Sharjah’s mosque obtains WDU certification

  • Tuesday 21, January 2020 12:08 PM
Sharjah 24: The World Disability Union (WDU) in its headquarters at Sharjah, certified Umm Ayman - Barakah bint tha'alabah Mosque, located in the Emirate of Sharjah, Muwailih, as the first mosque of its kind in the Middle East that applies the criteria needed for persons with disabilities, under the category (A).
Dr. Tariq Sultan bin Khadim, Vice President of the World Disability Union (WDU) and Chairman of the Board of Directors of Al Thiqah Club for the Handicapped, gave the certificate from the World Disability Union (WDU) to Taryam Matar Taryam, the donor for building the mosque, in the presence of top officials, during which the attendees toured the mosque and looked at its facilities that meet the requirements and standards of the World Disability Union (WDU).

Dr. Tariq Sultan bin Khadim highlighted that the successive achievements of Sharjah in the field of supporting people with disabilities, comes as the result of the unlimited support of His Highness Sheikh Dr. Sultan bin Mohamed Al Qasimi, Supreme Council Member and Ruler of Sharjah, to empower people with disabilities in society and in all areas of life.

In the same context, Taryam Mattar Taryam, emphasised that the goal of obtaining the certification is to provide exceptional services for the disabled, especially that the site of the mosque is near Al Thiqah Club for Handicapped, and thanked Haider Taleb, Secretary-General of World Disability Union (WDU), for his follow-up in all stages of meeting the needed standards of the union.