The UAE has always remained in the forefront when it comes to the welfare and empowerment of the people of determination.
It is unfortunate many may not even have noticed that the world was marking the International Day of Persons with Disabilities on December 3. One billion people around the world
The MoU’s goal is to elevate the level of technical and organisational performances in sports events in order to improve services provided to all athletes of determination in the country.
People of Determination hold a prominent place in UAE’s priorities. The leadership has left no stone unturned when it comes to empowering the determined ones.
The UNICEF and the APC sign a Memorandum of Understanding to promote the rights of children and youth with disabilities, and to work together for their greater inclusion into society.
Students in the UAE enrolled in mainstream schools are studying at home since the authorities have barred them from attending their classes in line with safety measures against the spread of coronavirus (COVID-19) since last month. This happened with over a dozen academic institutes exclusively catering for the students of determination (special needs) in Dubai.
The directives issued by the His Highness Sheikh Mohammed bin Zayed Al Nahyan, Crown Prince of Abu Dhabi and Deputy Supreme Commander of the Armed Forces to facilitate the testing of coronavirus at the homes for the people of determination has been widely acknowledged by the residents as well as people running special needs educational and rehabilitation centres in the country.
A series of events as part of the National Competition for Artificial Intelligence & Robotics in UAE Innovation Month was held and a number of students from various centres took part to demonstrate their skills in different learning fields.
The ministry will begin the smart application “My Family” which allows the families to participate in ‘remote intervention’ to enhance child support efforts and in line with the precautionary steps to curb the coronavirus.