Emirati Amna Ahmed Abdullah, known as (Umm Abdullatif), was chosen among the influential female figures nationally and regionally by the Khalidiya Youth Society in Bahrain, where she was honored at the annual honor ceremony held by the association, last Saturday, in celebration of International Women’s Day, through visual communication technology. .
The mother, Amna Ahmed, dubbed “the Abaq of the Past,” and a member of the Women’s Union Society in Sharjah, won this honor in recognition of her roles in the field of reviving the national heritage, as a model for pioneering women in community work.
Mother Amna Ahmed (72 years old) expressed her pride in this honor, which she gave to the leadership of the UAE and its honorable people, and to “Mother of the Emirates” Her Highness Sheikha Fatima bint Mubarak, President of the General Women’s Union, Supreme Chair of the Family Development Foundation, President of the Supreme Council for Motherhood and Childhood, and to The “Big Heart” His Highness Sheikha Jawaher Al Qasimi, President of the Supreme Family Council, for their great efforts in making Emirati women pioneering civilizational achievements.
Umm Abdul Latif added that “every Emirati woman, whether she is a mother, employee or student, and wherever her position in society is, is a project of achievement and stature of success.”
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