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Nevin Al Sukari - Abu Dhabi - Maryam Al Hammadi has been honoured for providing medical aid for an injured man after a traffic accident.
Sohaila Ahmed, Staff Reporter
Lieutenant-Colonel Omar Boughanem, Acting Director of Traffic and Patrols Department at Sharjah Police has honoured a female citizen, Maryam Al Hammadi, for making a humanitarian act and providing medical aid for an injured man who had a traffic accident.
The woman used her medical experience to help care for his sustained injuries until ambulances and police patrols arrived to the accident site.
Lt. Col. Boughanem praised the noble action taken by Maryam, saying “This humanitarian act deserves appreciation and honouring as she was courageous and fearless to provide necessary first aid to the injured man, besides caring about his safety until the arrival of the national ambulance.”
In addition, he pointed out Sharjah Police’s keenness to honour and highlight the efforts of all collaborators who sincerely contribute in serving the UAE community.
“The positive behavior of citizens and residents can reflect a lofty and creative approach as role models, which encourage others to contribute and support the Emirate’s security system, as well as raise awareness of the public to take part in maintaining the security of society,” he added.
SUPPORT ORPHAN PROJECTS: Sheikha Jameela Bint Mohammed Al Qasimi, Director-General of Sharjah City for Humanitarian Services (SCHS), praised the efforts made by Sharjah Social Empowerment Foundation (SSEF) through its annual remote follow-up, to review the Foundation’s achievements for the year 2020 aimed at serving orphan families in Sharjah.
She lauded the positive role played by the Foundation to meet the needs of the orphans’ families, in various circumstances and occasions, and to work to provide a decent life for them. She also noted the humanitarian initiatives that are being implemented in leading charitable and humanitarian work provided to the Foundation’s affiliates.
Sheikha Jameela invited individuals and institutions to support orphans’ projects implemented by the Foundation.
In 2020, Tawa Mosque was completed as part of the humanitarian initiative launched by the Foundation. Other economic empowerment programmes included many projects that support and meet the essential needs of families. The programme valued more than Dhs4 million, benefiting 1068 families and 2202 orphans. On the academic level, 1088 orphan students benefited in 2020.
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