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NAMA Women Advancement Establishment (NAMA) has entered a strategic partnership with the Women in Sustainability Environment and Renewable Energy (WiSER) to encourage women in the region to take a more active role in addressing global sustainability challenges.

Per this year-long partnership, the two entities will collectively organize a number of programs designed to empower women of all nationalities and age groups and prepare them to assume leadership roles in the pursuit of the UN SDGs Agenda 2030.

Reem BinKaram (director) represented NAMA during the signing of the agreement whereas WISER was represented by program director Dr. Lamya Fawwaz.

Commenting on the partnership between the two organizations, BinKaram stated: “Both NAMA Women Advancement Establishment and WiSER’s mandate are strategically built towards making international initiatives for women locally relevant, and in this sense, we are natural partners”.

Among various other perks, the new collaboration is expected to make it easier for women to participate and attain higher positions in key sectors such as technology, environment, and energy.

The NAMA director added: “We [NAMA and WiSER] therefore, look forward to making the most of this year-long strategic partnership between us to accelerate women’s access to education and professional training, as well as bring them closer to effective networking opportunities.”