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University of Dubai recognizes outstanding students at annual Honors Student event

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University of Dubai recognizes outstanding students at annual Honors Student event

4101The University of Dubai recently held its annual Honors Student Event to recognize outstanding students for the academic year 2012-2013. The event was organized by the Student and Alumni Affairs Department to recognize the high academic performance of University of Dubai Undergraduate (UG) and Graduate (G) students.

Students from across a wide range of faculties were assessed according to CGPA guidelines with outstanding students honored for their achievements over the past academic year. More than 90 students made this year’s Dean’s List by earning a CGPA of 3.2 or above and a total of 20 students earned the Dean’s Highest Honors by earning a CGPA of 3.8 or above.  The event was held at Xclusive Clover Hotel and guests were addressed by Dr. Eesa Bastaki, President of the University of Dubai.

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INJAZ Bahrain recognizes supporters at annual appreciation event

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INJAZ Bahrain recognizes supporters at annual appreciation event

465INJAZ Bahrain held its annual appreciation event on Sunday 25th July at the Crowne Plaza Hotel in which it recognized the support extended by its stakeholders. The attendance included the volunteers who supported INJAZ Bahrain in the delivery of its programmes over the last academic year, board members, strategic partners, staff, and guests of honor.

The event started with a speech from Her Excellency Sheikha Hessa Bint Khalifa Alkahlifa, the Executive Director of INJAZ Bahrain in which she thanked the sponsors of the appreciation event - BANAGAS, GPIC, Bapco, HSBC, Ithmar Bank, and Bahrain National Holding.

She then expressed her sincere appreciation to the 537 volunteers for inspiring the youth and sharing with them their business knowledge, experience and know-how, as well as the corporate strategic partners represented who serve on the organization’s board.

“INJAZ Bahrain owes a great deal of its sustained growth and tremendous achievements to the contributions of all our partners and supporters,” Sheikha Hessa said.

“Over the previous academic year, INJAZ Bahrain’s programmes reached 16,800 students, including all secondary schools, 80% of intermediate schools, 30% of primary schools, as well as six universities and a few private schools. This tremendous accomplishment would not have been possible without our dedicated volunteers who devoted their time and effort to empower the next generation of Bahrainis to own their economic success with our entrepreneurship, work-readiness and financial literacy based programmes,” she added.

Sheikha Hessa also stressed on the important role the Ministry of Education played in facilitating the programme implementation in all schools. She also touched on the major milestones of the past years and how the organization enriched the learning experience of students with mentorship, internship and community service opportunities to apply what they learned in the work environment.

Speaking in his role as a board member of INJAZ Bahrain, Sheikh Mohamed Bin Khalifa Al Khalifa, Chief Executive of BANAGAS also delivered an address in which he commended the volunteers and highlighted the importance of the private sector’s partnership with INJAZ Bahrain as part of its corporate social responsibility. This partnership stems from these private sector organizations’ firm belief in the importance of preparing the future workforce for the challenges of the real business world.

“Partnering with INJAZ Bahrain and working hand in hand with other private sector companies to instill valuable business knowledge and skills in the youth of Bahrain is a real investment in the future and is an immense source of pride for us all,” Sheikh Mohamed said

The 537 INJAZ Bahrain volunteers of the previous academic year were honored at the event and presented with gifts and certificates of appreciation. Donors and individuals with outstanding support were also recognized and presented with awards. The event sponsors, BANAGAS, GPIC, HSBC, Bapco, Ithmar, & BNH were also honored, thanked and presented with appreciation gifts.

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Ebrahim K. Kanoo recognizes Toyota and Lexus parts division staff

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Ebrahim K. Kanoo recognizes Toyota and Lexus parts division staff

3128Ebrahim K. Kanoo, the sole distributor of Toyota and Lexus in the Kingdom of Bahrain, has organized its annual staff award ceremony for Toyota and Lexus Parts division at the Gulf Convention Centre on Wednesday 10th of April 2013.

The event, which was attended by Ebrahim K. Kanoo’s top management, aimed at expressing the management’s appreciation and recognition for their efforts and hard work during the year 2012. Wherein, awards were distributed to recognize both the 2012 Best Performance Employees and the Long Serving Staff with the company. At the end, a raffle took place were 13 lucky winners received valuable gifts.

Mr. Gurcharan Singh, the General Manager of Parts said: “We are proud of our staff contributions and commitment to accomplish 2012 targets, and we expect even greater results in this year.”

Mr. Bashar Darkazalli, CEO of Ebrahim K. Kanoo stated in his addressing speech: “Ebrahim K. Kanoo’s management believes that showing appreciation to its employees is an important factor to success and development.”

Ebrahim K. Kanoo, is famed for their high quality products and the best customer service, supported by a huge network of service centers distributed across Bahrain including, the state-of-the-art Toyota Plaza and Arad Service Centers, fully equipped Body and Paint centers in Arad and a total of 9 genuine spare parts branches.

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Corniche Hospital recognizes new graduates

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Corniche Hospital recognizes new graduates

4218Abu Dhabi, 30th March 2013: A special graduation ceremony to honor two trainees of the Fetal Medicine Advanced Training Skills Module (ATSM) program at Corniche Hospital was held at Abu Dhabi’s St Regis Hotel, Saadiyat Island.

Dr. Aqeela Mustafa and Dr. Fareeda Jahangir, specialists in obstetrics and gynaecology at Corniche Hospital, have successfully completed the hospital’s training program, which included a rigorous 4-week rotation in the United Kingdom. In 2010, Corniche was the first facility outside of the UK to be accredited by the Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists and authorized to provide advanced training in maternal medicine. The current trainee in post is Dr Rasha Al Zaabi, the first UAE national to have graduated from Corniche Hospital’s ATSM training in Maternal /Obstetric medicine last year.

“In a country where the rate of genetic disorders is high and physicians who are subspecialized in the field of fetal medicine are in high demand, this internationally-recognized training at a local level is crucial,” said Dr. Mariam Al Mazrouei, Deputy Chief Executive Officer of Corniche Hospital. “The Fetal Medicine ATSM is a vital component in our quest to elevate the standards of maternal and newborn health care services in the UAE and the region. We are very proud to know that our graduates are contributing to that process.”

Royal College recognition allows Corniche Hospital to offer the ATSM in Fetal Medicine to the medical community in the UAE as part of a postgraduate training program in obstetrics and gynecology. These modules have been designed to provide trainees with the increasingly advanced subspecialty skills required for independent practice. Physicians undertaking postgraduate training in obstetrics and gynecology in the UK, for instance, must complete a minimum of two ATSMs in order to obtain a Certificate of Completion of Training (CCT) in obstetrics and gynecology.

Corniche Hospital’s commitment to continuous medical education for local health care providers has earned the hospital recognition from the Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education International LLC (ACGME-I). The UAE, represented by SEHA, is only the second country outside of the United States to have its hospitals and residency programmes accredited by this body.

The 299-bed Corniche Hospital, the largest maternity and neonatal healthcare facility in the UAE, is managed by Johns Hopkins Medicine International and is part of the SEHA Health System owned and operated by Abu Dhabi Health Services Company PJSC (SEHA).

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QS World University Ranking recognizes AUS as one of the world’s Top 500 Universities

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QS World University Ranking recognizes AUS as one of the world’s Top 500 Universities

2189American University of Sharjah (AUS) today entered into the ranks of the world’s top 500 universities for the first time according to London-based Quacquarelli Symonds (QS), one of the world’s most trusted university rankings. Of more than 2,500 global institutions considered, AUS was ranked in the top 401-450 bracket for 2012-2013, a substantial climb from last year’s 601+ bracket, according to QS World University Rankings 2012/2013 which was published.

In the Middle East, 26 universities made the QS World University ranking for 2012-2013. AUS is one of only two in the UAE ranked in the top 500. The QS World University Rankings evaluates universities based on academic reputation, employer reputation, citations per faculty, faculty student ration, and proportions of international students and international faculty.

Based on the research, AUS scored high in academic reputation and employer reputation, placing it amongst the top 301 universities in the world. AUS also achieved a score of 82 per cent in international students and more than 99 per cent in international faculty. In addition, with 1,069 papers and 1,908 citations of published researches as well as several registered patents, AUS has rapidly become an internationally acclaimed institution, despite being young in age.

Expressing his satisfaction over this recognition, AUS Chancellor Dr. Peter Heath said, “This is good news for everyone. It is now confirmed by outside experts that AUS meets international standards of excellence.”

Chancellor Heath added, “This achievement reflected a commitment by the founder and President of AUS, His Highness Sheikh Dr. Sultan Bin Mohammed Al Qassimi, Supreme Council Member and Ruler of Sharjah, to create a university that would match American standards in its academic programs.” He attributed the achievement mainly to the unwavering support of His Highness the Ruler of Sharjah.

“This news is also a tribute to the dedication of hundreds of faculty, staff and students over the last 15 years. They can take pride in what they have achieved,” he said. “We, at AUS, have long-known about the quality of the education that we provide for our students. Yet external recognition of this fact is always welcome. AUS looks forward to continuing to increase its academic quality and reputation in order to serve our students in the best possible fashion,” concluded Dr. Heath.

Ben Sowter, head of the QS intelligence Unit said, “The continued presence in the QS World University Rankings of a group of universities from the Middle East which first entered the rankings in 2011 represents a sound return on the huge investments being made in higher education and research in this region.”

2012 is the ninth year that QS has published its World University Rankings, which have become established as the most widely read university comparison of their kind. They are based on six indicators and were this year compiled following surveys of over 46,000 academics and 28,000 employers, the largest of their kind ever conducted.

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Dubai Convention Bureau recognizes congress ambassadors

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Dubai Convention Bureau recognizes congress ambassadors

216The Dubai Convention Bureau (DCB), the congress and events industry section of the Dubai Department of Tourism and Commerce Marketing (DTCM) entrusted to attract global events to the Middle East’s most-popular business and tourism hub, hosted a recognition event for its Congress Ambassadors at the Shangri La Dubai hotel on May 28th.

The Dubai Convention Bureau works with public and private sector organisations on a continual basis to bring international events to the city and thereby enhancing its global standing and contribution to the economy. The meeting was organized to award organisations and individuals who have actively bid to bring large scale events to Dubai.

A presentation was made by Mr. Abdulla Yousuf, Head of Congress Ambassadors Development, to explain the importance of various congresses hosted in Dubai and the economic impact on the emirate.

The average spend of a congress delegate is Dhs9760, according to information made available by the International Congress and Convention Association (ICCA).

The economic impact of the confirmed events for Dubai from 2011 to 2013 has been estimated at Dhs1,834,860,480 based upon the economic impact matrix of the Destination Marketing Association International (DMAI).

The future confirmed congresses were also presented to the ambassadors to highlight some of the larger events and their importance to the destination.

Followed by the presentation, the awards were presented to the organizations that have submitted bids for congresses during the year 2011.

The award recipients are: Academy of International Business, Automobile & Touring Club of the UAE, Dubai Sport Council, Dubai Supreme Council of Energy, Emirates Dental Society, Emirates Intensive Care Society, Emirates Nephrology Society, Emirates Orthopedic Society, Emirates Rheumatology Society, Emirates Sky Cargo, UAE Ministry of Health, Roads & Transport Authority (RTA), Telecommunications Regulatory Authority (TRA) and the Zayed University.

Mr. Hamad bin Mejren, Executive Director of Business Tourism and DCB at DTCM, said: “We pride ourselves on offering unparalleled service, infrastructure and opportunities to meeting planners. Attracting congresses to any destination is very competitive, we must continue to prove our value to our customers and remain committed to their success. The strong network of local ambassadors is a great strength for Dubai, we must continue to expand this network. These events provide a strong economic impact and will continue to support the city’s growth.”

DCB is dedicated to win events and to promote Dubai internationally as a leading convention destination. Local ambassadors, who generally act as the host for these conventions, play a pivotal role in its success.

Congress Ambassadors are professionals with expertise in their specific fields. They have influence with an international association’s choice of conference destinations.

The Congress Ambassador’s role varies from association to association. The DCB usually researches and discuss these individuals’ role with each potential Congress Ambassador.

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Sidra Medical and Research Center recognizes research interviewers for their contribution to Sidra’s services planning

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Sidra Medical and Research Center recognizes research interviewers for their contribution to Sidra’s services planning

225Sidra Medical and Research Center together with Weill Cornell Medical College in Qatar (WCMC-Q) honored professionals who recently completed qualitative research training as part of Sidra’s community engagement initiative in an awards ceremony at Sidra offices in Doha.

Twenty five men and women were awarded certificates upon completing the Qualitative Research Interview Skills Workshop. The workshop was designed to support researchers in collecting unbiased and high-quality data where human inter-phase is required, especially in multi-cultural settings such as Doha. Over the course of two months, trainees spent 24 hours on in-classroom training, matched by out-of-classroom coursework, and eight to 12 hours of field observation.

Trainees learned a transferable skill set of research practices that can be used in their everyday jobs. In addition to international and cross-cultural interviewing, informed consent, active listening techniques, qualitative data gathering and data processing, students were also trained in validation and verifying skills.

The Research Interview Skills Workshop is an integral part of the CCP, which aims to gather insights about women’s health from the local Arabic-speaking community, to help inform services being planned for Sidra.

“The vision for Sidra first emerged from the needs of the local community, and we have continued to involve these communities in planning the center’s service offerings. Sidra will have an organic connection with the community through on-going engagement with the public in a culturally sensitive and effective manner, an engagement rooted in the CCP. The Workshop goes even further in helping Sidra and the local communities support each other’s progress, by offering our trainees a chance to learn new skills,” said Olufunke Ilori, Sidra senior planning consultant.

The CCP was started in 2009 as part of Sidra’s commitment to engage with the community through enhanced and individualized communications efforts that would help ground Sidra’s services and approaches to health care in the needs of the community. The project aims to inform and gather views, concerns and opinions from women planning to use health services at Sidra, to ensure that the services are culturally sensitive. To date, the CCP has matriculated 38 professionals through the workshop.

Dr. Cindy McKeon, director of clinical research at WCMC-Q, said: “The collaboration between WCMC-Q and Sidra was highly successful and demonstrates what can be achieved by sharing expertise and knowledge. As such, both WCMC-Q and Sidra are keen for the collaboration to continue and for further joint research workshops to be offered in the future.

“The program has allowed WCMC-Q to augment its clinical research practices as it provides for enhanced interaction between the researchers and patients and affords the researchers greater insight into what the patient has to say.”

Participants saw their role in the CCP as a valuable experience to learn marketable new skills and play a significant role in building the community.

“I’m eager to take part in future research to help inform planning for medical services at Sidra. Having the opportunity to help inform the innovative design and care model planned for Sidra allows me to play my part in improving standards of health and wellbeing for women and children in the community, and create a brighter future for the people of Qatar,” said Abdulla Jassim Abdulla, head of policy analysis and development at the Sidra Executive Project Office.

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Manchester United Soccer Schools recognizes top ten players from latest programme

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Manchester United Soccer Schools recognizes top ten players from latest programme

Children selected to represent MUSS at Abu Dhabi Skills Final

2234Abu Dhabi, UAE, 17 December 2011: The top 10 players from the latest Manchester United Soccer Schools (MUSS) programme in Abu Dhabi were announced during a presentation at the Dome@Rawdhat.

Three hundred and fifty children participated in the latest MUSS module – the highest recorded since the soccer school launched in October 2010 – and the top 10 point scorers battled against their peers in a series of skills challenges which tested their dribbling and ball control techniques.

Two children from each age group will now go forward to take part in the Abu Dhabi Skills Final to take place in autumn 2012.  They will be joined by 10 more participants from the MUSS module two which starts on Saturday 7 January and by a further 10 participants from module three which will begin in spring 2012.

All players who took part in the latest programme, which reflected the dynamic styles seen from Manchester United first team players like Danny Welbeck, Tom Cleverley, Phil Jones and Chris Smalling, received certificates and individual player evaluations from their coaches in front of parents, siblings and friends.

“The skills challenges are a great way to test the abilities of our players and chart their progress but the beauty is that they are age-handicapped so the seven year olds can compete fairly against the 16 year olds,” said Andy Dixon, head coach at MUSS Abu Dhabi. 


“Of the 30 children we will put forward into the competition, the top two point scorers will receive an all expenses paid trip to Manchester to represent Abu Dhabi and compete against their peers from around the world, playing in front of 75,000 people at Old Trafford.”

MUSS Module One Winners:
7 to 8 year olds:  Joshua Hendricks (South Africa); Ziad Amgad Mohammed A. Garween (Egypt)
9 to 10 year olds:  Benjamin Elliott (UK); Riyadh Beck (UK)
11 to 12 year olds:  Do Hyun Kim (South Korea); Abdel Rahman Ayman Zein (Egypt)
13 to 14 year olds:  Ahmed Abd Aziz Ahmed El Shaibani (UAE); Naseen Alsadi (Canada)
15 to 16 year olds:  Hussam Hassan (Yemen); Saif Arar (UAE)

Abu Dhabi based developer Reem Investments, which has signed a partnership agreement with MUSS, built the Dome@Rawdhat in order to create a vibrant sporting community in the area. Reem Investments have the exclusive rights to extend the MUSS programme across the GCC. 

The second MUSS module kicks off on Saturday 7 January, 2012 and will focus on the specific techniques of players Ryan Giggs, Nani and Antonio Valencia.  For the first time in the UAE, there will be girls-only sessions conducted on the indoor pitches at the Dome@Rawdhat under the tutelage of female coach Stela Samuela. 

‘Learn to Dribble and Dominate the United Way’ is open now for registration.  To learn more about MUSS in Abu Dhabi visit www.manutdsoccerschools.ae or call 02 449 8480.

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In Support of the Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques Initiative STC RECOGNIZES FAMILY OF PAKISTANI MARTYR “FARMAN”

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In Support of the Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques Initiative STC RECOGNIZES FAMILY OF PAKISTANI MARTYR “FARMAN”

2146STC recognized the family of Pakistani martyr Farman Ali Khan, who were the guests of the Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques during Hajj this year, part of the 1,400 pilgrims invited by the Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques to perform Hajj this year.  In memory and recognition of the Farman, STC presented his family with special gifts on behalf the people of Saudi Arabia for his heroic efforts in saving 14 lives from drowning during the Jeddah floods and right before passing away.   The Kingdom recently recognized him with King Abdulaziz Medal of the First Order.

In direct coordination with the Ministry of Islamic Affairs a recognition ceremony took place during the first day of Eid Al Adha attended by Abdulaziz Al Shuwaish GM Sales at STC Personal Sector, with the participation of the pilgrims, part of the guest program of the Custodian of the Two Holy Mosque.  The guests expressed their appreciation to STC for their efforts which reflect the Company’s true sense of social responsibility which in turn encourages others to follow along the same footsteps.  Organizers of the program including key officials from the Ministry of Islamic Affairs lauded STC’s social and humanitarian efforts citing its support of key Islamic programs run by various Government agencies and NGOs, some of which include the sponsorship of Khair Umma which is organized by the Committee for the Promotion of Virtue and the Prevention of Vice

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SanDisk Recognizes Retailers at Dedicated Awards Ceremony

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SanDisk Recognizes Retailers at Dedicated Awards Ceremony

Conducts live demonstrations of the Extreme® Pro™ SDXC™ UHS-I Card, Sansa Clip Zip, MP3 Player and the all new Memory Vault

2326Dubai – October 19th, 2011: SanDisk, the global leader in flash memory storage solu-tions, recognized its retailer partners at a dedicated awards ceremony yesterday.. The evening witnessed the launch and live demonstrations of SanDisk’s new range of innova-tive products – the Extreme® Pro™ SDXC™ UHS-I Card, Sansa Clip Zip, MP3 Player and the all new SanDisk® Memory Vault.

SanDisk took part in its sixth GITEX Shopper this year, utilizing the ever-growing event to expand channel partnerships and brainstorm with existing partners on how best to add value in their respective markets. Following its continued success at the event, SanDisk honored its valued retailers with awards as follows:
1). ‘Outstanding Support at Gitex Shopper’ award went to E City, E4U and MK Trading
2). ‘Outstanding Promotional Support in Retail’ award went to Sharaf DG
3). ‘Outstanding Secondary Placement and Branding in Retail’ award went to Plug Ins
4). ‘Outstanding Product Range and Display at Gitex’ award went to COMPUME
5). ‘Outstanding Sales Growth in Retail’ award went to Lulu
6). ‘Outstanding Sales Growth in High Performance Products’ award went to Jacky’s Elec-tronics
7). ‘Outstanding Overall Sales and Category Management at Gitex Shopper’ award went to E Max
8). ‘SanDisk Strategic Regional Partner, MENA Region’ award went to Carrefour
9). ‘Outstanding Regional Duty Free Partner’ award went to DUBAI DUTY FREE

“We have always believed in rewarding the best. Our success and the success of our re-tailers at this year’s GITEX Shopper exemplify our commitment to investment in our channel,” said Tareq Husseini, SanDisk’s Middle East and Africa Sales Director.

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