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|How The United Arab Emirates Are Embracing And Changing The Sporting World
Over the last few years, the United Arab Emirates has grown to become one of the most influential players in the sporting world.
|Capital College And AIESEC Forge Partnership To Provide More Opportunities To The Youth
A Memorandum of Understanding was signed by Shaima AlQassab, AIESEC Representative, and Dr.Vikas Batheja, Co-Founder of Capital College on 20th of February 2020 creating a strong collaboration with the purpose of making a change in the education sector in the UAE.
|68% Of Phase 1 Of Al Mamsha Project Completed
Sharjah-based developer, Alef Group, announced that 68 percent of construction on the first phase of the multi-use project, Al Mamsha, has been completed, consisting of seven buildings, 693 housing units and 88 A commercial stores, all spanning an area of 629,000 square feet.
|EPAA Commences Study On Seagulls In Sir Bu Nair Island
The Environment and Protected Areas Authority, EPAA, in cooperation with the Emirates Marine Environment Group, are conducting a scientific study on seagulls reportedly found on the Sir Bu Nair Island.
|Points To Consider Before Deciding On Car Insurance
Insurance is always an investment that is worth the input if you A) have the money to realistically and comfortably keep up with the insurance payments and B) need to invest in insurance cover for peace of mind or any other number of reasons.
|Sharjah Chamber Of Commerce Increases Online Services
The Sharjah Chamber of Commerce & Industry, SCCI, has increased the number of online services as per its statistics for March 2020.
|Sharjah Business Women Council Launches #SBWCVirtualTours
In the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic and as part of the UAE government’s preventative measures to curb its spread, the Sharjah Business Women Council, SBWC, an affiliate of the NAMA Women Advancement Establishment.
|Sharjah Research, Technology & Innovation Park Harnesses Technology For Agricultural Production And Food Security
As some parts of the world are grappling with food security brought about by the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, the Sharjah Research Technology and Innovation Park (SRTI Park) has been developing innovative and sustainable methods of agricultural production.
|Sharjah Implements Integrated Working Plan To Secure Markets
The department has confirmed that this cooperation is aimed at providing food products at nominal prices to all consumers.
|Sharjah Charity Provides Over AED1.4 Million To School Students
The move aims at supporting students from low-income families and enabling them to continue their studies during the current situation.