Sayidaty recognizes the outstanding contribution of Saudi women

Wednesday 22nd Apr 2015

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Sayidaty magazine has recognized the outstanding contribution of Saudi women. Varying catagories included education, health, media, arts and economics. All area’s of noble cause.

Princess Hussa bint Salman bin Abdulaziz who attended the Creativity Awards praised the winners for their work in advancing the country and the cause of women in the Kingdom. The event was attended by Princess Nora bint Mohamed, wife of the Riyadh governor, several princesses and female leaders. Princess Hussa said King Salman was committed to supporting women’s advancement in line with Islamic law.

She mentioned she has vivid memories of how they started the women’s section at the magazine after holding discussions with her late brother, Prince Ahmad, and late mother. She said her mother contributed to cultural, humanitarian and social projects, and supported Saudi women in all areas of the nation. Her mother received the support of King Salman himself to create a women’s section at Riyadh Daily.


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