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UAE sets integrated system for children's care

ABU DHABI, November 21, 2021

The UAE is dealing with children’s issues through an integrated system, at the legislative, educational, cultural and health levels, said a senior government official.

The country aims to guarantee children’s rights, provide them with total care, and enhance awareness of their identity, culture, heritage and social values through this system, Sheikh Theyab bin Mohamed bin Zayed Al Nahyan, Chairman of the Abu Dhabi Crown Prince's Court and the Chairman of the Abu Dhabi Early Childhood Authority (ECA),was quoted as saying by Wam.

In his speech on the occasion of World Children's Day, which is observed annually on November 20, Sheikh Theyab said that the UAE leadership’s attention provided to children shows its interest in the future generations, who will shoulder the responsibility in the future.

The attention attached to them aims to improve and fortify children’s talents, create the appropriate environment to build their personality, prepare them for positive participation in society, and instil values of perseverance, love of science, and excellence.

He emphasised that in the light of its humanitarian approach globally, the UAE is a key supporter of children worldwide, especially in poor societies and regions suffering from crises, wars and epidemics.

Sheikh Theyab drew attention to the importance of the family in the country's role to care for the children.

He explained that family awareness of the importance of childhood is essential for the success of national plans and strategies.




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