09 December 2013

Unique Pictures of Sheikh Zayed to Support Ewa?a Shelters

The event were organized to raise the public awareness of human trafficking crimes, which is named as ?21st Century Sin?, and aimed to support the efforts to prevent such crimes and to  enhance the public awareness of combatting them.

The ceremony were attended by Sheikha Shamsa bint Hamdan bin mohammed Al Nahyan, and society prominent women like  the ambassadors? wives in Abu Dhabi. The ceremony programme includes a ballet dancing and the emirati opera star Sara Al Qaiwani.

At the charity gathering, a male shelters to be opened in UAE at the beginning of the 2014 has been announced, and a speech in the name of H.H Sheikh Fatima bint Mubarak has been delivered by the Director General of Ewa?a Shelters, Sara Shuhail.

In the speech, H.H Sheikha Fatima bint Mubarak stressed: ?we are very much concern about the catastrophic and harsh circumstances that women and children who live in unstable countries and vernal regions. Such concerns are not only about women and children but also about males who become victims as well. On many occasions, I urged and strongly reminded of the danger of theses accelerated challenges that face the victims of human trafficking, moreover, I stressed strongly to complement all international and regional humanitarian efforts to improve the humanitarian circumstances and providing them with the needed protection?.

?I do appreciate the distinguished efforts of our country under our wise leadership and ambitious vision which was adopted by the Late Sheikh Zayed bin Sultan Al Nahyan, may God bless his soul;  The humanitarian vision  were preserved, cherished  and implemented by our President His Highness Sheikh Khalifa Bin Zayed Al Nahyan?.

At her end, Sara Shuhail, Ewa?a Director General, said: ? with all joined  and complemented efforts  achieved  in cooperation with all strategic partners, volunteers, and all related bodies, Ewa?a Shelters  has become capable and highly qualified to present highest level of services to care and qualify the victims, such services are done with best international practices  and standards, which leads to amazing results to ensure the quality of service and the habilitation speed of victim,  and finally, returning them to their homeland, alternative destination, or giving them the opportunity to stay and work.  We do respect their personal interest and choices as long as this would assure their humanitarian dignity and protect our social national security.