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Africa is representing Chad envoy first time in World EXPO 2020 Dubai.

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EXPO 2020 Dubai Chadian pavilion to lead guests through the country’s different cultures. Chad Envoy first time represented by Africa.

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It will be first time Africa representing Chad Envoy first time in EXPO 2020 Dubai. Visitors will enjoy the culture represented by African executives in EXPO. The ambassador of the Republic of Chad said it is the first time we are representing something in the UAE. Zacharia Idriss Déby began the Chad Pavilion at Expo 2020 Dubai on Friday.

Zacharia Idriss Deby:

He said, “I would like to appreciate Reem Al Hashimy, Minister of State for International Cooperation & Director-General, Expo 2020 Dubai, for making this happen.” The Chad Pavilion at Expo 2020 Dubai is in the Opportunity District. The theme is ‘The Chad We Want’. It will take guests on tour through the country’s various cultures. This includes its oral history and theatre culture, nature, investment opportunities in various sectors, including renewable energy. It’s potential to become an emerging country by 2030.

The Chadian ambassador:

Signed the guest book and got a special stamp in his Expo 2020 Dubai passport to document his journey into the pavilion. The ambassador said, “What excites us most is the main subtheme of Opportunity. It’s a place for us to get the Opportunity to meet with other nations and switch views but also to showcase our tradition and our history. So Chad must be part of this dialogue. I know we will help.” Déby said the Chadian pavilion wishes to capitalise on the Opportunity that lies ahead.

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“The society has many difficulties, and we need to compare solutions humanly. We want to welcome our diversity while coming together as one.” Also read about UAE pioneer of food waste management.

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Parental efforts to boost UAE sports clubs

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Sports clubs are seeing an increase in enrolment in the UAE

Despite a return to online education, sports clubs are seeing an increase in enrolment in the UAE. As parents seek to keep their children active through distance learning. Distance learning is now available at government schools and universities in the UAE.

Until January 21 Private schools in Abu Dhabi are also switching to remote learning while Dubai schools provide in-person lessons while some also offer online classes.

Covid-19 safety measures are currently preventing Dubai schools from offering PE lessons to students in person. Sebastian Bates, the head of a martial arts academy in Dubai for children ages 4 to 12. Estimated close to 200 students enrolled at his academy this month.

We’ve seen a huge uptake of parents wishing to enroll their children into our program. When the students are studying at home, said Mr. Bates. “I would say we got about a 20% rise in parents wanting to sign up their children.” The academy has about 1,000 children enrolled, he said.

ALSO READ: New anti-bullying campaign for childrens

Despite a large class size and two instructors per class, Warrior Academy now practices stringent safety measures, said Mr Bates. “We also sanitize and clean the academy daily.

However, As part of our social distancing, we’ve increased that from one meter to two and a half meters, noting the guidelines are one meter.

Richard Dwyer, the founder of Flair Gymnastics Dubai, has also noticed a January boost: “We have seen an increase in inquiries and new families joining our academy,” he told INSIDER.

Since August 2021, Flair Gymnastics has been operating in Dubai and we have graduated from zero to over 300 students in our first term.

We are receiving 10 to 15 inquiries every day,” Dwyer says. “Our sanitization procedure has been strengthened quite substantially, and our staff has been extensively trained.”

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New anti-bullying campaign for childrens

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Verbal abuse in childrens

In response to calls for educators to stamp out verbal abuse in childrens. The Ministry of Education has begun instructing schools to select teachers across five subject areas – math, health sciences, Arabic language, moral education, and music. To implement anti-bullying messages into lessons.

Teachers provide examples that show how verbal bullying is unacceptable to children through each subject. For example, an Arabic teacher might ask students to write about a bullied child.

A health science teacher might ask them to crumple up a heart of the red paper. See if it can ever be flat again.

ALSO READ: 2022 Zayed Sustainability Prize winners will get millions

It aims to promote positive behavior among childrens

Children will be encouraged to behave positively through this program and provide teachers with examples for activities. However, They can use to help students understand verbal bullying and what it causes to others.

The decision came after the Ministry of Education prepared a guidebook on the topic and distributed it to schools across the UAE.

Moreover, The guidebook provides instructions as to how teachers can use the guidebook. In order to teach children about bullying and how it will affect others.

As a maths teacher at a private school in Ras Al Khaimah, Walaa Musatafa has witnessed much verbal bullying. Moreover, In his 11-year career as a teacher, Walaa Musatafa has experienced a great deal of verbal bullying.

The guide outlines strategies that teach employers, teachers, guardians and students how to effectively handle verbal bullying incidents. “The guide was a very important move and it’s imperative we follow it,” she said.

Jordanian Jumana Yousif, 35, said: “I hope parents will be involved in this initiative since children mirror their parents’ behaviour”Her daughter, in grade four, was bullied at Sharjah school for being hyperactive and fidgeting a lot. Above all, Ms Yousif said she dealt with it properly by telling me all about it; however, other children may suffer in silence.

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2022 Zayed Sustainability Prize winners will get millions

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2022 Zayed Sustainability Prize include a social enterprise

The winners of this year’s 2022 Zayed Sustainability Prize include a social enterprise. That provides females with early access to breast cancer diagnosis and treatment. As well as a project that sells excess solar power to the grid.

There were 30 finalists competing in five categories – health, food, water, energy, and global high schools – for the Zayed Sustainability Prize 2022. Moreover, Total 10 winners have announced at Expo 2020 Dubai on Monday, the first day of Abu Dhabi Sustainability Week.

However, The three winners in the health, food, energy, and water categories will receive a prize of $600,000 (Dh 2.2 million).

The six winners in the global high school category will receive a prize of $100,000 each. The $3 million annual prize, launched in 2008. It supports sustainable projects that are environmentally friendly.

Our team shares our commitment to creating change and do not fear change, said Camila de Pamphilis, CEO  “Women are at the heart of our solution We know each one of them has a unique story. Above all, Every one of our team members shares the values and culture required to achieve our goals We don’t fear change, we make it happen.”

ALSO READ: City-wide endurance challenge in Dubai

The 2022 Zayed sustainability prize would make Mamotest

Before the ceremony, she said securing the prize would make Mamotest. One of the few social impact organizations in the world that can scale exponentially.

However, “It would position us at the center of attention, giving investors, partners, and allies an incentive to work with us to solve that difficult, but not impossible challenge,” she added.

This SME developed a solar conduction dryer. Moreover,  A way to process food without preservatives while reducing carbon dioxide emissions by 300,000 tons each year.

Dr Vaibhav Tidke, Chief Executive Officer of S4S Technologies and UN Environment Leadership Awardee. Invented and patented the solar conduction dryer.

SOLshare was founded by Dr Sebastian Groh, its managing director, in 2014, after having previously advised on energy systems.

Inspired by Bangladesh’s solar home systems programme. The largest in the world, SOLshare connected and empowered nearly 2,000 households and micro-businesses.

Benefitting about 10,000 people, 60% of whom are women and children, and 500 entrepreneurs, 25% of whom are women.

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