The Umm Al Quwain Businesswomen’s Council signed a Memorandum of Understanding with the Emirates Canadian University at the Chamber’s headquarters yesterday, in the framework of enhancing partnership, exchange of experiences between the two sides, providing programs to boost performance and provide high quality services development of women

The Memorandum of Understanding was signed by HE Aisha Rashid Laitim, Chairperson of Umm Al Quwain Businesswomen Council, and Dr. Galal Hatem, President of the Emirates Canadian University.

The signing ceremony was attended by Issa Abdulrahman Ateeq, Sultan Humaid Abdullah, Board Member of Umm Al Quwain Chamber of Commerce and Industry, Abdullah Khamis Al Suwaidi Acting Director General of the Chamber, Muza Hatem Al Shamsi, Vice President of Umm Al Quwain Businesswomen Council, and Administrative Staff.
HE Aisha Rashid Laitim said that the signing of this Memorandum comes within the framework of the Council’s keenness to benefit from the scientific and academic experiences of the College. As part of the Board’s keenness to translate the wise guidance of Sheikha Sumaya Bint Saqr Al Qassimi, His Highness the Ruler of Umm Al Quwain, Honorary President of the Umm Al Quwain Business Women Council stressed the importance of coordination and cooperation with bodies, bodies and institutions that contribute to the development of women’s economic work and supports their direct contribution to the national economy by encouraging entrepreneurship and entrepreneurship.

The signing of the memorandum of understanding aims at cooperating in the design and implementation of various programs and events related to the sustainable development of women, entrepreneurs and all segments of society, as well as cooperation in holding local and international social conferences and seminars.

Dr. Galal Hatem, the President of the University, welcomed the signing of the memorandum of understanding, noting that the memorandum includes broad areas, aimed at enhancing joint cooperation between the two sides.

He explained that the Emirates Canadian University will offer free training courses and discounts up to 50% for new students from the Umm Al Quwain Chamber of Commerce and Industry and Umm Al Quwain Businesswomen’s Council and its employees

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