KHARTOUM (Sudanow) - Sudanese Ms. Aaida Abdul Hamid al-Gimish has shined during her work in the United Arab Emirates as a journalist dedicated to social issues and engaged in humanitarian voluntary work.
She was appointed a UN Goodwill Ambassador in 2014 in recognition of her role in advancing the humanitarian and social responsibility of media institutions.
The Arab Women Institution bestowed on her in 2015 the title of Goodwill Ambassador for Women and Children in the Arab world.
Ms. Gimish has won a number of awards during her career including the Distinguished Press Coverage of Social Issues Award presented by the Emirates’ Society for Social Development in 2016 for her investigative report on suffering of kidney dialysis patients.
Sharjah University’s Communication Faculty honoured Ms. Gimish this week by filming a documentary of her life.
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KHARTOUM (Sudanow) - Still the men and women of the Sudan continue to give a rare example of courage and faithfulness to the promise they made to protect the December 2018 Revolution, presenting new 40 martyrs in the state of Khartoum alone in the ongoing protests against the 25 October 2021 military coup.The Medical Doctors Union has put the number of the martyrs who rose up to th...More
KHARTOUM (Sudanow) - The following story had happened in 1996 when the police found it a moral duty to heavily sift through a garbage dump to retrieve valuables of iconic singer Sayed Khalifa. According to retired police officer Omar Ahmed Tabeedi, the commander of the suburban Jeraif West suburban area Police Station here, they early morning one day received the singing star Sayed Khalifa who told them burglars had stormed ...