Parenting magazine in Arabic launched
Amman, October 22, 2007
On the occasion of its first anniversary, Family Flavours parenting magazine has announced the launch of its Arabic version, 'Nakhat 'Ailiyeh'.
Nakhat 'Ailiyeh is committed to providing parents, caregivers, families and children with information to support them to grow and develop in a happy, loving and healthy environment, said a statement.
Through the tips and facts presented, this magazine also offers insight into the culture, traditions and religion of the Middle East.
In this monthly publication, top experts in the field of child development and parenting share tips and facts about health, diet, exercise, children and food.
The magazine tackles the different stages of life from inception, to birth and up to 12 years of age for children, it said.
'This magazine is a short-cut, it is a platform where experts in all fields of child development and parenting in the Middle East come together and give tips, advice, and guidance,' said Ayman Jumean, a father of five and founding partner. –TradeArabia News Service
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