Sheikh Maktoum Bin Mohammed with Jack Dorsey in Dubai. WAM
Sharjah Youth and Sajaya Young Ladies (SYL) of Sharjah – affiliates of Rubu’ Qarn Foundation for Creating Leaders and Innovators – will organise a youth session titled “Bullying... Causes and Effects” on Thursday.
Members of Sharjah Youth have undergone an intensive, weeklong training workshop designed to introduce them to advanced solutions in the electrical engineering and technology fields. Through the course of their learnings, they’ve been introduced to the basics of C++ programming, working of smart applications, and more.
The youth are the cornerstone of any development plan and their active contribution is not only necessary but also integral to the development process. As countries across the globe marked the International Youth Day on Tuesday, the UAE stood out as a model nation because it has always made youth the focus
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