Dubai Electricity and Water Authority (DEWA) has successfully concluded its first Summer Camp. The camp was held under the theme ‘Engineers of the Future’ for children between the ages of 12-15, and took place from 7-18 August 2016, as part of the Reading is Positive Energy exhibition. The exhibition was organised by DEWA in cooperation with the Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum Foundation (MBRF), at Gate 2 of Zabeel Park. The summer camp encouraged innovation and creativity among the children, while providing an educational platform for them to develop their skills in engineering, electricity, mechanics, science and maths. The camp also featured specialised training programmes allowing children to develop their communication and team work skills, and daily activities and competitions to prepare them for their future careers, while motivating the younger generation to learn about science and technology.

Family Village, the first endowment community orphanage in Dubai managed by Awqaf and Minors Affairs Foundation (AMAF), organized a special event to help its 33 young orphans prepare for the new school year.

This Eid holiday take advantage of Al Ain Raceways special offer where drivers of all abilities can experience the UAE’s only internationally accredited 1.6km track in all its glory.

Dubai Sports City is set to open its doors to showcase the very best of sport and activities on offer in the area. Coaches and fitness experts will also be on hand to demonstrate the benefits of leading a healthy and active lifestyle, which echoes the ethos of Dubai Sports City. 

International event recruitment agency, Esp International, is issuing a last call to events industry professionals in the region to take part in the annual Middle East Events Industry Salary Survey before the deadline on 8th September.