The Sharjah Department of Culture has released issue “39” of the magazines “Al Sharqiah” and “Al Wusta” for December 2022. The two issues tackle themes that shed light on the details of the growing development scene in the central and eastern regions. and painted a picture of the region’s development.
The 39th issue of Al Sharqiya magazine devoted a main file in the “Accomplishments” section to development projects in the eastern region. His Highness Sheikh Dr. Sultan bin Mohammed Al-Qasim, Member, visited the region last October and November. Supreme Council and Ruler of Sharjah, where His Highness visited Kalba City and Wadi Al-Hilu region on 20 October, and visited Khor Faqan City on 7 November, before visiting Kalba City. Again on November 17th. His visits have included the design of hanging gardens in the town of Kalba, the expansion and development project for the Al-Hafiya Center for Mountain Environmental Conservation, and the design of new buildings for the University of Kalba. and visited Khamis bin Said Al Mazrueh, governor of Wadi Al-Helwi, to ensure his health and listen to the region’s most important needs and the plight of its people.
In the section “The Path to the Summit”, we know the trajectory of Dr. Abdul Razak Ahmed Bani Rashid, who is currently the Chairman of the Board of Directors of Khorfakan Club for the Disabled. In the “Authentic Resources” section, we meet Fatima Ahmed Mahmoud, who has a long memory and a great love for heritage.
We will visit Bab al-Rahab, a neighborhood of al-Dubi, a place that was a green oasis where many people from the eastern region came to rest when it was hot in summer and a cool breeze was blowing. became a first-class tourist destination.
In the “Employment” section, an interview with photographer and adventurer Ahmed Al-Nakbi, and in the “Way” section, we look into the experience of Youssef Ahmed Al-Qadi. Social, cultural and social news from the eastern region.
Al-Wusta magazine has devoted its main file in the “Achievements” section to wheat cultivation projects in the central region, which enjoy great official and public interest, such as the Sharjah government implementing the directives of His Highness Sheikh Dr. this crop resulted in the opening of a project to grow wheat in the district of Maliha at the end of last March.
On a social level, wheat cultivation is very popular among farmers in the central region. Last November, the Sharjah Department of Agriculture and Livestock published a “Guide for Growing Wheat in the UAE” based on the department’s document. Promote the transfer and dissemination of knowledge to farmers and wheat cultivation.
In the “Road to the Peaks” section, an interview with the architect Hamidi Ali Hamidi Al Katbi, Director of the Building Permit Department of the Sharjah Planning and Research Department, in which he recalls the details of the beautiful history that the generation born in the eighties passed by the city of Al-Daid, and in the section “Authentic Resources”, an interview with Salem bin near Daghish al-Katbi, district of al-Madam.
In the Maidan section, a detailed report on the first edition of the Camel Festival of His Majesty, the Ruler of Sharjah, which started from 28 October to 1 November, amidst a large number of camel owners and grooms. United Arab Emirates and Gulf Cooperation Council countries. In the “Welcome” section, there is a photo report about the Al-Bahaye region, in the Al-Madam district. The issue also features a new section called “Saqqara” which talks about the experiences of those involved and interested in sports. The publication also released several news and reports in the central region.
Source: Al Ittihad
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