January 28, 2017
Her Highness Sheikha Jawaher bint Mohamed Al Qasimi, Wife of His Highness the Ruler of Sharjah, and Chairperson of the Supreme Council for Family members Affairs, urged to invest in youth capability building and fostering their talents which will contribute to building a positive and established culture that causes the success sought by the UAE management in different fields, and putting it amongst top nations to make sure the wellness, safety and security for being leaders of the future.
Out of Her Highness's vision of young skill advancement, Rubu Qarn organized a special session in partnership with the Emirates Young people Council, which belongs to the Council's program for the young people that intends to provide a platform to discuss their numerous issues and obstacles. Greater than a 100 men and women from 18 to Thirty Years old participated in the discussions, in addition to a group of senior government officials and decision manufacturers. The Rubu' Qarn checked out carefully the desires embodied in the UAE's Vision 2021 as part of a recurring initiative to engage the young generation to actively take part in forming the country's future.
The session focused on five key aspirations, particularly: leadership and a sense of nationwide duty, social cohesion, building a knowledge economic climate, a world-class medical care system, and environmental management. Each session highlights the significance of these goals and exactly how the young people could develop themselves in order to end up being energetic contributors in accomplishing a flourishing UAE by 2021.
Jassem Albloushi, Member of the Board of Trustees, Rubu' Qarn Foundation, claimed: "Our national leaders have a lot hope and belief that the UAE youth these days will certainly perform huge tasks in the future to keep and even exceed the achievements of our smart leaders today. This occasion has actually successfully attained its purpose, which is to obtain the youth's self-confidence and share their opinions and insights relating to the country's vision for the future. When they have the ability to express their ideas, concepts and feelings, after that they can conveniently contribute to the jobs of achieving the nation's sustainable development goals and bring success, not only among themselves, however, for several others across the Arab World."
Mohammed al-Kaabi, a Presenter from Dubai Media Incorporated, regulated the occasion. A group of senior officials and reps of federal government entities and establishments involved in youth development in the Emirate of Sharjah additionally went to the occasion, led by Sheikh Salem bin Abdulrahman Al Qasimi, Chairman of Sharjah Ruler's Office; H.E. Marwan bin Jassim Al Serkal, Chief Executive Officer, Sharjah Financial investment and Advancement Authority - Shurooq, Jassem Albloushi, Member of the Board of Trustees, Rubu' Qarn Structure, and Reem bin Karam, Director of NAMA Female Innovation Facility, and Member of the Board of Trustees, Rubu' Qarn Structure.
The Ruba' Qarn for creating leaders is a first-of-its-kind entity at the local and regional level that looks for to construct and develop young people over a period of 25 years. The creation of Ruba Qarn is considered as particularly significant because it intends to focus on several locations and creates a wide variety of skills and capabilities that contribute to building knowledge-based generations that delight in producing, shaping and creating the future. Ruba' Qarn is an umbrella organisation of four Sharjah-based federal government entities, the Sharjah Children Centres, the Sharjah Young people Centres, Sajaya Young Ladies of Sharjah, and the Sharjah Tatweer Forum