Emaar Association for Development and Rehabilitation distributed electric wheelchairs for people with special needs in Khanyounis governorate.
The Chairman of the Board, Dr. Rami Alghamri, said that Emaar distributed two wheelchairs for people with special needs with a cost of 4 thousand dollars. He pointed out that a benefactor, who seeks to alleviate the suffering of people with disabilities, donated for the project.
The beneficiaries expressed their thanks and gratitude to Emaar Association and to the efforts of charitable organizations to support the Palestinian people, especially the needy in Khanyounis governorate through the launching of many charitable and relief projects and programs.
Al Amal Center for Training and Human Development launched a “Project Management for Development Professionals” course which will be trained by Eng. Salah Tayeh, an expert in project design and management, the course is made to develop the staff capacities
The Palestinian Engineers Syndicate in Khanyounis in cooperation with Emaar Association for Development and Rehabilitation launched “Be Creative and Summer” camp for the engineers’ children aged between 8 and 15 years.
Jawad Alagha, the head of the Engineers Syndicate, emphasized the positive impact of the summer camp on the children’s personality in teaching them how to be responsible and independent.
He mentioned that 60 children are participating in the camp in order to benefit from their summer vacation in a positive and effective manner
Basma Special School won the first award of Nabil Hani Al-Qaddoumi Excellence in Education Award (titled: Exceptional Schools for a Better Future, 2017).
A ceremony was held in Al-Bireh, and via video conferencing with Gaza and Beirut to announce Taawon 2017 award winners, in the presence of a significant number of legal personalities, civil institutions, and experts in the fields of development.
Emaar’s Chairman, Dr. Rami Al-Ghamri, represented the Association in the ceremony and expressed his happiness of the outstanding success of Basma Special School. He also explained the great importance of such institutions that encourage innovation in Palestine.
Al Ghamri pointed out that keeping this success in the upcoming days is going to be very challenging under the siege policy and occupation that target education in Palestine.
Finally, Dr. Rami appreciated Emaar’s hard work and devotion to empower and provide inclusive education for children with disabilities. He also directed his commending to everybody who contributed to this remarkable achievement including: the creative teaching staff, the community participation, and the creativity and excellence shown by the children of the school during their education.
Worth noting that the award is worth 50,000 USD.
Emaar Association for Development and Rehabilitation, headed by its chairman and Director General, welcomed the Head of Gaza Culture and Development Group, Hussein Murtaja, the visit was aimed to build cooperation between Emaar and GSDG