Saudi Arabia / Hattan Saeed Zamzami
The Saudi Society for Special Education (Jester), the Makkah branch, launched the “Tabe” initiative in partnership with the Sa’i Foundation for the Rehabilitation and Employment of Persons with Disabilities at the Millennium Hotel in Al-Naseem, prepared and presented by Dr. Marwan Ahmed Maghribi from the College of Art and Design at the University of Jeddah.
The stamp initiative aims to rehabilitate persons with disabilities for digital printing through a five-day training course in groups and at different times.
The stamp initiative was attended by many interested people and specialists in people with disabilities, such as Umm Al-Qura University, the Special Education Department, the Makkah Education Department, the Special Education Department, the Director of the Volunteering Department at the Neighborhood Centers Association, a group of the Persons with Disabilities Affairs Department at the General Presidency for the Affairs of the Great Mosque of Mecca, some businessmen and members of the Advisory Council in Jaster Makkah.
The initiative received distinguished media coverage from television channels such as Saudi Arabia Al-Oula, Al-Arabiya, radio stations such as Riyadh Radio, and various local newspapers.
The initiative concluded by honoring the participants and sponsors through memorial shields and certificates of thanks, which were presented by Jester Makkah and the Sa`i Foundation.