Emirati women have played a predominant role in the United Arab Emirates as encouraged by the leadership and as inspired by the nation’s founding father, the late Sheikh Zayed Bin Sultan Al Nahyan.
The 10 principles act as guidelines for all UAE’s institutions as the country approaches a new phase of development over the next 50 years as directed by President Sheikh Khalifa and envisioned by Sheikh Mohammed Bin Rashid and Sheikh Mohamed Bin Zayed Al Nahyan.
The campaign aims to highlight the benefits and incentives that the UAE offers to help entrepreneurs go global. Sheikh Mohammed urges investors and global talents to choose the UAE for their future endeavours.
“The pleasure of being a resident of the world’s best country on the planet for the last 50 years is enormous. Most importantly, we are the lucky ones who witnessed the magnificent development of all modern facilities of today from the start.”
As part of the "Projects of the 50," the UAE Government launched the Fourth Industrial Revolution Network to promote the adoption of advanced technologies in the national industrial sector.
Muhammad Yasin, a 75-year-old Pakistani expatriate who is a resident of Ajman, is all praise for the Emiratis for their being loving, humble and caring. He has been living in the UAE for nearly 55 years and wishes to spend his whole life here.
Ijaz Hussain, a 56-year-old Pakistani, considers UAE as his home. All the UAE’s national events are as close to his heart as the those of his country. His family celebrates all of them.
There was a time when people tried to make the most of their leisure hours. They had more than enough time in their possession all the time and they sat together and spent it profusely in different ways. The discussion on what was happening around them was prominent among many other interesting things. Folklore and poetry also interested many of them and people fond of such things knew how to dominate the sessions.
Sheikh Mohammed Bin Rashid and Sheikh Mohamed Bin Zayed affirmed that the celebrations of the 50th National Day of the UAE will kick off from the city of Hatta, adding that it is a representation of the UAE’s culture and identity.