As many as 65 students from different academies who participated in the Pakistan Youth Forum (PYF) Summer Academy have received appreciation certificates at a ceremony held in the Pakistan Association Dubai.
The Cultural and Scientific Association in Dubai has concluded its summer programme “Together We Read and Write.” The programme included sessions on Arabic calligraphy by calligrapher Mohammed Al Nouri, and reading and creative writing sessions, by Dr Ali Abdul Kader Al Hammadi, Director of the Arabic Language Protection Association, and Dr Eisa Al Hammadi, Director of the Arab Bureau of Education for the Gulf States (ABEGS).
This summer, 17-year-old Ahmad Al Zarooni tried something new. He had always taken part in group activities at school but had not been particularly enthused by them. But now, it is different. After attending the summer camp organised by Sharjah Youth, an affiliate of Rubu’ Qarn Foundation for Creating Leaders and Innovators, Ahmad has started thinking about his future and sharing his ideas and plans with his family and friends.
A senior coastal operations officer said: “The family were in an extremely perilous position and had no idea of the danger that they were in. Cliff edges are really unstable and can easily collapse as recent landslips have shown."
The year 2020 was among the three hottest on record, the other two being 2016 and 2019, as per the UN’s science agency. The finding is ‘another stark reminder of the relentless pace of climate change,’ said the UN chief.
The police called upon all members of the society to abide by the decision to prevent or restrict gatherings or meetings.
Science experiments, nature exploration and learning about recycling are also on the agenda, as are workshops such as those on the Spring garden and classes from the Cable Art workshop.
The initiative is part of National Ambulance’s participation in the “Summer Safety” sub campaign of the wider “Your Protection is our Goal” campaign, launched by the General Command of Civil Defence to promote public safety and the prevention culture to achieve the highest health and vocational safety at homes, workplaces and roads, which will run until the end of August.
In keeping with its dedication to promoting a culture of sports and encouraging children to exercise, the Sharjah Women’s Sports (SWS) will be organising a Summer Sports Camp for children from July 7 to August 29. The camp is aimed at gainfully harnessing the summer break to benefit children by honing their physical and intellectual skills.