In cooperation with the General Police Command in Sharjah and Emiri Guards General Administration, FAN has organized a series of recreational activities, including technical workshops and special programs, Target group of children, including children of prisoners of penitentiary institutions.
At its headquarters in the Supreme Council for Family Matters, the Foundation organized a workshop for children from penitentiary institutions aged 7 to 17, within the framework of the "Hope for Dosage" initiative launched by the General Directorate of Police in Sharjah. And the art of designing and implementing visual elements of cinema, television and theater, as well as experimenting with scans of various objects and turning them into images that reflect their artistic meaning and reflect their creative imagination.
"We believe that children are a wealth of present and hope in the future, and that every child in our country has a unique talent to nourish and develop, in accordance with our approach," said Sheikha Javahar Bint Abdullah Al Kassimi, director of the FAN and International Film festival in Sharjah. And our vision is to stimulate the critical thinking of children and develop their imagination, and to provide them with knowledge and professional tools to help them express themselves and build their creative skills.
"As part of our efforts to achieve these goals, we will continue to work and build effective partnerships with various institutions to provide support to all children in the country and give them hope for a bright future."