Under the generous patronage of the Governor of Hadhramaut Governorate, Mr. Mabkhout Mubarak bin Madi, in a joyful morning and joyful celebration on the occasion of the 20th anniversary of the founding of the Al-Atoum Association for the Care and Rehabilitation of the Physically Handicapped in the city of Mukalla; The Social Fund for Development, Mukalla Branch, participated in the activities of this joyful day, represented by Ms. Mona Ahmed Al-Amoudi, Training and Institutional Support Officer. This is against their efforts to train and qualify the training cadres of the association over the past years.
The celebration was inaugurated by Mr. Humaid Al Shamsi, representative of the Emirates Red Crescent Authority, together with Mr. Ahmed Salem Badros, Director of the Office of the Ministry of Social Affairs and Labor, who started the ceremony by opening a special market exhibition . for productive families to market their products, including accessories, ceramic and craft works, local industries, incense and perfume works, and others. Encourage them to continue implementing such projects that protect families from poverty and create their own source of income.
The paragraphs of the ceremony were also diverse, and included in their content a set of goals that explained the process of education in the Al-Ambuh Association for the Care and Rehabilitation of the Physically Handicapped in Mukalla, whose journey extended over twenty years of giving in science and education and graduation of many cognitive talents, in addition to presenting a group of reports and stories of success and struggle. For some people with disabilities of high determination.
Finally, all contributors to the life of the association for twenty years were honored, including the Social Fund for Development, Mukalla Branch, which has always paid attention to the disabled category by implementing training courses in the various counties that are subject to the interventions of the Social Fund for Development, Mukalla Branch (Hadhramaut, Al-Mahra, Shabwa and Socotra).