The International Humanitarian City participation in the UAE Careers Fair 2013 came in line with the directions of the IHC’s management to attract qualified personnel and young talented citizens in order to provide them with trainings and refine them. Also its part of the IHC’s commitment in serving the nation-building and increase the efficiency of country young generations through the presentation of the functions available to the citizens who have the needed talents, and provide the necessary trainings to them by specialists working in the United Nations organizations and international humanitarian organizations. The IHC intends to improve the human capacity building and enable the people of elevating their skills and experience to match the expertise of the world’s elite.
His Highness Sheikh Majid Bin Mohammed Bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Chairman of the Dubai Culture and Arts opened the tenth UAE Careers Fair, which represents an event of the utmost importance contribute to the empowerment of the UAE national’s caliber in all areas. The IHC booth at the exhibition attracted many visitors who were briefed about the IHC main mandate in the humanitarian field, and the employment opportunities. The exhibition lasted for 3 days and was held at the Dubai International Convention and Exhibition Centre with a wide participation of the major local and international companies operating in the country and seeking to employ UAE nationals with special talents.
“The International Humanitarian City reflects the United Arab Emirates and Dubai’s vision, and it is a vital part of its strategy,” said Shaima Al Zarooni, The IHC Chief Executive Officer and added: “The IHC is keen to invest in the human resources as a main pillar in the overall development process, and the Careers Fair is becoming increasingly important year after year and we wish continued success and progress of this important initiative in building the country.”
The IHC management extends its appreciation to those in charge of organizing this special event, and all participants from government departments, organizations, and businesses and urges the citizens to communicate with the IHC’s administration to identify opportunities for training and employment available.