SEC issues resolution to form Children Care Committee for those deprived of social welfare

Tue 14-08-2018 20:12 PM

SHARJAH, 14th August, 2018 (WAM) — The Sharjah Executive Council, SEC, has issued Resolution No. 25 for 2018 on the formation of the Sharjah Children Care Committee for those deprived of social welfare in the emirate, headed by Judge Salim Matar Al Hosani, Chairman of the Sharjah Federal Sharia Court, and a number of members.

The resolution also states that members of the board shall serve for a term of three years, renewable one time or several times starting from the first meeting and the council shall continue to conduct its business at the end of its term until the appointment of a new council. It may also re-appoint members from the expiration of their term of office.

It also adopted a number of proposals on some government services provided by the Sharjah Foundation for the Sharjah Establishment for Al Quran Al Kareem and Al Sunnah Al Nabawiyyah.

The resolutions were taken during the council’s meeting under the chairmanship of H.H. Sheikh Abdullah bin Salem Al Qasimi, Deputy Ruler of Sharjah and Deputy Chairman of the SEC, on Tuesday, at the Ruler’s Office in Sharjah.

The council reviewed a number of issues on its agenda concerning the emirate’s various affairs and issued a number of resolutions that would achieve the vision of Sharjah in providing the best services to citizens and residents in its various cities and regions.

The council adopted the Memorandum of Understanding, MoU, signed by the Department of Economic Development and Al Qasimia University. The memorandum comes within the framework of constructive cooperation between the different institutions in the emirate of Sharjah, benefiting from the expertise and capabilities available to both parties and supporting the strengthening of the strategic partnership between them.

The council was informed about a report on the facilities affected by the removal decision in the areas of Al Shuwaihean and Al Marija “Project of the Heart of Sharjah.” Sultan Abdullah bin Hadda Al Suwaidi, Chairman of the Sharjah Economic Development Department, reviewed the figures and statistics recorded by the department in the two regions for the establishments affected by the removal decision.

WAM/Tariq alfaham


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