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Princess Ghada: Saudi women live three centuries of prosperity

Princess Ghada: Saudi women live three centuries of prosperity

On the sidelines of the Women’s Empowerment Conference, organized by Sawahl Al Jazeera Media Company, under the generous patronage of Her Royal Highness Princess Noura bint Muhammad Al Saud; The wife of the governor of the Riyadh region; Princess Ghada bint Abdullah Al Saud confirmed; Head of the news follow-up unit at Al-Ekhbariya channel said that the Kingdom is now living three centuries of prosperity.

She noted that this prosperity started from the beginning of the first Saudi state where the Saudi women occupied the highest positions; Besides being a mother and bond for a man.

The young princess added; that in this prosperous era; the era of King Salman bin Abdulaziz; Women assumed a higher position; In light of Vision 2030; Where it enabled women to enter the highest universities; In specializations, women were not allowed to enter the race.

It is noteworthy that the conference was launched under the auspices of many companies aimed at supporting the Kingdom’s vision 2030 and empowering women in Saudi society, namely: “Ministry of Communications and Information Technology, Ministry of Transport and Logistics, Saudi Airlines, Unicharm Gulf Health Industries Ltd., and Amanco; In addition to Qoyod Company, the golden sponsor of the conference

As for the partners participating in the conference, they are Taaroufou Center for Family Counseling, the office of the lawyer Rehab Al-Rahimi Advocates and Legal Consultants, Kayan Company, and Interval Company.

The list of knowledge partners for the conference included: the Ministry of Health, the Ministry of Human Resources and Social Development, the Lawyers’ Committee in Riyadh and the Institute of Public Administration.

During the conference, several Saudi women were honored; In appreciation of their efforts and achievements in public work, it included the most prominent successful models of Saudi women in various fields.

Her Royal Highness Princess Mishael bint Muqrin bin Abdulaziz Al Saud, and Honorary President of Prince Muqrin bin Abdulaziz University in Madinah.- Her Royal Highness Princess Sarah bint Khalid bin Musaed bin Abdulaziz Al Saud.

Her Royal Highness Princess Sarah bint Muhammad bin Saud Al Saud; Active in charitable work.

Her Highness Princess Jawaher bint Abdullah bin Muhammad Al Saud; Active in charitable work.

Her Highness Princess Shaha bint Abdul Mohsen Al Saud; Active in charitable work.

  • Her Excellency Prof. Noura bint Abdulrahman Al-Yousef; Chairperson of the Board of Directors of the Saudi Economic Association.

A faculty member at King Saud University, and a member of the Shura Council (former).

Her Excellency Dr. Maram Al-Harbi; Director-General of the General Department for Protection from Domestic Violence and Child Protection.

Her Excellency Dr. Kholoud Al-Dakhil; Member of the Board of Directors of the Chamber of Commerce and Industry in Riyadh.

Her Excellency Dr. Suzan Al Yahya; Director of the Royal Institute of Traditional Arts in Saudi Arabia.

Her Excellency Dr. Basma Al-Buhairan; Executive Director of the Events Management Sector and the Business Development Sector.

Her Excellency Dr. Naglaa Al-Nabhan; Adviser to the Undersecretary of Education for Research and Innovation.

Her Excellency Dr. Dhafira Al-Qahtani; Saudi novelist.

Her Excellency Dr. Awatef Al-Otaibi; Intellectual security consultant and arbitrator.

  • Ms. Maysam Tamim; Assistant Resident Representative for the United Nations Development Programme.
  • Her Excellency Mrs. Madawi El-Baz; Fine artist.
  • Her Excellency Mrs. Basma Al-Maiman; Director of the Regional Department for the Middle East at the World Tourism Organization.

Ms. Maha Al-Wabel; Opinion writer for Al-Riyadh newspaper and Al-Youm.

  • Ms. Nada Al Bawardi; Bunyan Charitable Association for Housing and Development Foundation.

Her Excellency Ms. Aisha Al-Kahmous; Social Entrepreneur.

  • Ms. Lulwa Al-Hamoud; Fine artist.
  • Ms. Mai Al-Sugair; Head of the Institutional Development Department at Sultan Bin Abdulaziz City for Humanitarian Services.

Her Excellency Dr. Ibtisam Badris; Saudi physicist.

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