Ras Al Khaimah government supports nurseries affected by "Covid-19"

Financial support contributes to helping nurseries continue their work and growth.

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The Ras Al Khaimah government announced the provision of financial support to a number of private nurseries that temporarily closed their doors, affected by the repercussions of the “Covid-19” pandemic, in implementation of the directives of His Highness Sheikh Saud bin Saqr Al Qasimi, Member of the Supreme Council and Ruler of Ras Al Khaimah, and in line with his vision of preserving the system Integrated, flexible, high quality educational.

The government of the emirate provided support to all private nurseries that initiated the application and met its conditions, and most of them were able to reopen their doors to children, with their full commitment to implementing the preventive and precautionary measures issued by the Ministry of Health and Community Protection.

This support for nurseries is part of several initiatives launched by the emirate's government to ensure business continuity in all sectors and support companies and various institutions that have been affected by the repercussions of "Covid-19".

The Secretary-General of the Executive Council of the Emirate of Ras Al Khaimah, Dr. Muhammad Abdul Latif Khalifa, said that studies show that early childhood education not only increases opportunities for future generations, but also enhances women's contribution and presence as an essential part of work teams in various fields. The importance of the initiative for the long-term development process in the emirate, stressing that the financial support provided by the government of Ras Al Khaimah will contribute to helping private nurseries in the emirate to continue their work and growth in the post-epidemic phase.

For her part, Helen John, Director of Kinder Wood Nursery in Khuzam area in Ras Al Khaimah, expressed her happiness to receive the support, especially since it comes after a period of closure of her nursery during the past year that lasted for 11 months.

For his part, the director of “Little Dream” nursery, Amin Hammoud, whose business was affected by the repercussions of the virus, said: “We were pleased with the support we received from the Ras Al Khaimah government.

We are now working on restarting our nurseries in the emirate, successively, within the next two months, which would not have been possible if we had not obtained this financial support.”

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