Sharjah: The Supreme Council member and ruler of Sharjah, Dr. Sheikh Sultan bin Muhammad Al Qasimi, announced that work is underway to complete “valuable” projects in the Central Region, which will provide many jobs for citizens.
Dr. Sheikh Sultan announced the hiring of 50 regional engineers to work on Sharjah Electricity, Water and Gas Authority (SEWA) projects, 50 local residents with disabilities, and 21 Arabic language experts to edit government department correspondence and decisions.
The ruler of Sharjah also sent a message to the sports clubs in the emirate with regard to the increase in the budget on the condition of localising the players. This came up in a conversation with Mr. Mohammed Hassan Khalaf, Director-General of the Sharjah Broadcasting Authority, during the “Direct Line” program, which is broadcast on Sharjah’s radio and television.
During the call, the Sharjah Ruler stated that the Central Region is not forgotten, and the work is taking place successively, maintaining that many engineers in the region, especially women, will join the work in Al Bataeh and Al Dhaid projects at the Sharjah Electricity, Water and Gas Authority (SEWA).
According to recent statistics, there are 50 persons with disabilities who need employment, and as a result, they will be trained to perform tasks that are appropriate for each people’s disability. Dr. Al Qasimi confirmed that after looking at the old papers, data showed the presence of 21 specialists in the Arabic language, noting that they will be employed in government departments in the emirate. In addition to enrolling them in a course that will be organised by the Arabic Language Academy in Sharjah.
Dr. Al Qasimi mentioned the impressive Al Dhaid Lake, which is 2 kilometres and 300 metres long, 200 metres broad, and 3 metres deep. He also said that Al Dhaid Bridge crosses the lake in the middle, giving it a nice look. The lake will contain 420 million gallons of water, and the lake will not only provide Sharjah with water, but it will also reduce the temperature in the city of Al Dhaid.