A Brief Of Sheikh Zayed
A BRIEF OF THE ZAYED CHILDREN WELFARE CENTRE
Sheikh Zayed Children Welfare Centre was established in the year 1999. The Centre was constructed by the Government of United Arab Emirates to care for destitute Kenyan Orphans both male and female. Currently, the Centre has 19 homes each with the capacity to accommodate 12 orphans. The Centre has also a Nursery and Primary Schools. Besides the Schools, the Centre has 3 blocks of nuts, each with 8 apartments and 7 shops. It also has poultry farm, zero grazing farm of 8 dairy cows. From 1999 to date, the Centre has been operating using funds from Abu Dhabi, and the money raised from fees. In the year 2009, the construction of blocks of flats and the multipurpose hall was completed. These projects starting year 2010 will act as additional source of income for the Centre.
The centre is run by a Board of Governors made of the following professionals: -
Mr. Issa Timamy the Chairman, Mr. Mohammed Faki, Mr. Ali Mandhry, Dr. K. Shikelly, Mr. Abdalla Al-Maery, Mr. Issa Muslim, and the Director of the Centre, Mr. Mwinyi A. Khamis as the Secretary.
The policy makers of the Centre is the Board of Trustees, which is made up of local and members from Abu Dhabi. The local members consist of Prof. Mohammed S. Rajab, Dr. Abdalla Abubakar, Sheikh Hammad Muhammad Kassim, Mr. Abdalla Al-Maery, Mr. Issa Timamy, Dr. Shikelly and Mr. Omar Mwinyihija. Trustees from Abu Dhabi include Sheikh Salim Al-Ameri, Sheikh Salim Obeid and Sheikh Abdul Hamid Abdul Hay.