Sharjah: The Administration of the Punishment and Correctional Department at the Sharjah Police Department has been honored with the first prize in the Prince Mohammed Bin Fahd Foundation for Humanitarian Development (PMFHD)’s Insignia For Voluntary Charity Work for its “Sanad” initiative.
Targeted towards the families of the Inmates, the “Sanad” initiative focuses on improving their lives with sustainable development.
The honor was announced at the ceremony which was hosted by the Arab League in Egypt, on 5th December, coinciding with International Volunteer Day. The event witnessed representations from numerous governmental and private institutions, organizations, and NGOs from all over the world.
The award was judged by the United Nations Volunteers Programme and the United Nations Foundation, to highlight pioneering practices in voluntary work that meet human needs.
Speaking about the honor, Brigadier Ahmed Shehail, Director of the Punishment and Correctional Department, offered his gratefulness to Major General Saif Al Zari Al Shamsi, Commander-in-Chief of Sharjah Police, for his support in the field of voluntary and community work, which translates the directions of the UAE’s wise leadership.
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