UAE-based Al Noor Training Centre has launched the Child Sponsorship Programme, which will contribute towards making of a life of a special needs child.
A special needs child is any child who might need some extra assistance emoti
A five-point policy plan to address the immediate needs of the energy impoverished and longer term energy needs from global growth, citing valuable lessons learned from three major Asia-Pacfic Economic Coopeartion (Apec) nations was highlighted
The Al Noor Training Centre for Children with Special Needs has deployed a new campus-wide wifi network aimed at connecting teachers and students with the centre’s digital learning platforms.
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Al Noor Training Centre for Children with Special Needs has raised Dh630,000 ($171,517) at the 2014 edition of Al Noor-Samsung Hope for Children Family Fun Fair.
The event, which was held recently at the Al Noo
Abu Dhabi-based ALHOSN University hosted a public lecture on special needs education, in collaboration with the Khalifa Award for Education.
The lecture, entitled ‘Special Needs Teaching Difficulties’ was held at the u
Measures to facilitate the accessibility of destinations such as Jordan and the Mena region for special needs travellers were discussed at a key forum recently.
The inaugural Mena-Enat (Euro-Arab) Forum- Expo was held at Doubletre
Qatar Petrochemical Company (Qapco), a leading regional petrochemical powerhouse, has pledged support to a seminar aimed at uniting and empowering people with special needs.
The second edition of the Symposium will take place in W
Saudi Oil Minister Ali Al Naimi said oil markets were well-supplied and the world would continue to have enough fuel for its needs.
US crude hit a new record of $112.21 on Wednesday, but Naimi said high prices were unrelated to supply and
Bahrain's water and power needs will double by 2020, an expert said yesterday on the first day of a major event on project finance.
International Power Mena region chief executive Dr Ranald Spiers was speaking at the Meed 10th Middle East