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.
UAE citizens and residents can enjoy a fun-filled summer at Sharjah’s awe-inspiring Al Noor Island. So, if you are looking to gainfully engage your children during their school holidays, look no further.
The Emirates Science Club, an affiliate of the Cultural & Scientific Association, organised a visit for its students to the University of Dubai to introduce them to the varsity’s laboratories.
The Emirates Science Club, an affiliate of the Cultural & Scientific Association, as part of its summer activities has introduced a bundle of activities and programmes aimed at helping youth explore their talents.
Keeping the little ones occupied during the summer holidays has never been easier thanks to the range of summer camps available during this year’s Dubai Summer Surprises (DSS).
Dubai Cares, part of Mohammed Bin Rashid Al Maktoum Global Initiatives, is hosting another edition of its Summer Literacy Camp between July 7 and Aug 8. The 5-days-a-week summer camp is taking place at Uptown School in Mirdif, in partnership with Rawafed Development and Learning Centre in Dubai, and is set to give 200 children aged six to 12 an opportunity to enjoy recreational activities, learn new skills and have fun with their peers, setting for them a strong foundation they can rely on to move forward. The initiative was officially kicked off on Sunday by Dr Tariq Al Gurg, Chief Executive Officer at Dubai Cares and Ahmed Abdul Karim Mohammed Julfar, Director General of the Dubai Community Development Authority (CDA) with the participation of volunteers who will contribute in various capacities throughout the initiative.
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.