Princess Sabeeka: Bahraini Women’s Day bore good tidings and blessed achievements that made all the people of Bahrain happy

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Princess Sabeeka: Bahraini Women’s Day bore good tidings and blessed achievements that made all the people of Bahrain happy

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Under the patronage of Her Highness, the opening of the “Athar” monument and the announcement of the winners of the “Higher Women’s” awards and initiatives

Her Royal Highness Princess Sabeeka bint Ibrahim Al Khalifa, wife of the King of the country and President of the Supreme Council for Women, may God protect her, included with her generous patronage on Wednesday evening the opening ceremony of the Bahraini Women’s Monument “Athar” within the framework of the country’s celebrations of Bahraini Women’s Day, during which a number of awards and initiatives were handed over the Council.

Her Royal Highness, wife of the country’s great monarch, President of the Supreme Council for Women, delivered a generous speech at the beginning of the celebration, during which she extended her sincere congratulations to His Majesty the great monarch of the country, may God preserve and preserve him, on the advent of the anniversary of Bahraini Women’s Day, which falls this year, with good tidings and blessed achievements that made her happy. All Bahrainis, through which women recorded an advanced position, brilliant performance, and remarkable presence in the highest leadership positions.

Her Highness said, “This is not surprising for Bahraini women, whom we have witnessed and are witnessing to the most noble patriotic stances throughout history until the present day, whether through their role in caring for their families, or in serving their country from every work site, or through their noble voluntary contributions to meet the needs of its community

Her Highness continued: “Our presence with you today to inaugurate this edifice, which we register in the name of Bahraini women, is a blessed meeting in your presence, and we are confident that each of you has a special and distinguished contribution in the scope of his work and responsibilities, and he works hard to exert more effort and provide the best for the future of our promising generations,” adding It is a good opportunity, in which we extend our sincere thanks and deep gratitude to all institutions and personalities keen to support the work of the Supreme Council for Women, whose contributions and interests we are proud of, and we are pleased to see the impact of this on the life of Bahraini women in all stages of their giving.”

Her Highness conveyed congratulations and blessings to all the winners in this celebration, which illustrates the summary of their experiences that their commitment to their message is the way to achieve the desired goal, and that the path of excellence always begins with a step and sincere determination. Praying to the Almighty God to perpetuate success for all that they seek of goodness and benefit.

Her Highness also directed the United Nations Women, with her great appreciation for their interest and support for Bahrain’s efforts in the field of women’s advancement, stressing keenness to continue cooperation to achieve common goals to serve women everywhere.

At the conclusion of Her Highness’ speech, she blessed the relentless endeavor of everyone who worked hard to implement this project, which began five years ago as an idea, and today has turned into a national edifice with the hands of youth, in honor of the efforts of the dear women of the country, wishing everyone continued success.

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For her part, Dr. Sima Bohuth, Under-Secretary-General of the United Nations, Executive Director of the United Nations Women’s Commission, and Chair of the International Arbitration Committee for the Princess Sabeeka bint Ibrahim Al Khalifa International Award for Women’s Empowerment, expressed her happiness at standing on the land of the prosperous Kingdom of Bahrain, extending her thanks and appreciation to His Majesty King Hamad bin Isa Al Khalifa, the great King of the Kingdom of Bahrain, may God protect and preserve him, for all the progress and elevation achieved for Bahraini women. Research confirmed that since His Majesty assumed the throne in 1999, women in this kingdom have witnessed qualitative leaps, and their success story today has become a source of inspiration for many countries in the region. Her Royal Highness, Princess Sabeeka bint Ibrahim Al Khalifa, wife of the great King of the Kingdom of Bahrain, may God preserve her, who has followed this important file and studied all its details to reach today the progress and success we see.

Bohuth commended the strong and growing partnership between the Kingdom of Bahrain and the United Nations and its specialized organs and agencies, especially the United Nations Women’s Organization, based on the approaches and visions drawn by the wise leadership in the Kingdom of Bahrain that support and empower women. Noting that Bahrain has always been a strong supporter and a prominent partner in achieving progress towards achieving the 2030 Sustainable Development Goals as an ambitious and comprehensive agenda for global development, especially Goal 5 on the empowerment of women, which is an international priority and an important tributary for eliminating all forms of discrimination.

In a related context, Bohuth praised the great turnout for the second edition of the International Award for Empowerment of Women, especially since the participation rate increased by approximately 31.4% compared to the first edition, which confirms the success of the award as an important platform for attracting distinguished and influential initiatives at all levels by Female competencies around the world and highlight inspiring success stories.

Al-Ansari: A special stamp for Bahraini Women’s Day this year

In addition, Hala Al-Ansari, Secretary-General of the Supreme Council for Women, affirmed that Her Royal Highness Princess Sabeeka bint Ibrahim Al Khalifa, wife of the King, President of the Supreme Council for Women, may God protect her, has worked since the establishment of the Supreme Council for Women nearly 21 years ago to ensure that women are dealt with in national affairs as full citizens. Eligibility enjoys the same constitutional rights and duties.

She pointed out that the Bahraini Women’s Day this year bears its own character, given the impressive achievements and successes of Bahraini women, which are surrounded by political sponsorship. Women can only be accepted alongside men in the process of national construction, noting that one of the most prominent of these recent achievements is the remarkable participation. Bahraini women in parliamentary and municipal elections, where the percentage of women in the Parliament reached 20%, compared to 10% in municipal councils. Women also maintained their participation rate as voters, which was set at 48%, in addition to the appointment of ten women in the Shura Council at a rate of 25%, bringing their total presence in the total legislative authority to 23%, and the registration of women in an unprecedented presence in the esteemed government by appointment Five female ministers, as part of her formation issued a few days ago, at a rate of up to 22% of the total ministerial formation.

In this context, she noted that what Bahraini women have achieved to enhance their role in decision-making positions did not, in any way, depend on the compulsory or optional “quota” policy, but rather with a natural gradual progression consistent with the development of their early presence in the development process, and with popular conviction. And political, united by the will of “positive change” towards fair and equal participation between men and women.

Al-Ansari reviewed some developments in the private sector with regard to developing supportive policies to enhance the presence of women in it, including about taking into account the representation of women on the boards of directors of public joint-stock companies, and the obligation to disclose membership statistics by gender, and for the work environment to be an environment that fosters gender balance, and takes into account the principles of Justice when providing job and training opportunities, in a manner that ensures the preservation of the acquired experiences, without caring for family responsibilities affecting career progression.

In this context, Al-Ansari also referred to the issuance of decisions to form supervisory committees for equal opportunities at the level of vital and promising sectors in the private sector, including the financial and banking sector, oil and gas, higher education, and the medical sector, to activate gender balance policies, monitor their proper implementation, and measure their direct benefit to the public. the performance of these institutions. All of these sectors have significant contributions to the national economy, and maximizing the participation of women in their institutions and supporting their presence is a matter of great priority.

The Secretary-General of the Supreme Council for Women affirmed that the participants in the awards have surpassed the numerical competition, to move to a new stage characterized by creativity, innovation, flexibility, and global character, to make the desired difference in terms of integrating the needs of women in development. The award should be commensurate with the effort exerted, and congratulations were given to all the winners.

Inauguration of “Athar” monument

During the ceremony, the Bahraini Women’s Monument “Athar” was inaugurated, whose importance is embodied in its symbolism that celebrates the giving of Bahraini women and their national contributions and stances throughout history and is linked to the renaissance of modern Bahrain. And the present, in order to inspire and motivate the generations of tomorrow to follow in the footsteps of those who preceded it, and to build on what has been achieved to preserve that biography and the march with its rich cultural and civilizational stock of lessons and lessons.

The geometry of the model focuses on four basic aspects, the first of which is the “sea” due to its close association with the professions and lifestyle of Bahraini society historically, where Bahraini women had a remarkable role in managing family and community affairs when men went out on fishing and pearl trips, and the second is “woman” as a human being and what it symbolizes Giving and multiple roles as a mother and educator for generations, and the third is the woman as a worthy “partner” in the national construction for the sake of the elevation of society and the sustainability of its renaissance and progress. Finally, the project presents itself as an engineering design, taking into account aspects of modernity and preserving the environment, and with a youthful vision that is inspired by the achievements of the pioneers and looks to the future with confidence for more bids.

Announcing the winners of the Princess Sabeeka bint Ibrahim Al Khalifa International Award for Women Empowerment

During the ceremony, the names of the winners of the Princess Sabeeka bint Ibrahim Al Khalifa International Award for Empowerment of Women were announced. The Office of the Public Defense Attorney in the Federative Republic of Brazil won, which adopted a national program to confront domestic violence by expanding women’s assistance units in the Brazilian state of Bahia to provide emergency protection and empower them economically and socially.

In the category of the private sector, the international company “De Olivet” from the Republic of Nigeria, which works on innovations in the field of clean energy, to zero waste resulting from the use of firewood as an energy source in rural neighborhoods, to raise the quality of life for women and families, won.

In the civil society category, the “Rukungiri Foundation for the Integrated Development of Women” from the Republic of Uganda won, a women’s organization working to promote the rights and well-being of women and girls exposed to poverty and domestic violence.

In the category of individuals, Mrs. Nawal Sayed Mostafa Attia from the Arab Republic of Egypt won. She is an activist with a long history in the field of the rights of women prisoners and their children. She seeks through her journalistic pen and individual contributions to improve their social and economic conditions.

Winners of the Princess Sabeeka Bint Ibrahim Al Khalifa Award for the Advancement of Bahraini Women

The ceremony also featured the winners of the Princess Sabeeka bint Ibrahim Al Khalifa Award for the Advancement of Bahraini Women in its seventh session. The Ministry of Health won the public sector category “Ministries and Official Bodies”, and the “Official Institutions” Labor Fund “Tamkeen”, also in the public sector category. As for the private sector, the Bahrain Petroleum Company “Bapco” won in the “large companies” category, and the Bahrain Mumtalakat Holding Company won in the “medium companies” category, and “Bahrain Exports” won in the “small companies” category. Bahraini diabetes, and in the category of individuals won Dr. Amal Abdul Rahman Al-Jowder.

And the winners of the “Imtiyaz” award for the young Bahraini entrepreneur

Also during the celebration, the names of the winners of the “Excellence for the Young Bahraini Entrepreneur” award in its fourth session were announced. Sarah Moamen Al-Rifi, who established a specialized center to provide surgical and therapeutic services and early diagnosis of breast cancer inside and outside Bahrain, and Maryam Abdul Rahman Al-Mansoori, owner of the first factory in the Kingdom of Bahrain to manufacture innovative plant products, and Dr. Mai Ibrahim Matar, who established an electronic platform that provides high-quality diagnostic services for the analysis and diagnosis of remote radiology, and Hessa Falah Al-Binfalah, who established an engineering project for interior designs run by a Bahraini female cadre whose designs are inspired by Bahraini architecture, and Lulwa Abdulrahman Al-Mannai, who established a Bahraini brand to manufacture bags using leather. natural.

Her Royal Highness, the wife of the country’s monarch, President of the Supreme Council for Women, may God protect her, kindly took group photos with the winners, and with the supporters of the “Athar” monument.

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