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SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT - DISABLED

DIFF, Sennheiser tie up to improve cinema experience for viewers with special needs

Posted on 08/06/2017

The Dubai International Film Festival, DIFF, and Sennheiser have teamed up with full endorsement from the National Media Council, NMC, to make films enjoyable for viewers with special needs. The move supports President His Highness Sheikh Khalifa bin Zayed Al Nahyan's ‘Year of Giving' initiative, and in line with the Dubai Disability Strategy 2020. For the first time in the UAE, Sennheiser will offer its personal assistive hearing and translation tool, CinemaConnect. It will be given to ...  >>MORE

UAE to be world's most disability-friendly country: Report

Posted on 01/06/2017

The UAE has gone a long way to be one of the world's most disability-friendly countries, according to specialists at the consultative council of the AccessAbilities Expo 2017. The exhibition, to be held in Dubai on November 7th-9th under the patronage of H.H. Sheikh Ahmed bin Saeed Al Maktoum, Chairman of the Dubai Civil Aviation Authority, Chief Executive of the Emirates Group, confirms once again that UAE's leadership has once again taken the lead in fully caring and providing the disabled ...  >>MORE

Kalimat Foundation for Children's Empowerment donates books to visually impaired students in Amman

Posted on 28/05/2017

Kalimat Foundation for Children's Empowerment, KF, a Sharjah-based non-profit children's organisation, has donated 150 audio, braille and large print books to visually impaired students at the Abdullah Ibn Umm Maktum School in the Jordanian capital, Amman. The gesture was in line with KF's vision to promote the role of children with special needs as a part of the ‘Year of Giving 2017' initiative, started by President His Highness Sheikh Khalifa bin Zayed Al Nahyan. The books were distributed ...  >>MORE

Emirati researcher innovates enrichment programme to improve attention of autism patients

Posted on 18/05/2017

MANAMA: Sheikha Obaid Al Dosari Al Suwaidi, Emirati Researcher at the Arabian Gulf University, innovated an enrichment programme that aims to improve the attention of children with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD). For her Master's degree research at the Arabian Gulf University in Manama, Al Suwaidi proved, through her experiment, the programme's value for improving the evaluation of visual attention for direction, transference and prolonged attention compared to traditional evaluation ...  >>MORE

UAE participates in Special Olympics World Winter Games in Austria

Posted on 21/03/2017

VIENNA: The UAE is competing in the 11th Special Olympics World Winter Games in Austria, which kicked off on Sunday in Schladming-Rohrmoos, after a spectacular opening ceremony on 18th March. The World Winter Games will see the participation of 2,700 athletes from 107 nations, including 16 Arab countries. The UAE team consists of 37 athletes. Abu Dhabi will be hosting the Special Olympics World Summer Games in 2019, highlighting the UAE's vision to create inclusion for people with ...  >>MORE

Over 190 athletes to compete in World Para Powerlifting World Cup in Dubai

Posted on 27/02/2017

From 27th February, a total number of 194 athletes from 33 countries will be competing in the Fazza World Para Powerlifting World Cup Dubai 2017, which will serve as a qualifier for the World Powerlifting Championship to be held in Mexico in September this year. The 8th Fazza World Para Powerlifting World Cup Dubai 2017 will be held under the patronage of H.H. Sheikh Hamdan bin Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, the Crown Prince of Dubai and Chairman of the Dubai Sports Council (DSC). It is being ...  >>MORE

Abu Dhabi to host 2019 Special Olympics World Games, organisers make official announcement

Posted on 25/01/2017

Abu Dhabi will be the host of the 2019 Special Olympics World Games, the world's largest humanitarian and sporting event, to be held first time in the Middle East, it was officially announced yesterday. The games will take place in venues throughout Abu Dhabi from March 14th - 21th, 2019. At a press conference in Zayed Sports City, the Local Organising Committee of the Special Olympics World Games welcomed government officials as well as executives and ambassadors from Special Olympics ...  >>MORE

Mohamed bin Zayed witnesses signing of agreement on hosting Special Olympics 2019 in Abu Dhabi

Posted on 24/01/2017

His Highness Sheikh Mohamed bin Zayed Al Nahyan, Crown Prince of Abu Dhabi and Deputy Supreme Commander of the UAE Armed Forces, witnessed on Monday the signing of an agreement to host the Special Olympics 2019 in Abu Dhabi. The ceremony, held at Al Bahr Palace, made Abu Dhabi the first city in the Middle East and North Africa to host the Special Olympics. Dr. Timothy Shriver, Chairman of the Special Olympics; Mary Davis, the Chief Executive Officer of the Special Olympics and Athlete Matthew ...  >>MORE

Mohamed bin Zayed issues resolution setting up Higher Committee for hosting Special Olympics in Abu Dhabi

Posted on 23/01/2017

His Highness Sheikh Mohamed bin Zayed Al Nahyan, Crown Prince of Abu Dhabi, Deputy Supreme Commander of the UAE Armed Forces, and Chairman of the Executive Council of the Emirate of Abu Dhabi, has issued a resolution forming the Higher Committee to host the Special Olympics in the Emirate of Abu Dhabi, under the chairmanship of Mohammed Abdullah Al Junaibi. The resolution named the members of the committee as: Dr. Fahad Al Mattar Neyadi, Dr. Maha Taysir Barakat, Saif Saeed Ghobash, Mohammed ...  >>MORE

Forum held in Dubai to guarantee services for disabled

Posted on 22/12/2016

The Dubai Government Excellence Program, sponsored by the General Secretariat of the Executive Council of Dubai, organised a forum on Wednesday entitled, "Dubai, a friendly city for people with disabilities". In attendance at the forum were Abdulla Al Shaibani, Secretary-General of the Executive Council of Dubai, and Chairman of Dubai Government Excellence Program, Ahmed Abdelkareem Jalfaar, Director-General for Community Development Authority in Dubai, and some 400 Dubai government ...  >>MORE

Sharjah Ruler orders AED10 million reward for UAE Paralympic team champions

Posted on 04/10/2016

The UAE Paralympic team champions will receive AED10 million as a reward for their outstanding performance during the 2016 Paralympics in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, as per orders of H.H. Dr. Sheikh Sultan bin Mohammed Al Qasimi, Supreme Council Member and Ruler of Sharjah. The Sharjah Ruler made this announcement in his office on Tuesday when he received the members of the UAE Paralympic team and a number of leading sports personalities. H.H. Sheikh Sultan bin Mohammed bin Sultan Al Qasimi, ...  >>MORE

UAE reviews report on CRPD

Posted on 20/08/2016

GENEVA: The United Arab Emirates has renewed its commitment to promote and protect human rights through embedding basic human rights principles in its constitution and legislations. This came during a session to review the UAE's state report on the Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities (CRPD), made before the Committee on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities last night at headquarters of the United Nations Commission on Human Rights (UNCHR) in Geneva. Sanaa Mohammed ...  >>MORE

DEWA gives priority to people with disabilities: Al Tayer

Posted on 02/08/2016

Saeed Mohammed Al Tayer, MD and CEO of Dubai Electricity and Water Authority, DEWA, has said that DEWA gives priority to people with special needs by launching initiatives to enhance its services for them. He added that DEWA also develops plans to help overcome any obstacles that may stand in their way by positively engaging with their social environment, helping people with special needs to contribute and be creative. "DEWA is committed to employing people with special needs, by placing them ...  >>MORE

Emirati author regales special needs children with tales of heritage

Posted on 18/06/2016

Emirati author Ahmed Al Shoaibi regaled children from the New England Centre for Children in Abu Dhabi, a school for Emirati pupils with special needs, with tales of Eid and Emirati heritage on Thursday. With a Ramadan theme, the academic-turned-children's author, whose passion is to teach the young generation about Emirati culture and heritage, spread the message of peace and kindness, the true spirit of the holy month. About 40 pupils aged 4 to 13 took part in the visit in which two stories ...  >>MORE

UAE highlights achievements in empowering people with disabilities

Posted on 17/06/2016

NEW YORK: The United Arab Emirates has highlighted the success of its policy to empower and integrate people with disabilities into the community, creating equal opportunities to them and improving their conditions across the country. In a statement delivered yesterday at the United Nations by Hussain Saeed Abdulla Ahmad Al Shaikh, Assistant Under-Secretary for Social Welfare Affairs - Ministry of Community Development, the UAE affirmed that making the integration and empowerment of persons ...  >>MORE

Dubai aiming to be one of world’s most disabled-friendly cities by 2020

Posted on 14/04/2016

Dubai is embarking on Dh10 million study that will steer it towards becoming one of the world's most disabled-friendly cities by 2020. Schools, hospitals, parks and transport are among the targets for change in the research, which was launched on Wednesday. By the end of the year, four pilot projects to improve access will be chosen as models to be replicated across the city by 2020. "This is the first step in our roadmap until we reach 2020," said Abdullah Al Shaibani, vice chairman of the ...  >>MORE

UAE calls for providing more care to persons with disabilities in times of emergency

Posted on 06/03/2016

GENEVA: UAE has stressed the need to pay more attention to the people with disabilities in emergency situations, and to seek appropriate conditions for them so that they get the right and timely care and safety. This came in a statement delivered by Reem Ibrahim Al Mannai, of the UAE Permanent Mission to the United Nations office in Geneva before the thirty-first regular session of the Human Rights Council's annual interactive discussion on the human rights of persons with disabilities. The ...  >>MORE

First UAE sign language dictionary will include new signs specific to Emirati culture

Posted on 16/02/2016

Deaf residents and sign language specialists from across the UAE have been compiling the UAE's first sign language dictionary. The dictionary is expected to be completed in June after two years of work. The Fujairah Rehabilitation Centre for the Disabled along with local and federal authorities have been holding workshops and meetings at the Al Ain Centre for Care and Rehabilitation. Abeer Al Shihe, a deaf specialist at the Fujairah centre, said the dictionary would devise new signs for many ...  >>MORE

International experts discuss key issues concerning people with disabilities

Posted on 11/02/2016

Early Intervention is the key to help children with specific disorders. The government has introduced a host of initiatives that will not only enhance the lives of people with disabilities but also integrate them into the society, according to a Dubai government official. Dr. Hussain Ali Maseeh, Expert – Programme and Social Services Sector, Community Development Authority, Dubai Government, was speaking at the inaugural session of Knowledge Centre, part of the three-day AccessAbilities Expo ...  >>MORE

Sheikh Ahmed bin Saeed affirms UAE's commitment to the disabled

Posted on 08/02/2016

H.H. Sheikh Ahmed bin Saeed Al Maktoum, Chairman of Dubai Civil Aviation Authority and Chairman of Emirates Group, yesterday affirmed that the UAE is committed to offering unparalleled opportunities for the disabled and special needs individuals to empower them to realise their potential in a friendly and flexible social environment. He noted that Dubai works to transform into an inclusive and disability-friendly city by 2020. Sheikh Ahmed bin Saeed made the remarks in a statement ahead of ...  >>MORE

Dubai to be world’s friendliest place for the disabled

Posted on 06/02/2016

Government bodies in Dubai are stepping into a new era of making Dubai the world's friendliest place for the disabled by increasing their services aimed at catering to the needs of their customers with disabilities. According to government officials, the new initiatives include Smart Gate Special Counters at the airports, guidelines in Braille, government staff trained in sign language to support those with hearing and speech impairment, ease of wheelchair access in buildings, parks, transport ...  >>MORE

Mohamed bin Zayed receives UAE team for Special Olympics World Games

Posted on 12/01/2016

His Highness Sheikh Mohamed bin Zayed Al Nahyan, Crown Prince of Abu Dhabi and Deputy Supreme Commander of the UAE Armed Forces, yesterday received the UAE team for Paralympic Games, at Al Bahr Palace. Mohammed Mohammed Fadel Al Hameli, Chairman of the UAE Disabled Sports Federation, Majid Abdullah Al Osaimi, Deputy Chairman of the UAE Disabled Sports Federation and President of the Asian Paralympic Committee (APC), and a number of members of the federation attended the meeting. During the ...  >>MORE

UAE's special needs centres embrace smart assistive technology for education, more employment opportunities

Posted on 29/12/2015

Latest smart technology is enabling training centres for the disabled to provide more effective training and therapies for their students. Education centres across the UAE are focusing more on embracing innovative assistive technology products, that are playing a powerful role in empowering their students with disabilities, improving educational outcomes and generating sustainable employment opportunities. Mariam Othman, Director General, Rashid Centre for the Disabled, said, "The role of ...  >>MORE

"My Community ... A City for Everyone" reinforces its commitment to transform Dubai into disability-friendly city by 2020

Posted on 10/12/2015

The 10th December of every year marks the commemoration of Human Rights Day, where the world celebrates the achievements and progress that are being made in efforts to promote, develop and protect human rights across the globe. On this occasion, "My Community... A City For Everyone", an initiative launched in 2013 by H.H. Sheikh Hamdan bin Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Crown Prince of Dubai and Chairman of Dubai Executive Council, to transform Dubai to a disability-friendly city by the year ...  >>MORE

du empowers special needs communications with the deployment of first BabNoor App iPads to Dubai Autism Center

Posted on 28/10/2015

du distributed 20 iPads preloaded with the BabNoor App designed by Flagship Projects to the Dubai Autism Center at the launch and distribution of the Arabic language BabNoor App, which is intended to complement and eventually replace physical, visual and pictorial reference cards for children with special needs. Hala Badri, Executive Vice President, Brand and Communications, du, said: "Children with special needs are part the future of our nation, a happier nation, and it is our moral ...  >>MORE

First female to represent UAE in Paralympic Games to compete in Doha 2015 IPC Athletics World Championships

Posted on 21/10/2015

DOHA: Thuraya Al Zaabi, the first female to represent the UAE at a Paralympic Games in Beijing 2008, is due to compete in the Doha 2015 IPC Athletics World Championships, which will be held from 21st -31st October at Qatar Sports Club. Ms Al Zaabi will be competing in the javelin and shot put events on the evenings of 28th and 29th October. Speaking in the penultimate film of the series, 'My Incredible Story', launched by the Doha 2015 Organising Committee to showcase the incredible ...  >>MORE

Dubai to be a disability-friendly city by 2020

Posted on 06/10/2015

The General Secretariat of The Executive Council of Dubai has announced the launch of the "Dubai Inclusive Development Forum" which will take place at Madinat Jumeirah between 11th-12th of October 2015. The announcement was made in a press conference at Emirates Towers in the presence of select representatives of the Higher Committee for the Protection of the Rights of Persons with Disabilities, as well as local media. Among attendees at the conference were Abdullah Al Shaibani, Secretary ...  >>MORE

UAE partakes in 2015 IWAS World Games in Sochi

Posted on 28/09/2015

Fourteen athletes from the UAE are participating in the 2015 International Wheelchair and Amputee Sports Federation (IWAS) World Games, being held in Sochi, Russia between 26th September-3rd October. The UAE athletes who joined peers from 35 countries for competitions in archery, arm wrestling, athletics, para-Taekwondo, swimming and table tennis hope to quality for the Rio 2016 Paralympic Games in Brazil. Sultan bin Khadim, Vice President of the UAE Disabled Sports Federation and head of the ...  >>MORE

UAE’s Mohammad Al Hammadi makes it a golden double

Posted on 16/09/2015

The UAE's Paralympic sensation Mohammad Al Hammadi secured his second gold medal in the GCC Para-Athletics Championships in Doha with a time of 28.13 seconds in the men's 200m T33-34 event, finishing ahead of world record holder Ahmad Al Mutairi of Kuwait. Rashid Al Daheri of the UAE also won gold in an incredibly close 800m T53/54 final with Kuwaiti Faisal Al Rajehi settling for the silver. "I consider Doha my lucky charm after winning three gold medals in the GCC Championships. This is a ...  >>MORE

UAE's Al Hammadi wins gold at GCC Para-Athletics Championships

Posted on 13/09/2015

UAE's Mohammed Al Hammadi who won gold in the 100m T33/34 event on the opening day of the GCC Para-Athletics Championships in Qatar on Saturday. The competition which also serves as a preparation for the upcoming IPC Athletics World Championships began with an opening ceremony at Doha's Qatar Sports Club. "My gold medal here today in the 100m T33 event will only motivate me to achieve greater things in the Doha 2015 IPC Athletics World Championships in October. Qatar will be the first ...  >>MORE

Global tribute to UAE efforts for integrating people with disabilities

Posted on 31/07/2015

LISBON: The eighth Annual International Conference on Integrating People with Disabilities at the University of Lisbon, Portugal "ISEC2015 , has recommended the integration of children with disabilities since childhood. The event was attended by international experts, who praised the UAE's efforts in integrating the people with disabilities. Dr. Eman Gaad, Educational Adviser to Down Syndrome Society, Dean of Faculty of Education, British University in Dubai, who addressed the conference as ...  >>MORE

Hamdan donates Dh1 million for LA Games

Posted on 06/07/2015

Sheikh Hamdan bin Mohammad bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Crown Prince of Dubai and Chairman, Dubai Sports Council (DSC) has announced a Dh1 million grant to the UAE national team scheduled to participate in the Special Olympics World Games 2015 to be held in the USA later this month. The UAE squad of 115, including athletes and officials, is expected to travel to the Special Olympics World Games 2015 in Los Angeles on July 17. The UAE will be participating in 12 different sports for the Games ...  >>MORE

On Zayed Humanitarian Work Day, Rashid Centre for Disabled launches 'Zad Zayed International Award'

Posted on 04/07/2015

In response to the directives of Vice President and Prime Minister and Ruler of Dubai, His Highness Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, on the significance of marking the Zayed Humanitarian Work Day, which coincides with 19th of Ramadan, the Rashid Centre for the Disabled has launched the 'Zad Zayed International Award'. The Award aims to sustain, deepen the values and legacy of the UAE's founding father, late Sheikh Zayed bin Sultan Al Nahyan. It also aims to urge the community to boost ...  >>MORE

UAE champions human rights and inclusive development at high-level conference on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities

Posted on 14/06/2015

NEW YORK: The UAE Permanent Mission to UN, in partnership with Pineda Foundation/World ENABLED, organised several activities to promote global coordination and cooperation on the human rights of persons with disabilities. On Wednesday a high-level event was convened under the title "Delivering Inclusion: Innovations in Local Practice from the UAE and the Broader Region", at the ONE UN New York Hotel. The event highlighted some of the innovative policies and programs from the UAE and GCC for ...  >>MORE

Sheikh Mohamed bin Zayed reaches out to special needs students

Posted on 05/06/2015

Hamda Al Mansoori will always remember Monday – it was the day she met Sheikh Mohamed bin Zayed. Hamda, 33, a student at the Abu Dhabi Centre for Special Needs, and seven friends were received by Sheikh Mohamed, Crown Prince of Abu Dhabi and Deputy Supreme Commander of the Armed Forces. He asked them what they wished for and when it came to her turn, Hamda, who has cerebral palsy and has to use a wheelchair, started to cry. "Sheikh Mohamed actually got a tissue, bent down and wiped my tears ...  >>MORE

UAE wins seat in SOMENA Regional Advisory Council

Posted on 19/04/2015

MARRAKECH: UAE Special Olympics has added another feather in its cap when Thani Juma Belregad won a seat in the Special Olympics Middle East and North Africa (SOMENA) Regional Advisory Council in the council's elections which held during the ongoing meeting in Moroccan city of Marrakech. Belregad will also act as advisor to the SOMENA Regional President. The Marrakech meeting, which is scheduled to conclude tomorrow under the presidency of Ayman Abdel Wahab, Regional President & Managing ...  >>MORE

US delegation hails Sharjah Ruler's efforts in aiding the disabled to be part of the society

Posted on 09/04/2015

A delegation from the Kennesaw University in the US has commended the care and attention given by H.H. Dr. Sheikh Sultan bin Mohammed Al Qasimi, Supreme Council Member and Ruler of Sharjah, for people with disabilities, and his keenness to integrate them into society and their rehabilitation by providing them sporting and social centres. This came during the delegation's visit to Al Thiqah Club for the Disabled in Sharjah, where they were greeted by Kaltham Obaid Bakheer Al Matroushi, Manager ...  >>MORE

Mohammed bin Rashid honours deaf students for developing driving safety app

Posted on 12/02/2015

Vice President and Prime Minister and Ruler of Dubai His Highness Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, on Wednesday honoured a team of deaf students from Al Khawarizmi International College who developed Al Najdha (meaning Rescue in Arabic) app which disables keypads of mobile phones to prevent car drivers from using their devices for SMS texting while driving. Using sign language, the students who collaborated with the Ministry of Interior to develop the smart app, thanked H.H. Sheikh ...  >>MORE

U.A.E. clinch four medals at Asian Para Games

Posted on 22/10/2014

The U.A.E. opened their account with four medals which included three silver and a bronze at the 2nd Asian Para Games for the physically challenged. The U.A.E. lie fifth in the medal count. China top the table with 29 gold. It was a great start for the U.A.E. paralympians in the South Korean port city of Incheon where the Games continue till October 24. First to hit silver was Abdullah Al Aryani, who was edged out into second place in the 10m air rifle shooting event. This was followed by ...  >>MORE

White Cane Walk

Posted on 19/10/2014

Al Ihsan Charity Association, in cooperation with the Emirates Association of the Visually Impaired and Noor Dubai, organised a walk at Mirdif City Centre to mark World White Cane Day which falls on October 15. More than 50 visually impaired children and more than 1,000 community member participated in the walk. Dr Sheikh Abdul Aziz Bin Ali Bin Rashid Al Nuaimi, Secretary-General of Al Ihsan Charity, said that the walk was organised in solidarity with the visually impaired people and for the ...  >>MORE

Disability-friendly parks in Dubai by 2016

Posted on 21/07/2014

The civic body on Sunday announced that it intends to have disabled-friendly parks throughout the city by the end of 2016, in a bid to make the entire city a disabled-friendly one by 2020. As part of Dubai Municipality's strategy in making the emirate a friendly one for people with disabilities, 20 per cent of each park, theme park and square will be easily accessible to those in wheelchairs, the blind, or those with other disabilities. The project is expected to start in October and to be ...  >>MORE

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DIFF, Sennheiser tie up to improve cinema experience for viewers with special needs


UAE to be world's most disability-friendly country: Report


Kalimat Foundation for Children's Empowerment donates books to visually impaired students in Amman


Emirati researcher innovates enrichment programme to improve attention of autism patients


UAE participates in Special Olympics World Winter Games in Austria


Over 190 athletes to compete in World Para Powerlifting World Cup in Dubai


Abu Dhabi to host 2019 Special Olympics World Games, organisers make official announcement


Mohamed bin Zayed witnesses signing of agreement on hosting Special Olympics 2019 in Abu Dhabi


Mohamed bin Zayed issues resolution setting up Higher Committee for hosting Special Olympics in Abu Dhabi


Forum held in Dubai to guarantee services for disabled


Sharjah Ruler orders AED10 million reward for UAE Paralympic team champions


UAE reviews report on CRPD


DEWA gives priority to people with disabilities: Al Tayer


Emirati author regales special needs children with tales of heritage


UAE highlights achievements in empowering people with disabilities


Dubai aiming to be one of world’s most disabled-friendly cities by 2020


UAE calls for providing more care to persons with disabilities in times of emergency


First UAE sign language dictionary will include new signs specific to Emirati culture


International experts discuss key issues concerning people with disabilities


Sheikh Ahmed bin Saeed affirms UAE's commitment to the disabled


Dubai to be world’s friendliest place for the disabled


Mohamed bin Zayed receives UAE team for Special Olympics World Games


UAE's special needs centres embrace smart assistive technology for education, more employment opportunities


"My Community ... A City for Everyone" reinforces its commitment to transform Dubai into disability-friendly city by 2020


du empowers special needs communications with the deployment of first BabNoor App iPads to Dubai Autism Center


First female to represent UAE in Paralympic Games to compete in Doha 2015 IPC Athletics World Championships


Dubai to be a disability-friendly city by 2020


UAE partakes in 2015 IWAS World Games in Sochi


UAE’s Mohammad Al Hammadi makes it a golden double


UAE's Al Hammadi wins gold at GCC Para-Athletics Championships


Global tribute to UAE efforts for integrating people with disabilities


Hamdan donates Dh1 million for LA Games


On Zayed Humanitarian Work Day, Rashid Centre for Disabled launches 'Zad Zayed International Award'


UAE champions human rights and inclusive development at high-level conference on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities


Sheikh Mohamed bin Zayed reaches out to special needs students


UAE wins seat in SOMENA Regional Advisory Council


US delegation hails Sharjah Ruler's efforts in aiding the disabled to be part of the society


Mohammed bin Rashid honours deaf students for developing driving safety app


U.A.E. clinch four medals at Asian Para Games


White Cane Walk


Disability-friendly parks in Dubai by 2016