UAE_UN 2nd Round of Women, Peace and Security program. The UAE_UN Women Announce Second Round of Military and Peacekeeping Training Programme for Women in 2020. It also includes participants from the African and Asian region. The programme is held under the patronage of Her Highness Sheikha Fatima bint Mubarak, First Lady of the UAE, Chairwoman of the General Women’s Union. President of the Supreme Council for Motherhood and Childhood, and Supreme Chairwoman of the Family Development Foundation, and runs in partnership with UN Women, the UAE Ministry of Defence, and the General Women’s Union.
UAE_UN 2nd Round of Women, Peace and Security program
Second Round of Military and Peacekeeping Training Programme for Women in 2020
- The visit of His Excellency Fansu Bujang, Gambian Ambassador to the UAE.
- In addition, 8 of the women ambassadors to the United Nations to the headquarters of the General Women’s Union in Abu Dhabi.
- So, they met 223 trainees within the Women, Peace and Security Program.
- Finally, They praised their efforts in completing military training and peacekeeping in the second session of the program.
Highlights from yesterday’s visit of HE Fansu Bojang and 8 #women #UN Ambassadors at @UAEGWU. They commended 223 #WPS cadets for their efforts as they undertake military and peacekeeping training during the second round of the programme in the #UAE. @UN_Women @UN_UAE pic.twitter.com/kOPpYXtxpY
— UN Women in UAE (@unwomenuae) February 19, 2020
Explanation of the first phase of the training program
Dr Moza gave an explanation to the President of the United Nations General Assembly on the progress made in the first phase of the training program.
Which sponsored by
- The General Women’s Union.
- The Liaison Office of the United Nations Women in Abu Dhabi in cooperation with the Ministry of Defense in the UAE.
Dr Moza Role in the training program
In honour of her and in appreciation of her role in
- Firstly, Supporting humanitarian and charitable causes.
- Eventually, Advancing Emirati women to participate in the development of her community.
Women build up women and today’s visit by 8 #women #UN ambassadors is case to point. They uplifted 223 #WPS cadets with praise for their efforts, most are under taking military training well away from home, armed with a dream of a better future for themselves & their communties. pic.twitter.com/a6oMOk7C6W
— DrMouzaAlShehhi (@DrMouzaAlShehhi) February 18, 2020