The Orphans Care Centre (Dreama) has welcomed Sainab Abdi Moallim, wife of Somali President Mohamed Abdullahi Farmajo, who was in Qatar to learn about the services provided by Dreama.
During her visit, Moallim was accompanied by Somali ambassador Abdulraziq Fareh Ali as well as Aidaros Mahmoud Othman, secretary of the president's wife; Nour Direih Harsi, member of Moallim's charity association; and Nasra Wahliya Malin, personal
assistant of the president’s wife.
Moallim was welcomed by Qatar Foundation for Social Work CEO Amal bint Abdullatif al-Mannai, Dreama executive director Mariam bint Ali bin Nasser al-Misnad, Shura Council member Dr Aisha al-Mannai and several leaders and officials of Dreama.
During the visit, Moallim learned about the types of services being offered by Dreama to the targeted categories and listened to an awareness presentation by al-Misnad on the mission and vision of Dreama as a pioneering centre in providing care for orphans and integrating them into society. She also discussed Dreama’s efforts to maintain a safe and stable environment for the targeted categories, reduce the number of cases in the ‘Homeless House’, and to build and develop institutional capabilities.
Moallim also learned about Dreama’s plans, methods of care and services being offered to orphans by maintaining alternative foster families, ensuring their stability in such families, training foster families to inform foster children of their conditions, raising awareness on the importance of fostering, and providing the psychological support and guidance for foster families and the children in terms of legal, social, educational and medical services.
Moallim expressed her appreciation for the management of Dreama, represented by al-Misnad, for the warm welcome she received as well as the information provided to her on the vital role Dreama plays in providing high-quality services for its children and its efforts to empower and integrate them into the community, in addition to promoting the professional and personal skills of the children in line with international standards in preparation for integrating them into the society and empowering them in all fields.
She also affirmed her expectations to establish strong collaborations with the centre in the near future and offer programmes for the Dreama children in collaboration with the charity institutions she had established.
Al-Misnad said, “The centre is playing a key role in providing familial fostering and continuous observation for orphan children. The centre has built numerous societal partnerships that participate in achieving the targeted objectives.”
Also, al-Misnad and Moallim discussed ways to form future joint collaborations in the interest of the children at Dreama.