Dr. Mohammad AlSabah: The Kuwait Autism Center has Achieved Tremendous Success and Global Reputation


April 24, 2012


Former Foreign Minister and Honorary President of the Kuwaiti Autism Society, Dr. Mohammad Sabah AlSalem AlSabah, emphasized the importance of cooperation among the Gulf Cooperation Council countries to achieve a common goal in combating autism, considering it a significant humanitarian endeavor.

During the opening ceremony of the Al-Silsila Heritage Products Exhibition at the Kuwait Autism Center, attended by Princess Amira Al-Taweel, the wife of Prince Alwaleed bin Talal, and Dr. Abdulmohsen Al-Jarallah Al-Kharafi, Secretary-General of the General Secretariat of Awqaf, along with several diplomatic and social figures, Mohammed expressed pride in the tremendous success, global recognition, and reputation achieved by the Kuwait Autism Center. He commended Dr. Sameera Al-Saad and the center's staff for raising the flag of Kuwait high.

Dr. Mohammad also thanked the parents of autistic children, acknowledging their understanding of the humanitarian dimensions of suffering and their unwavering belief in miracles. He praised their refusal to succumb to despair and their determination to fight relentlessly, not just for the treatment of their children but to save humanity from this affliction.

The Princess Amira Al-Taweel praised the cultural exchange between Saudi Arabia, represented by the Faisal Foundation, and Kuwait, represented by the Kuwait Autism Center, highlighting the center's pioneering projects and initiatives. She expressed delight in participating in the exhibition, where Saudi heritage products were showcased, with proceeds benefiting the Autism Center. She emphasized the importance of empowering women financially, enabling them to pursue better lives through economic independence.

Dr. Sameera Al-Saad noted that the exhibition showcased the creative talents of Saudi women through handcrafted heritage products from the Al-Silsila Center, reflecting Gulf creativity. She highlighted the three-day exhibition as a result of humanitarian cooperation between Kuwait and Saudi Arabia, promoting mutual benefit and community partnership.

The event included a folkloric performance by the Kuwait Television band, featuring some members of the Autism Center, as well as a charity auction for selected handicraft pieces, followed by an award ceremony and a tour of the exhibition.


Source: Al-Qabas

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