Sharjah24: The Kalba Ladies Club and Dibba Al Hisn Ladies Club have uploaded recipes of dishes, both local and international, prepared during Ramadan on their YouTube channels and Instagram accounts (@slcbranches).

The videos offer creative, simple and easy-to-make recipes for Ramadan, which are on the menu of Marasi, the main restaurant of the 10 branches of Sharjah Ladies Club.

The recipes were selected from various cuisines including Indian, Asian, Arabic and Turkish, among others.

Chef Ghada Daoud, Kalba Ladies Club said: “During the holy month of Ramadan, housewives always look for delicious, healthy and easy recipes. Through our YouTube channel and social media accounts, we decided to offer a variety of one-minute recipes that meet the needs of housewives and saves their time.”

Chef Elham Mustapha , Dibba Al Hisn Ladies Club : “The Ramadan menu is unique and must contain a variety of salads and soups, in addition to the main course. Through our recipes, we try to make it easier for our followers to prepare food during Ramadan. We have provided a selection of traditional foods prepared in the Arabian Gulf countries, especially from the UAE, to meet different tastes and also introduce to them the most famous dishes we offer at Marasi restaurant, which can also be home delivered.”

Marasi offers a wide variety of traditional and modern dishes prepared by highly experienced chefs. The restaurant is the perfect venue for meeting friends, hosting business meetings, or celebrating special events.

The Marassi Restaurant at the Sharjah Ladies Club branches offers home delivery and buffet services for all types of corporate and social events. All orders are delivered in special vehicles to ensure that the meals conform to the highest food, health and safety standards.

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Sharjah24: In celebration of the UAE Year of Tolerance, the Al Thameed Ladies Club – a Sharjah Ladies Club Branch (SLCB), organised a Tolerance Festival at the Heritage Village to shed light on the important message of peaceful coexistence, the UAE’s leadership has dedicated the year 2019 to.

The event brought together the community members and all state entities in Al Thameed, Mleiha and Al Madam, to impress upon the core value of tolerance in the success of social and corporate relations.

The festival featured inspirational quotes by the late Sheikh Zayed bin Sultan Al Nahyan, who laid the foundations of the nation on tolerance and coexistence. Artistic shows at the Heritage Village Theatre, in addition to discussion panels to stress upon the importance of tolerance and empathy, and their role as tools of development, were also part of the celebrations.

Shows by Fakhr Al Emarat and Al Harbiya horsemen bands, in addition to ‘Al Zahba Al Emaratiya’ show and a theatrical performance titled ‘Tolerance’, poetry readings, equestrian shows and classical cars exhibition featured among the community engagement activities.

Aisha Al Ketbi, Manager of Al Thameed Ladies Club, said: “The UAE is a global example of tolerance and humanitarianism, reflected in the nation’s vibrant sociocultural fabric made up of over 200 different nationals living and working together. Our leadership has taught us to treat people with utmost dignity, respect and compassion, and the national celebration of the ‘Year of Tolerance’ has given us a wonderful opportunity to launch our first festival based on this noble theme. It has been great to see both public officials and community members to come forward and participate with such enthusiasm.”

“Our founding father, the late Sheikh Zayed, instilled a culture of love and affection, hard work and dedication in the UAE’s citizens and expats alike. He promoted a set of ethics and values, which became the cornerstone of an inclusive system of communal action in our country, serving as one of the core reason’s for the UAE’s success not just economically, but has also positioned it as a thriving multicultural hub both regionally and globally,” she added.

The festival was held in collaboration with the Al Madam Municipality, Mleiha Municipality and students’ Parents Council. It saw participation of all government entities in Al Madam, Al Thameed and Mleiha, in addition to the locale’s families, travelling restaurants and food trucks, which offered an array of hospitality services to the festival visitors.

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SHARJAH: In a bid to promote a sustainable culture of innovation and creativity in the workplace, the Sharjah Ladies Club Branches (SLCB) lauded the achievements of its outstanding employees and departments as well as honoured distinguished employees during their annualeventheldatRixosBabalBahr, in Ras Al Khaimah. Employees were awarded based on 16 categories that includedDistinguishedEmployee’Best talent’, and ‘Best innovative activity, OutstandingsupportemployeeVBest performing department’, ‘Highest sales outlet’ ,`Best Manager’, ‘Best branch’, ‘Best Innovative Idea’, ‘Best Innovative Activity’, ‘Best Costume’, “Bestinteractivebranch’,Sestcompliant employee’ , Best nurse’ ,` Rising star;’ Service excellence’ and ‘Appreciation and praise’ award. 127 employees were honoured for completing 10 years of service at SLCB and the ceremony was attended by Amna Al Shanasi, Manager of SLCB, as well as managers and employees of the 10 branches. Sponsors and partners of SLCB also attended the festivities. Image(s) text: Employees of Sharjah Ladies Club Branches during their annual event held at Rixos Bab al Bahr in Ras Al Khaimah.

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SHARJAH: As part of its efforts to improve the ability of its staff to deal with emergency situations and accidents, Sharjah Ladies Club Branches organised in cooperation with Al Zahra Hospital a training session in all branches to educate them on healthcare and train them to be qualified for dealing with emergency situations including saving injured individuals or reducing the severity of bodily injuries.

The session was held on July 10 and delivered by Dr Khaled Mbaya, PhD in emergency medicine, Al Zahra Hospital.

The main topics included the basic first aid procedures, primary health care, cardiopulmonary resuscitation and artificial respiratory in emergency situations.

The session included a theoretical lesson and a practical exercise that aim to teach participants how to response to emergency situations and learn more about the mission and responsibilities of first aiders including assessing casualty and determining symptoms in order to provide the necessary support while they are waiting for specialised medics or before going to hospital.

Mariam Abdullah Mohammed, Head of Human Resources and Finance, SLCB said, “At the Sharjah Ladies Club Branches, we put the safety and health of our team and club members at top priority.

“ The First Aid course organised for the staff is part of our social responsibility for educating our employees about primary care practices in emergency situations and train them on how to respond to the incidents that may occur at work place. We aim to raise awareness among all society members in the UAE on the importance of first aid procedures.”

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Sharjah 24: As part of its efforts to improve the ability of its staff to deal with emergency situations and accidents, Sharjah Ladies Club Branches organised in cooperation with Al Zahra Hospital a training session in all branches to educate them on healthcare and train them to be qualified for dealing with emergency situations including saving injured individuals or reducing the severity of bodily injuries.

The session was held on 10 July and delivered by Dr.Khaled Mbaya, PhD in emergency medicine, Al Zahra Hospital. The main topics included the basic first aid procedures, primary health care, cardiopulmonary resuscitation and artificial respiratory in emergency situations.

The session included a theoretical lesson and a practical exercise that aim to teach participants how to response to emergency situation and learn more about the mission and responsibilities of first aiders including assessing casualty and determining symptoms in order to provide the necessary support while they are waiting for specialised medics or before going to hospital.

Ms. Mariam Abdullah Mohammed, Head of Human Resources and Finance, SLCB said: “At the Sharjah Ladies Club Branches, we put the safety and health of our team and club members at top priority. The First Aid course organized for the staff is part of our social responsibility for educating our employees about primary care practices in emergency situations and train them on how to respond to the incidents that may occur at work place. We aim to raise awareness among all society members in the UAE on the importance of first aid procedures. ”

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Sharjah24: All of Sharjah Ladies Club Branches (SLCB) came together recently to honour their outstanding employees at an annual gathering organised at the Sharjah Golf and Shooting Club. The event aimed to ignite a spirit of healthy competition and enhancing opportunities that would enable staff to excel in a stimulating work environment.

The event was attended by Amna Al Shanasi, Manager of SLC Branches, branch directors from the eastern and western regions of Sharjah, and employees of the SLC administration and 10 branches, as well as representatives from SLC’s sponsors and partnering organisations.

Sponsored by Air Arabia, Ahmed Al Moghrabi Perfumes and Shiseido Corporation, the annual gathering recognised contributions of outstanding employees, facilities and departments. They were honoured under several categories, which included ‘Outstanding Management’, ‘Outstanding Manager’, ‘Outstanding Department’, ‘Outstanding Facility’, ‘Outstanding Administrative Employee’, ‘Outstanding Technical Employee’, ‘Creativity in Investment’.

Speaking on the occasion, Amna Al Shanasi, said: “Through this gathering we aim to not only show our appreciation to the outstanding team at all SLC Branches, but provide a platform for interaction and exchange between the different branches to elevate the spirit of fellowship and friendship that we consider so important. Today, all your professionalism and dedicated efforts through the year has been recognised, which is key to strengthening our message of celebrating achievement and excellence. We are proud that the SLC Branches staff never fails to deliver quality services that match international standards to our esteemed members.”

Highlighting how this excellence is the guiding factor in providing members with top-quality service, she added: Our goal is to provide an ideal environment equipped comprehensively with entertainment, recreation and learning for girls and women. We seek to offer a variety of activities and events that help women and girls discover and polish their talents in all creative fields.”

She observed that the SLC Management is always keen on recruiting talented, proactive and qualified personnel, and absorb them into an inspiring and enabling environment that helps them excel by reaching their fullest potential in the form of professional and personal growth.

Sharjah Ladies Club is a very unique leisure destination for women in the UAE. Furnished with an array of world-class facilities, SLC offers numerous high-end services, making it one of the best-of-its-kind facilities in the Middle East.

Inspired by the progressive vision of Her Highness Sheikha Jawaher bint Mohammed Al Qasimi, wife of His Highness the Ruler of Sharjah and Chairperson of the Supreme Council for Family Affairs (SCFA), SLC set up 10 branches in the Eastern and Western regions of Sharjah in order to be able to reach out to women and girls in every part of Sharjah with their facilities and amenities. They are located in Khorfakkan, Kalba, Dibba Al Hisn, Wadi Al Helo, Al Thamid, Mleiha, Al Bataeh, Al Hamriya, Al Thamid and Al Madam.

These branches offer a wide array of leisure, sports, social and cultural services that align with SLC’s clear vision of providing a safe and enriching environment for women and children. SLC serves as an elite haven where members meet one another and engage in a variety of activities, which allow them to develop their hobbies and brush up their skills in a manner that fulfills their aspirations.

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SHARJAH: Her Highness Sheikha Jawaher Bint Mohammed Al Qasimi, wife of His Highness the Ruler of Sharjah, President of the Supreme Council for Family Affairs and Chairwoman of Sharjah Ladies Club (SLC), recently visited Al Hamriya branch of SLC.

The visit is part of Sheikha Jawaher’s desire to support women’s institutions operating in the different regions of the Emirate of Sharjah.

During her visit, Sheikha Jawaher Al Qasimi toured the club’s facilities, and inspected the fitness centre, Jouri Beauty Salon and Creative Hobby Centre, all of which have received recent upgrades.

She also met with Amna Al Shanasi, Manager of SLC branches, as well as a number of managers from Al Hamriya’s Club departments.

The representatives discussed with her the advantages added by the upgrade, which was achieved in the framework of the club’s commitment to providing integrated entertainment experiences for women.

Sheikha Jawaher was briefed on the array of programmes and services provided by each SLC branch, of which there are 10 in Sharjah, as well as their future plans to achieve further expansion.

Halima Al Oweis, Manager of SLC Al Hamriya branch, welcomed Sheikha Jawaher and praised her great support to women and children in the emirate, and her numerous initiatives aimed at empowering women and inspiring them to enhance their capabilities in all fields.

“In line with the directives of Her Highness Sheikha Jawaher, we are on a continuous mission to enhance the world-class qualities in our facilities.

“With this in mind, we have recently implemented a series of modernisation projects at the Sharjah Ladies Club – Al Hamriya branch, which includes equipment upgrades, a reimagining of space and the new provision of services.

“We have re-organised staffing arrangements so that SLC team members can deliver services in a safe and distinctive place for women to practice a variety of sports, social and cultural activities,” said Al Shanasi.

Al Hamriya SLC’s development programme has resulted in its training halls being equipped with the latest technology to facilitate courses in information technology, calligraphy, plastic arts, photography and other subjects.

Its fitness centre now offers an improved spatial environment, more advanced equipment, a new aerobic studio and a complement of trained fitness specialists to offer advice and personal training.

Sharjah 24: Her Highness Sheikha Jawaher bint Mohammed Al Qasimi, wife of His Highness the Ruler of Sharjah, Chairperson of the Supreme Council for Family Affairs and Chairperson of Sharjah Ladies Club – SLC, visited Al Hamriya branch of SLC recently. The visit formed part of Her Highness’s desire to support women’s institutions operating in the different regions of the Emirate of Sharjah.
During the visit, Sheikha Jawaher Al Qasimi toured the club’s facilities, inspecting the Fitness Centre, Jouri Beauty Salon and Creative Hobby Centre, all of which have received recent upgrades. Her Highness met with Amna Al Shanasi, Manager of SLC Branches, as well as a number of managers from Al Hamriya’s Club departments. The representatives discussed with Her Highness the qualitative advantages added by the modernisation, which was achieved in the framework of the club’s commitment to providing integrated entertainment experiences for women.

Her Highness was briefed about the array of programmes and services provided by each SLC branch – of which there are 10 in Sharjah – as well as their future plans to achieve further expansion. Halima Al Oweis, Manager of SLC Al Hamriya Branch welcomed Her Highness and praised the great support that she gives to women and children in the emirate, with the numerous launching of initiatives aimed at empowering women and inspiring them to enhance their capabilities in all fields.

Amna Al Shanasi expressed her gratitude to Her Highness for the support that she provides the SLC branches, highlighting her desire to see women progress in all areas of their lives. She drew attention to Her Highness’s interaction with the women of Al Hamriya region, where Her Highness enquired about their needs and discussed with them opportunities and challenges.

“In line with the directives of Her Highness Sheikha Jawaher Bint Mohammed Al Qasimi, we are on a continuous mission to enhance the world-class qualities in our facilities. With this in mind, we have recently implemented a series of modernisation projects at Sharjah Ladies Club – Al Hamriya branch, which includes equipment upgrades, a reimagining of space and the new provision of services. We have reorganised staffing arrangements so that SLC team members can deliver the services in a safe and distinctive place for women to practice a variety of sports, social and cultural activities,” said Al Shanasi.

Al Hamriya SLC’s development programme has resulted in its training halls being equipped with the latest technology to facilitate courses in information technology, calligraphy, plastic arts, photography and other subjects. Its fitness centre now offers an improved spatial environment, more advanced equipment, a new aerobic studio and a complement of trained fitness specialists to offer advice and personal training. With respect to its dining facilities, the branch’s Marassi restaurant has introduced quality updates, including diversification of the menu items offered, a balancing of international and local cuisine and new dishes suitable for specific times of the year, such as Ramadan and Eid.

SLC’s Al Hamriyah branch was established in 1996 as one of the first SLC branches, under the vision of Her Highness Sheikha Jawaher bint Mohammed Al Qasimi, to provide premium social and recreational facilities for women in Sharjah. The branch was inaugurated in conjunction with the opening of Al Dhaid and Khorfakkan branches in the central and eastern regions. As with all branches, Al Hamriya SLC offers a haven for women and girls to engage in a variety of activities, workshops and programmes that enhance their skills and professional capabilities.

Sharjah24: Her Highness Sheikha Jawaher bint Mohammed Al Qasimi, wife of His Highness the Ruler of Sharjah, Chairperson of the Supreme Council for Family Affairs and Chairperson of Sharjah Ladies Club (SLC), has called on Emirati women to take advantage of all opportunities and to enhance their capabilities so that they can be equipped with the skills and attributes that will best benefit the nation.
Her Highness’s comments came as she witnessed the 35th anniversary celebrations of Sharjah Ladies Club, which took place Wednesday at SLC’s Kunooz Events & Catering Hall. The anniversary event sees SLC’s members gather to honour the institution that has grown into one of the most highly regarded clubs dedicated to the health, well-being and advancement of women.

“At SLC we are committed to providing women with every opportunity to further their growth, artistically, intellectually and vocationally. Our efforts are aimed at enabling women to enhance their capacities as important human resources who will underpin the development of society and to be able to do so in an environment that is supportive and creative. We take pride in our endeavours when we see that women’s voices are now listened to, especially in the sports, social and cultural fields, as well as in humanitarian contributions around the world,” said Her Highness Sheikha Jawaher bint Mohammed Al Qasimi.

“This could not have been achieved without the incredible support of His Highness Sheikh Dr. Sultan bin Muhammad Al Qasimi, member of the Supreme Council Ruler of Sharjah. The directives of His Highness have established a platform for women to further their innovation and to realise their ambitions. His Highness’s support to SLC has enabled its members to experience quality teamwork and to be creative in a private place where they can establish businesses and expand into broader horizons, transforming dreams into tangible realities. We therefore convey our sincerest thanks to His Highness for all that he has done and for all that he continues to do,” added Sheikha Jawaher Al Qasimi.

During the anniversary celebrations Her Highness Sheikha Jawaher Al Qasimi witnessed the honouring of SLC’s former management, who hold senior positions in various institutions in the Emirate of Sharjah.

For her part, Khawla Al Serkal, Director General of SLC, welcomed Sheikha Jawaher, saying: “When we mention SLC’s array of achievements, we must commend the unrivalled support of Her Highness Sheikha Jawaher bint Mohammed Al Qasimi, and Sheikha Bodour bint Sultan Al Qasimi, which has led to many developments and upgrades. Today, SLC has 10 branches across Sharjah’s central and eastern regions, all of which provide women with high-end facilities and world-class services.”

“At SLC, we believe that the woman is the fundamental unit of society and this motivates us to launch and implement programmes, training and educational workshops that play a crucial role in reinforcing her capabilities in all aspects of life. We pledge to stand by your side and foster in you the spirit of creativity and excellence, in keeping with the vision of the Emirate of Sharjah to support women and provide them with all the constituents that help them to grow,” she added.

SLC’s anniversary ceremony featured an array of recreational activities and discussion panels. Themed ‘Sharjah Ladies Club… A Creative Platform,’ the first panel highlighted SLC’s achievements over 35 years as a fully integrated environment that represents a platform for women to develop, fulfill their aspirations and enhance their instrumental roles in the community. The panel was moderated by HE Hanan Al Mahmoud, Director of Al Jawaher Reception & Convention Centre and comprised HE Saleha Obaid Ghabbash, Chairperson of the Media and Cultural Office, Badria Al Ali, Director of Lughati and Nada Mohsen, one of SLC’s first members.

Themed ‘Success Is a Journey’, the second discussion panel addressed the saying ‘Success is a Continuous Journey, not a Final Destination.’ The panel was attended by a host of successful international personalities, including; Andrea Zoya, speaker, presenter and speech instructor; Carol Talbot, keynote speaker and neurolinguistics programming expert; Sophie Le Ray, author and entrepreneur and Elissa Freiha, Founder of ‘Women for women empowerment in entrepreneurship in the Middle East.’

Amal Al Naqbi, General Manager of the Khorfakkan Ladies Club Branch, presented her success story, discussing the most important stages of her life at Khorfakkan Club and how it had played an influential role in enhancing her community activities through teaching her skills for better interpersonal engagement.

SLC’s celebration of its three-and-a-half decades of premium facilities and services was held in association with the sponsorship and partnership of a number of institutions, including the Sharjah Enviroment Compnay “Beeah”, Medcare Women and Children Hospital, Faces for Cosmetics and Damas Jewellery and “Karam” cafe.

SHARJAH, 22nd November, 2017 (WAM) — H.H. Sheikha Jawaher bint Mohammed Al Qasimi, Chairperson of the Supreme Council for Family Affairs, Chairperson of Sharjah Ladies Club, SLC, and wife of H.H. the Ruler of Sharjah, has called on Emirati women to take advantage of all opportunities and to enhance their capabilities so that they can be equipped with the skills and attributes that will best benefit the nation.

Sheikha Jawaher’s comments came as she witnessed the 35th anniversary celebrations of Sharjah Ladies Club, which took place on Wednesday. The anniversary event sees SLC’s members gather to honour the institution that has grown into one of the most highly regarded clubs dedicated to the health, well-being and advancement of women.

“At SLC we are committed to providing women with every opportunity to further their growth, artistically, intellectually and vocationally. Our efforts are aimed at enabling women to enhance their capacities as important human resources who will underpin the development of society and to be able to do so in an environment that is supportive and creative. We take pride in our endeavours when we see that women’s voices are now listened to, especially in the sporting, social and cultural fields, as well as in humanitarian contributions around the world,” said Sheikha Jawaher.

“This could not have been achieved without the incredible support of H.H. Dr. Sheikh Sultan bin Mohammed Al Qasimi, Supreme Council Member and Ruler of Sharjah. The directives of His Highness have established a platform for women to further their innovation and to realise their ambitions. His Highness’ support to SLC has enabled its members to experience quality teamwork and to be creative in a private place where they can establish businesses and expand into broader horizons, transforming dreams into tangible realities. We therefore convey our sincerest thanks to His Highness for all that he has done and for all that he continues to do,” she continued.

During the event Sheikha Jawaher Al Qasimi witnessed the honouring of SLC’s former management, who now hold senior positions in various institutions in the Emirate of Sharjah.