Shaikha Jameela’s charity services hailed

SHARJAH — Shaikha Jameela bint Mohmmed Al Qasimi, Deputy chairperson of Family Supreme Council and Director General of Sharjah City for Humanitarian Services (SCHS) recently received the members of the diplomatic ladies association at the premises of the SCHS.

By A Staff Reporter

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Published: Fri 18 Feb 2005, 11:06 AM

Last updated: Thu 2 Apr 2015, 7:31 PM

The visiting members felicitated Shaikha Jameela for the sucessful path of the SCHS for 25 years, and were given comprehensive information regarding the main facitilites and the services rendered to the special needs children enrolled at the centre.

Shaikha Jameela said that the idea of establishing the city in 1979 came under the directives of His Highness Dr Shaikh Sultan bin Mohammed Al Qasimi, Member of the Supreme Council and Ruler of Sharjah who aimed at delivering the best level of rehabilitation, training and education to the special children in order to become a strong productive members of the society who are given their full rights to enjoy life as others.

The visiting members comprised of the wives of the consuls-general of Saudi Arabia, Libya, Pakistan, Oman, Kuwait, Yemen, Angola and Mozambique.

Shaikha Jameela said that the SCHS has taken into consideration the finanacial status of 70 per cent of the students enrolled at the city and waived the academic fees from them as they couldn’t afford paying them inaddition to offering free accomodation at the hostel of the city for the students living in far away cities.

Higlighting the main achievements of the SCHS Shaikha Jameela said: “The SCHS has attained tremendous and glorious success in employing a number of physically challenged students who completed their education in addition to training them to drive and get their driving licence.”

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