“Abu Dhabi Hunting and Equestrian 2022” .. a leading platform to introduce national companies
A new range of products inspired by the idea and colors of a fabric that Emirati women have inherited from their mothers and grandmothers.
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Amid a large crowd, the International Hunting and Equestrian Exhibition concludes its 19th edition, this evening, at the Abu Dhabi National Exhibition Center.
The exhibition, which is organized by the Emirates Falconers Club, under the patronage of His Highness Sheikh Hamdan bin Zayed Al Nahyan, representative of the ruler in the Al Dhafra region and President of the Emirates Falconers Club, is witnessing a prominent presence of national companies that competed with international companies in displaying their products in various fields, most notably the “Al Ghadeer Emirati Crafts” project. One of the pioneering projects of the Emirates Red Crescent Authority, and it is under the patronage of Her Highness Sheikha Shamsa bint Hamdan Al Nahyan, Assistant to the President of the Emirates Red Crescent for Women’s Affairs.
The project aims to empower creative women in the field of Emirati crafts and heritage.
The project's pavilion drew the attention of visitors with its design inspired by the Emirati environment, drawing inspiration from the Liwa hills with their bright golden sands and meanders that resemble a painting.
This year's "Al Ghadeer" pavilion focused on displaying a new range of products titled "Rabdan", and its idea and colors were inspired by the Liwa hills and the heritage Sadu fabric that Emirati women inherited from their mothers and grandmothers.
The "Sailors" pavilion in the exhibition also displays a distinguished collection of sea clothes that were inspired by the Emirati Rahma Fadel Khadem Al Muhairbi, the owner of the project, from the national identity of the state and the close relationship that binds the people of the Emirates to the sea, especially since most of the Emirates overlook the coast, after noticing the absence of this type. of products, and that all that is offered in the market are international products.
In the field of food industries, the Nawader Food Industries Company and Factory will participate in the exhibition as an opportunity to promote its products, according to Abdul Ghaffar Al Balushi, from the company, and among these products are stuffed dates, dried fruits and others.
Al Bawadi Company, an Emirati institution specialized in supplying and trading supplies for trips, camping and ovens, is also participating.
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