Themed “Together for Bahrain’s Safety”, the campaign engages 500 volunteers from the e-Volunteer platform, who will work to support Bahraini women and families, focusing on the economic and health conditions.
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The campaign aims also at enabling women to benefit from the state’s manifold financial packages to continue their businesses, receive educational support and help families to pursue remote learning.
The Supreme Council for Women (SCW) extended thanks to the National Taskforce for Combating COVID-19 for supplying the volunteers with a database which includes more than 30,000 volunteers who joint the National Campaign for Combating COVID-19.
The campaign, “Together for Bahrain’s Safety”, was launched following directives from Her Royal Highness Princess Sabeeka bint Ibrahim Al-Khalifa, Wife of His Majesty the King and SCW President to support Bahraini families and cater to their needs, in direct cooperation and coordination with the e-Volunteer platform.
The campaign is support through the media and education to shed light on the efforts exerted by by the national team in charge of fighting the disease, relying on messages and the promotion of films and videos in cooperation with social media channels.
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