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    Sharjah Business Women Council

    Starting its journey in 2002, Sharjah Business Women Council aims to drive women entrepreneur’s integration into the global economy, support economic output of the nation, and social development of the Emirate of Sharjah.

    To achieve this aim, SBWC engages in delivering a range of programmes and initiatives including conferences, seminars, workshops and research that supports potential and existing entrepreneurs in Sharjah. It also forges partnerships with government, private organisations and foundations in the UAE and beyond.

    For more information about SBWC, visit www.sbwc.ae.

    Irthi Contemporary Crafts Council

    The Irthi Contemporary Crafts council aims to empower women economically and socially through the crafts across the MENASEA and Central Asia regions. By representing both traditional and modern crafts and developing a fresh narrative for the sector, it aims to create new market opportunities, deliver social development programmes, host vocational training and preserve the skills and rich cultural heritage of the region for current and future generations.

    With the Bidwa Social Development Programme, established in 2014, the council aims to revive the country’s important heritage cottage industries and sustains and engages with younger generations by modernising and elevating the crafts ‘Talli’, ‘Sadu’ and ‘Safeefah’.

    With Bidwa, established in 2014, Irthi revives the country’s important heritage cottage industries and sustains and engages with younger generations by modernising and elevating the crafts ‘Talli’, ‘Sadu’ and ‘Safeefah’.

    More information about Irthi can be found on its social media @irthicontemporarycraftscouncil

    Badiri Education and Development Academy

    Badiri Education and Development Academy aims to boost, reward and showcase the spirit of professional women and develop their skills enabling them to actively engage in the economy locally and globally.

    It also focuses on entrepreneurship development, which it encourages through programmes such as Badiri Business Entreprenuership Programme, Badiri Social Entreprenuership Programme, and Badiri E-Academy – an online platform that has courses and resources – in addition to its ongoing short workshops, seminars, and courses that aim at creating the next generation of professional women.

    Partners

     

    UN Women

    NAMA are co-convening a series of round tables supporting equal opportunities – one of the Flagship Programmes Initatives (FPIs) under UN Women.
    Sharjah will be hosting the Women Economic Empowerment Summit (WEES) in partnership with UN Women upcoming fall 2017

    Gitex

    NAMA had sponsored eight demo stands and presented the world of Women in Tech through its stand activation during Gitex Technology Week 2016. It also launched an application for a member of the Sharjah Business Women Council (SBWC). SBWC is one of NAMA’s affiliates.

    The Big Heart Foundation

    NAMA supported the Big Heart Foundation’s regional conference “Investing in the Future: Building the Resilience of Women and Girls in the Arab Region”, which took place on October 19-20, 2016.
    The conference brought together government representatives, international organisations, non-governmental organisations, gender equality practitioners and leaders, academics and other experts from the region and beyond to review and discuss the advancement of women and girls. It also discussed the importance of ensuring a sustainable approach to development and humanitarian programming that maintains resilience of women and girls at the core.

    Jeans for Refugees

    Jeans for Refugees is a global initiative facilitating innovation, communication and collaboration to raise funds for refugees worldwide.
    Her Highness Sheikha Jawaher bint Mohammed Al Qasimi is the Patron of the 100 Jeans for Refugees project and had donated a coat she wore when visiting the Zaatri Refugee Camp in Jordan to the 100 Jeans for Refugees auction that took place on October 31, 2016.
    This partnership is very dear to each member of NAMA, as it represents woman on a universal scale,making a difference on a challenging topic through the fashion scene and being a global initiative.

    The initiative, which is is a Johnny Dar project, facilitates innovation, communication and collaboration, to help raise funds for refugees worldwide.

    Education For Employment

    Her Highness is the first and only Honorary Patron for Global Women’s Inclusion Initiative. Under Her Highness Sheikha Jawaher bint Mohammed Al Qasimi’s patronage and support, the EFE Global Women’s Inclusion Initiative aims to reach over 10,000 young women across the MENA region by 2020 through EFE’s distinctive skills training and job placement programmes, as well as career pathways and entrepreneurship support.