Ewaa launches its new corporate identity

The Abu Dhabi Center for Shelter and Humanitarian Care – Ewaa of the Department of Community Development in Abu Dhabi … announced the launch of its new corporate identity with the aim of activating its role more widely to work on establishing a prominent standard of living for all individuals for to achieve an integrated and cohesive society by fighting various kinds of violence and abuse.

Sarah Ibrahim Shuhail, Director General of the Abu Dhabi Center for Shelter and Humanitarian Care “Ewaa”, confirmed that the new institutional identity is an important step for the center in line with the guidelines of our wise leadership to achieve a cohesive society without violence. and misuse and maintenance of the efforts and competencies made by the center in accordance with the agenda of the social sector.

She pointed out that the inclusion of the center in the Department of Community Development was a turning point in the development process we launched in 2009. After our role was limited to care, safe shelter and empowerment to survivors of human trafficking crimes, it more and more further expanded to include all victims of violence and abuse in charge, and the center’s efforts culminated in the launch of a new march with greater support from the wise leadership and the center gaining more powers in the various stages of human empowerment.

Sarah said the center works to care for, rehabilitate and empower beneficiaries through a wide range of legislative, executive and judicial solutions, and to optimally achieve these goals, it adheres to international best practices in terms of services, achieving social impact, building partnerships , research and studies, and developing institutional skills, as well as continuing its noble efforts in realizing its humanitarian mission through Shelter, to provide and provide safe shelter, health and psychological care for victims of human trafficking, domestic violence and all forms of violence by care. and rehabilitation and development of programs that meet the needs of the beneficiaries.


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