Sheikha Fatima’s first virtual humanitarian campaign to treat Sudanese women
The first global interactive humanitarian initiative by Sheikha Fatima was initiated under the hashtag ‘Don’t worry’ to treat hundreds of women in Sudanese villages.
The campaigns came under the guidance of UAE and Sudanese doctors from volunteers in the volunteering program of Sheikha Fatima Bint Mubarak in a smart effort that is the first of its kind to support humanity in advanced health volunteering.
Sheikha Fatima initiated “Don’t Worry”
The campaigns provide a qualitative jump in voluntary work, culture and human tolerance and are an unparalleled paradigm for supplying women with the best diagnostic, clinical and preventive care using smart virtual medicine technologies to access patients regardless of color, gender , ethnicity, faith or religion in different countries of the world.
Sheikha Fatima’s encourages humanitarian work
The launch of the Virtual Telemedicine Project in Sudan is a continuation of the humanitarian initiatives led by Sheikh Fatima Bint Mubarak, Chairperson of the General Women’s Union, Chairperson of the Supreme Council for Motherhood and Childhood, and Chairperson-in-Chief of the Mother of the Emirates Family Welfare Foundation, which has strongly committed to recruiting, qualifying and empowering women. Internationally, and to provide them with practical and scientific expertise in the area of voluntary humanitarian response and in the management of clinics and on-the-spot, mobile and interactive hospitals in different parts of the world, capable of alleviating the misery of all infants, elderly people and women in recent years.
Noura Khalifa Al-Suwaidi, Secretary General of the General Women’s Union, reported that the global virtual humanitarian initiative of Sheikha Fatima Bint Mubarak has drawn the most prominent young medical executives in Emirati and Sudan and has helped her to carry out virtual medical humanitarian work in many Sudanese villages to provide the best diagnosis, care and preventive services to more than 500 people. Many who suffer from chronic or infectious diseases are linked by video telephony to clinics and field hospitals in Sudanese villages via the Virtual Medicine Center in Abu Dhabi.
She said that the campaign offered a qualitative jump in the area of voluntary specialized health work and was an unparalleled groundbreaking effort to recruit and inspire doctors from different parts of the world to support humanity by leveraging and harnessing the latest modern medical technologies to relieve the misery of many women in different countries of the world in a month, Justice and generosity, in line with the strategy of the voluntary charitable work of the late Sheikh Zayed bin Sultan Al Nahyan, and the wise leadership of Sheikh Khalifa bin Zayed Al Nahyan, President of the United Arab Emirates, and Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Vice-President of the United Arab Emirates, Prime Minister and Vice-President of Dubai, And Sheikh Mohammed bin Zayed Al Nahyan, Crown Prince of Abu Dhabi and Deputy Supreme Commander of the Armed Forces, and members of the Supreme Council of the Union, rulers of the Emirates, to volunteer work and establish a culture of humanitarian giving.