Children of UAE’s frontline warriors get full-time scholarships. Childrens will get laptops, tuition and transportation fees under this programme until the students get graduate from high school.
Amidst this, even a piece of small positive news makes a lot of difference in people’s lives. A piece of positive news spreading in UAE. The betterment of the kids of the UAE’s frontline workers. Children of UAE’s frontline warriors get full-time scholarships is great initiative in UAE.
Scholarship programme “Hayyakum” is a programme covers the cost of transportation, tuition and laptops till the time students get to graduate from high school. After this news Frontline workers are celebrating because their children are getting full-time scholarships.
They rejoiced as they saw a video shared by the Frontline Heroes Office, where two healthcare workers credit His Highness Sheikh Mohamed bin Zayed Al Nahyan, the Deputy Supreme Commander of the UAE Armed Forces, Crown Prince of Abu Dhabi and for the much-talked-about programme.
One of the Ambulatory Healthcare Services nurses couldn’t feel more thankful as she said that she couldn’t describe her feelings in words. The frontline workers children who have received a “Hayyakum” scholarship saying thanks to His Highness for the generosity he has shown.
The frontline workers are excited about their children’s safer future as they are getting full-time scholarships. The initiative reflects the His Highness’s noble interest in supporting these heroes of 2020.
One nurse feels that her son is in “safer hands” and is grateful to the UAE government and the UAE leadership for making their lives easier. Nearly 1,850 children of healthcare professionals across the UAE gets scholarships. All these under Sheikh Mohamed bin Zayed’s directives.
Hayyakum is all about providing children of the frontline workers in the UAE with the highest quality education. It is going to heighten financial status and ultimate goal of long-term retention of frontline healthcare professionals. Lowest cases registered in UAE of COVID-19 after 2020