past, reflecting its efforts to provide better services to members and visitors.
The meeting was attended by members of the Dubai Women’s Founding Committee: Naima Ahli, Director of Corporate Support, Executive Director of the Dubai Ladies Club, Al Maha Al Bastaki, Director of Corporate Communications Sultana Saif and Maida Shuaib.
Executive sessions for female leaders are scheduled for the 21st and 28th of this month for female leaders in the public and private sectors.
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