Pupils in private schools and nurseries across Sharjah will receive free bottled water, the emirate’s Ruler said.
The emirate has more than 116 schools that accommodate 200,000 students, and 135 nurseries with 6,500 children.
Dr. Eng Rashid Al-Leem, Chairman of the SEWA, praised the generous grant of the Ruler, which aims at providing a decent life to all segments of the society, and lauded the keenness of Dr. Sheikh Sultan to ensure the health and safety of the children and provide an ideal learning environment.
The grant is a follow-up to last year’s direction to provide 114 public schools and 27 nurseries with Zulal drinking water bottles at the beginning of the new school year.
Dr. Eng Rashid Al-Leem stressed that the authority would immediately work to implement the directives of the Ruler to provide water to private schools and nurseries in coordination with the Sharjah Private Education Authority.
He stressed that the Zulal Water Factory’s products meet the highest safety specifications and standards.
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