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Dubai Foundation for Women and Children Partners with L’Oréal Fund For Women to Launch the Isolation Building Amid the Pandemic

Dubai Foundation for Women and Children announced its partnership with L’Oréal Fund for Women to launch the "Isolation Building" project, with an aim to protect the beneficiaries and faculty to ensure the continuity of its services with high safety measures.
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L'Oréal Paris partners with Himayah Organization

L’Oréal Paris in partnership with Himayah Organization will roll out the Stand Up training program developed by international NGO Hollaback! to train 35,000 people in Saudi Arabia on bystander intervention to tackle street harassment.
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L’Oréal Paris partners with himayah organization to launch its international training program “stand up against street harassment”

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L’Oréal Fund for Women pledges AED1.24 million to Shamsaha to support women in the GCC

As part of L’Oréal’s ongoing efforts and commitment to support women’s rights, L’Oréal Fund For Women has pledged AED1.24 million to Shamsaha, a non-profit corporation based in Bahrain, to support its mission in protecting, advocating and empowering women in the GCC.
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L’Oréal Paris Names the Iconic Megastar Mona Zaki as the New Spokesperson in the MENA Region

L’Oréal Paris announced the latest addition to its Family, Superstar Actress Mona Zaki as the new spokesperson in the MENA Region. Mona is a successful Egyptian Actress having started her career at the age of 16 with a role in “Bel Araby Elfaseh” under the well-known Actor and Director Mohamed Sobhy. She has portrayed many diversified roles throughout her career, showcasing her exceptional talent, while working alongside the region’s top actors and directors in over 60 movies and series.
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L'Oréal-UNESCO for Women in Science Fellowships – 2020 Climate Edition (Middle-East)

This direction comes as a response to the pressing importance of climate action both globally and locally. Five For Women in Science Fellowships worth $25,000 will be awarded – four for Australia and one for New Zealand. This Fellowship will award outstanding female researchers contributing to issues associated with climate change. Issues may include things such as: warning systems, infrastructure, improving dry-land agriculture, water, energy transition, nature-based solutions, resilience and adaptation, climate finance and carbon pricing.
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