The term Badr means, 'Taking the Initiative' while its tagline 'Wa Int Gadr
' means 'You can' The event also featured exquisite array of cultural items created by members of SDC's Heritage Hands, a programme established in 1998, to support the production of traditional handicrafts, including needlework and pottery.
Farm, Llangovan, Monmouth, is a comparatively small unit with over one-third of the land comprising mature native broadleaved woodland.
Mr Morgan and his family have farmed the land at Gadr
Farm for nearly 40 years, and in November 2000 Mr Morgan entered the Welsh Assembly Government's agri-environment scheme, Tir Gofal, which pays farmers to improve the environmental and ecological value of their land.
Al-Mannai said the funds collected at the eighth gala dinner for which a date would be announced later are planned to be utilised for centre's three flagship programmes -- RASAMEEL, Tanmiya and Badr...Wa Int Gadr
-- each aimed at supporting individual and family entrepreneurs with finances and expertise.
Mr Morgan said: "I am very proud of the work that we have done for wildlife on Gadr
Farm over the years." He and his family have farmed the land for nearly 40 years, and in 2000 Mr Morgan entered the Welsh Assembly Government's agri-environment scheme Tir Gofal, which pays farmers to improve the environmental and ecological value of their land.
A total of 390 families have enrolled for 'Badr' (Wa Int Gadr) - a programme which offers full entrepreneurship support to individuals and families throughout the country, enabling them to develop successful enterprises.
Families enrolled in the Badr (Wa Int Gadr) programme recently participated in a number of important activities such as the 'Made in Qatar' 2013 exhibition, ExxonMobil Open 2013, and Qatar Total Open 2013 for Women.
SDC Entrepreneurs Development head Lulwa al-Nuaimi said: "We are excited to welcome each and every member of the new families who have reached out to SDC to be a part of Badr (Wa Int Gadr).
The term 'Badr', translates into 'taking the initiative', while its tag line, 'Wa Int Gadr', means 'you can'.
Alan Morgan of Gadr
Farm, Monmouthshire has farmed his 58 hectares since 1985.