The year 2019 ended on a high note for Emirate Publishers Association (EPA) as it was marked by a series of milestones including the debut of the Educational Publishing Seminar, introduction of new services and initiatives for the publishing fraternity in the UAE, and the continued representation of Emirati publishers at regional and international events, exhibitions and seminars.
Abu Dhabi: Dubai Electricity and Water Authority (DEWA) has presented its key projects and initiatives on sustainability and clean energy during its participation in the 13th World Future Energy Summit (WFES) 2020 in Abu Dhabi. DEWA is the Efficiency Partner of WFES: one of the key events of Abu Dhabi Sustainability Week.
Students who are planning to pursue higher education in India got an excellent opportunity to explore various options as 22 leading universities and four institutes based in Gujarat, India, showcased their facilities in Dubai on Friday.
Footwear brand ONE432 is bringing about a sustainable and socially responsible revival of handcrafted juttis (Punjabi shoes), by sharing 50 per cent of its profits with female artisans and sponsoring children's education in Pakistan.
In a series of tweets, the KHDA said, “Time to reveal the results of the Indian and Pakistani school inspections. First up is GEMS New Millennium Schools Alkhail!”
The Emirate of Sharjah is keen on establishing a leading educational base to explore the future for its children and building a generation capable of giving, through education and knowledge, as they are the mainstay of sustainable development, said Sheikh Khalid Bin Essam Al Qasimi, Chairman of Department of Civil Aviation Sharjah.
Nigerian novelist and poet Lola Shoneyin was at #BookTalks at Al Rawi Café in Sharjah discussing her multiple award-winning debut novel, The Secret Lives of Baba Segi’s Wives, which explores the structure and effects of polygamy in Nigeria.
Educational and training centres that cater for people of determination are always looking forward to philanthropists in society to extend their support for much-needed facilities that have hit a roadblock for some reason or the other. In this regard, an Emirati businessman and philanthropist has come forward and provided funds for opening a fully furnished classroom in the Rashid Center for Determined Ones.
An academic who has authored over 50 studies on human long term memory said more has to be done with picking the brain.