His Excellency Mohamed Helal Al Muhairi, Director General, Abu Dhabi Chamber visited parents, staff and children at Falcon British Nursery. He toured the premises as well as meeting with staff from Medeor Hospital, Ibn Nafees Medical Center and Al Reem Dental Center regarding the Chamber of Commerce’s pioneer collaboration – the Dhabi Initiative. He addressed the groups by highlighting the importance of a healthy lifestyle and looking after teeth and eyes and thanking the participants for having community projects that support the children of the UAE. He thanked staff for giving up their valuable time to be part of the Limitless Privilege program. Ms Amelia J Brown, the principal of Falcon British Nursery addressed the adults and children by agreeing that collaborations like the Dhabi ButhoorInitiative is vital for supporting community health and that the leaders of tomorrow need to focus on their health today. She commented on the limitless privilege children have in the UAE growing up in a country where visionary leaders show children that anything is possible. This optimism gives education institutions like

Falcon a head start in getting children ready for school and life because the framework for success is already laid.
Doctors and dentists looked at the children’s teeth, eyes, height and weight of the children and gave parents and children items to help them remember to have a healthy lifestyle while Falcon British Nursery had a role play doctor’s surgery, optician and dentist for the children to enjoy while waiting to see the medical professionals. The day was a great success and the children were still talking about it when they left for the evening. Falcon British Nursery is proud to be partnered with Chamber of Commerce for this CSR initiative.

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