Thursday 15 September 2022 – 21:35
ABU DHABI, 15th September / WAM / The Family Development Fund launched the second phase of the 100-day remote challenge service in view of its constant efforts to develop and improve the health and sports aspect of women in particular and family members in general.
The service aims to support women’s skills, rehabilitation and balanced empowerment to play their leading role in the family and society, reduce the obesity risk index, increase the number of physical and physiological components of physical fitness and improve the psychological status to participate. individuals, in addition to encouraging women’s active participation in physical education in the Emirate of Abu Dhabi.
Khawla Al Muhairi, head of the Women’s Empowerment Department at the Family Development Foundation, said the program focuses on implementing 3 training workshops per week over a period of 100 days, targeting women aged 19 to 50, benefiting from the service and participating in the first phase, which was launched in January, 1160 women. And it is through the use of sports trainers specializing in fitness and a nutritionist who follows up on the participants of the program during the implementation period from a distance.
She added that the 100-day challenge service will implement its sports program for the second phase from September to next November, with more than 700 women signed up so far.
The Family Development Fund, through its programs, services and events conducted during the current year, seeks to improve a healthy, psychological and social lifestyle, establish a successful family through the development of skills and the acquisition of diverse knowledge, the provision of psychological, social, developmental and professional counseling for all sections of the society, and development of parental skills to understand the needs and behavior of Children and the mechanisms to deal with them at different stages, in addition to creative skills, entrepreneurship, sports activities and voluntary work.
Wam / Reem Al-Hajri / Abdel Nasser Moneim