Saudi Pavilion at Expo 2020 Dubai organizes dance theatrical show for children & shares experience in serving persons with disabilities

Saudi Pavilion at Expo 2020 Dubai organizes dance theatrical show for children & shares experience in serving persons with disabilities
Saudi Pavilion at Expo 2020 Dubai organizes dance theatrical show for children & shares experience in serving persons with disabilities

The Kingdom of Saudi Arabia's pavilion at "Expo 2020 Dubai" organized a theatrical; singing, and dance show in Arabic and English, performed by a group of Saudi 10-year-old girls.

The show, which shed light on the beauty and cultural richness of the Kingdom's diverse natural areas; attended by a spectacular audience, received a wide public interaction, especially families and children.

The event also conducted by a seven-member troupe that dazzled the audience with their outstanding performance and their mastery of the integrated artistic performance that combined dancing, acting, and singing on the stage in front of the Saudi pavilion at the international exhibition.

Saudi experience in serving persons with disabilities

Saudi Ministry of Interior (MOI)'s Civil Affairs has presented a summary of its services to persons with disabilities; as part of its participation in the pavilion of the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) for Arab States at Expo 2020 Dubai.

Civil Affairs' Information Systems Director-General, Eng. Turki Bin Abdullah Al-Aeed also delivered a working paper entitled "Civil Affairs' Humanitarian Efforts"; discussing the services directed to individuals suffering from hearing difficulties and deafness.

The Civil Affairs is also the first government agency in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia that cares of this category; by providing them with special services through utilizing technology and its solutions. 

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