Sultan bin Ahmed Al Qasimi attends the premiere of the documentary “The Great Heart”

“The Story of the Neighborhood” addresses refugees with an inspiring model

  • Sultan bin Ahmed praised the film's approach to challenges and its focus on self-motivation for learning and knowledge.

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His Highness Sheikh Sultan bin Ahmed bin Sultan Al Qasimi, Deputy Ruler of Sharjah and Humanitarian Envoy of the Big Heart Foundation, affirmed that the efforts made by the Big Heart Foundation, with the support and guidance of the wife of His Highness the Ruler of Sharjah, Her Highness Sheikha Jawaher bint Muhammad Al Qasimi, President of the Big Heart Foundation, is a prominent advocate for children. Refugees at the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees are leading a qualitative shift in the culture of humanitarian work, noting that the organization is proactive in establishing the principles of sustainable projects, and enabling refugees to work and be productive in their host communities.

This came during His Highness' attendance yesterday, the special screening of the first documentary film produced by the "Big Heart" Foundation, entitled "The Story of the Neighborhood". In both host communities and refugee conditions, how to overcome them with knowledge and learning.

His Highness Sheikh Sultan bin Ahmed bin Sultan Al Qasimi indicated that the Foundation has moved the concept of humanitarian work to a new, more effective and important level, through its focus on providing solutions to the social and cultural challenges that accompany asylum, and highlighting the natural rights of refugees to develop talent and thought and contribute to creativity. artistic, literary, and recreational social activities, along with the basic rights of food, housing, education, and health.

He valued the way the film tackled challenges, and focused on self-motivation for learning, knowledge and thought development, in the words of a refugee who had her own distinct experience with asylum, which contributed to conveying the film’s message, including her feelings with ease, calling for more investment in scientific progress, especially in communication and communication technologies to serve The most urgent issues that constitute a humanitarian priority, such as the issues of refugees, displaced persons, the poor and victims of conflicts and crises.

The film deals with the challenges of early marriage for girls, dropping out of education, and the impact of this situation on the future of refugee families and communities in need, as it focuses on the fact that changing the reality of asylum and crossing it towards refugee partnership in work, creativity and production is closely linked to education, knowledge and intellectual development for all in general, and for girls In particular.

The film addresses the refugees through the tongue of its heroine, Asmaa, who tells the story of her asylum from Syria to the Zaatari camp in Jordan. After arriving in the camp, she begins to search for ways to serve the refugees, only to find that the best way to do so is to establish a community framework to which refugee girls belong in order to encourage them. To read and continue studying.

Through her own novel, Asmaa presents an inspiring model for other girls and women, as the film shows her interest in educating and educating girls by visiting parents at home and persuading them to enroll their daughters in education and community education projects, despite her preoccupation with her duties towards her children, her home and her husband.

Sultan bin Ahmed Al Qasimi:

“The Great Heart Foundation has moved the concept of humanitarian work to a new, more influential and important level, through its focus on providing solutions to the social and cultural challenges that accompany asylum.”

Not just a number

His Highness Sheikh Sultan bin Ahmed bin Sultan Al Qasimi, Deputy Ruler of Sharjah, said that the goal of the educational and awareness campaigns led by the Big Heart Foundation is to change the prevailing perception about the status and role of refugees, and through it succeeded in establishing a positive image of them. In each campaign, the Foundation focuses However, the refugee is not just a number, and not just a weak, fragile state that does not initiate or provide anything, and needs those who always give it, but rather they are success stories and stories of will and energies of construction and development.

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