ABU DHABI, October 12, 2021 (WAM) – The General Women’s Union (GWU) has launched the “Farm Project” in various penitentiary establishments, in cooperation with the Abu Dhabi police and with the representation of the prison in Abu Dhabi. Al Wathba, Al Mifraq Juvenile Care Center, Abu Dhabi Agriculture and Food Safety Authority (ADAFSA), Al Dahra Agricultural Company and Green Carpet Co ..
The launch of the project aligns with the UAE leadership’s efforts to strengthen the country’s global standing in human rights protection.
The GWU held a press conference to announce the project, which is a platform for environmental and economic communication between inmates, minors, minors and the community, which aims to train target groups on the skills needed to establish their own farms and enable them to become active members of the community.
The project continues the efforts of the “My land and my palms are the secret of my launch and my success” initiative, which planted different types of palms, under the supervision of the Al Mifraq Juvenile Protection Department.
On this occasion, Noura Al Suwaidi, General Secretary of the GWU, underlined the union’s concern to implement the directives SA Sheikha Fatima bint Mubarak, President of the General Women’s Union (GWU), President of the Supreme Council for Maternity and children, President of the Family Development Foundation (FDF) and the “Mother of the Nation”, and to cooperate with strategic partners to embed social responsibility among inmates in correctional facilities.
She also underlined the concern of the GWU to promote, through the project, the importance of agriculture and agricultural culture among all segments of the community, in accordance with the vision of the founding father, the late Sheikh Zayed bin Sultan. Al Nahyan, who created the agricultural renaissance of the UAE, as well as preserving its agricultural heritage and following in its footsteps, promoting sustainable agricultural development and investing in this vital sector.