The flight operated by flyadeal, budget subsidiary of flag carrier Saudia, was from the capital Riyadh to the Red Sea coastal city of Jeddah on Thursday, flyadeal spokesman Emad Iskandarani said.
Thanks to the Bus Rapid Transit system in Peshawar, 23-year-old student Mah Jabeen said she had been able to continue her master’s degree — keeping alive her dreams of becoming a botanist.
At the Petromin Express garage in Jeddah, on the Red Sea coast, new female recruits check oil and change tyres alongside their male counterparts, part of a nationwide push to bring more women into the workforce.
Constant assistance to girls and women with their latent talents and capabilities shall lead to peace and security, according to an Israel delegation. The delegation, consisting of United Nations (UN) University for Peace (UPEACE) Permanent observer
K-Electric – the Saudi and Kuwaiti-backed sole privatised power utility, introduced its ‘Roshni Baji’ programme at Expo 2020 Dubai by honouring Abeera Kamran and Zara Afshan as the country’s first certified
The Dubai Business Women Council (DBWC), concluded the virtual summit “Dare To Dream: A Celebration of Fearless Women”, which was held in cooperation with Kompass Consultancy and the support of Abu Dhabi School of Government (ADSG).
The UAE has made significant progress in its mission to empower women in the workforce across various sectors and the nation’s women can today be classified as role models for the rest of the world.
The UAE offers significant growth opportunities to women for growth across sectors and the country’s women entrepreneurs have acquired significant attention in recent years through their innovative ideas and advance skills.
With the aim of empowering women in the society without any discrimination, a Dubai-based businesswoman has produced a feature film based on a true story of a girl of determination and launched this in Dubai.