Headed by His Excellency Mubarak Saeed Al Shamsi, Chairman of Dar Zayed for Family Care held its first meeting for the year 2020, which was held remotely, through visual communication technology, in order to follow the progress of the plans, projects and services provided by .
Initially, the Chairman thanked the rational leadership for the high confidence and permanent support of Dar Zayed from His Highness Sheikh Khalifa bin Zayed Al Nahyan, President of the State - may God protect him - and his brother, His Highness Sheikh Mohammed bin Zayed Al Nahyan, Crown Prince of Abu Dhabi, and the commitment of Dar Zayed towards its children And partners to harness all efforts to achieve the goals of government.
The Chairman also thanked His Excellency Saif Al-Muhairi, previous Chairman and all previous members of the Board of Directors for all the achievements made and for the management and employees of Dar Zayed for their role in supporting the continuity of providing services to the children of Al Dar and the continuity of daily work efficiently and their keenness to implement the precautionary measures to prevent the Corona pandemic.
The meeting was attended by members of the Board of Directors, His Excellency Dr. Fahd Matar Al Niyadi, His Excellency Brigadier Ahmed Masoud Al Mazroui, His Excellency Hilal Khamis Al Muraikhi, His Excellency Lubna Ali Al Shamsi and His Excellency Hamad Nakhirat Al Ameri, Director General of Dar Zayed for Family Care.
The board members discussed a number of topics on the meeting's agenda, including the workflow mechanism under the exceptional circumstances (Corona pandemic), plans to raise the academic level of children through distance learning and plans to empower educational staff working in the field of family care to obtain accredited certificates In their fields, in addition to seeing the completion of the first quarter of 2020.
The Plan’s 2020 operational plan was also discussed, which included various social, educational and cultural programs and services, where the administrative and financial report was presented and a discussion of Dar’s activities and agenda for the second quarter, and many awareness programs for community members that aim to increase awareness and knowledge of the family care lost.
The Council affirmed the necessity of concluding strategic agreements and partnerships with governmental and private institutions, in accordance with the guidance of our rational leadership in positivity and contentment and building human resource capabilities within the framework of societal partnerships and working to increase communication frameworks between state institutions.