National carrier Oman Air, in partnership with the Oman’s Ministry of Social Development, has made exclusive travel arrangements to assist people with special needs, on low incomes.
Paul Gregorowitsch, Oman Air’s chief
Officials from the Millennium Corniche Abu Dhabi Hotel, a leading five-star property in the UAE capital, visited the Al Noor Centre for Children with Special Needs as part of efforts to raise awareness about developmental disabilities.
Dubai-based Al Noor Training Center for Children with Special Needs’ international ambassador Benedetta Paravia (Princess Bee), has announced the final production of her duet “Emaarat”, which will be the first-ever internationa
Dubai-based Al Noor Training Centre for Children with Special Needs has signed an three-year partnership agreement with Qatar Assistive Technology Center (Mada) to work together to connect people with disabilities with the world of information a
All new buildings in the Muharraq area of Bahrain could soon be forced to ensure they are equipped for people with special needs, a report said.
Councillors have agreed to order commercial and residential establishments to include
Ithmaar Bank, a Bahrain-based Islamic retail bank, recently helped support a local charity that provides recreation and educational facilities to children with special needs.
Established by Bahrain’s Indian Ladies Associatio
Ithmaar Bank, a Bahrain-based Islamic retail bank, once again extended is support to Bahrain Disabled Sports Federation (BDSF), this time by sponsoring the upcoming GCC Wheelchair Basketball Championship.
Bahrain’s leading telecommnications company, Batelco, has introduced a new package designed specifically for its customers with special needs.
The new customised package was recently launched at a special event at the Bahrai
Bahrain’s Education Ministry is planning to extend class hours in secondary schools, to bring them in line with working hours in developed countries.
Schools in developed countries have more than 900 hours of classes per year compared to b
People with special needs could soon open their own businesses in a dedicated shopping complex in the Central Governorate in Bahrain, said a government official.
The move aims to help them support their families as well as integrate them i