DBWCDubai Business Women Council (United Arab Emirates)
DBWCDoubly-Bounded-Weight Code
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"The DBWC was established to empower working women and help businesswomen highlight their abilities and skills in the business environment to develop their enterprises.
The significant increase in the membership database reflects the important role played by the council in support of businesswomen to enhance their competitiveness in the country's labour market, reported Emirates news agency Wam, citing a DBWC announcement.
The establishment of the Dubai Business Women Council (DBWC) was one of such decisions that turned out be the bellwether of women empowerment in Dubai's thriving economy.
She noted that presence of women in the business community has grown considerably in recent years, and revealed that Emirati women alone currently account for 10% of the DBWC's membership base.
During the meeting, the DBWC reviewed the role that it played since its inception in 2002 to support working women and to provide them with the necessary skills and relationships to succeed in the workplace.
The forum, entitled Gender Balanced Leadership for Innovation and Change, was co-organised by DBWC, the University of Wollongong in Dubai, and the United Nations Development Programme.
For DBWC and MasterCard, we do not see Ro'Ya as a one-off initiative, but rather we approach it as an ongoing effort to empower women in the UAE.
The aim of this study is to make a description of the first patients treated with a DBWC in the Colorectal Unit in the Vall d'Hebron University Hospital and the literature review of this surgical technique.
Raja Easa Al-Gurg, DBWC President said, "We are keen to diversify the topics that we provide to council members at our monthly lunch meetings, because we believe they are beneficial.
Dr Raja Al Gurg, president of the Dubai Business Women Council (DBWC), said the UAE Cabinet's endorsement of a bill that ensures equal pay for men and women is an indication of the support that is provided to Emirati women.
The Dubai Business Women Council (DBWC), the UAE's leading platform for the personal and professional development of women in Dubai, disclosed that its total membership has increased by 15.7 per cent during the first quarter of the year.