We are in the process of developing and improving our website, and we invite you to participate in our brief survey to measure the level of your satisfaction
Satisfaction Survey For UAE Interact Website
رغبة منا بالتعرف على مستوى رضاكم عن موقعنا وبهدف تطويره وتحسينه، فقد قمنا بتصميم استبيان سريع لقياس مدى الرضا عن موقع دولة الإمارات العربية المتحدة روعي في تصميم الاستبيان أن يكون قصيرا وسريعا كي لا نطيل عليكم، وعليه نرجو منكم التكرم باستكماله عن طريق الرابط التالي
استبيان رضا المتعاملين عن موقع دولة الإمارات العربية المتحدة

SPORT & LEISURE - CAMEL RACING

Camels a key part of UAE's rich heritage

Posted on 27/03/2010

The UAE is historically known for its attachment to camels which are of social and economic value in the region. The animal is famously known as the ship of the desert because of its walk, which is much like the motion of a ship at sea. Patience is one of its most observable features and camels are generally useful animal. Historically, camels in the UAE were a dependable source of not only transport but also food and milk. Arabs were proud of the number of camels they possessed. The camels ...  >>MORE

UAE embassy in London issues statement to clarify media reports of "underage" camel jockeys in the UAE

Posted on 05/03/2010

London - The UAE embassy in London issued a statement to clarify media reports of "underage" camel jockeys in the UAE. The following is the text of the statement: The UAE reiterates that it considers the use of underage children for commercial camel racing to be exploitative. The UAE banned the use of child jockeys in commercial camel racing in 2002 and is committed to enforcing that ban. The ban was designed to put an end to the misuse of foreign-born children as jockeys specifically in ...  >>MORE

Pakistani Government commends UAE's support to child camel jockeys

Posted on 23/01/2010

The Government of Pakistan expressed appreciation of the support extended by President His Highness Sheikh Khalifa bin Zayed Al Nahyan, Vice President and Prime Minister of UAE and Ruler of Dubai His Highness Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, H.H Sheikh Saif Bin Zayed Al-Nahyan, Deputy Prime Minster, Minister of Interior to rehabilitate and provide health care and education for children who were formerly involved in camel racing in the United Arab Emirates. This came during a meeting ...  >>MORE

‘Milky Camel’ category added to Dhafra Festival

Posted on 28/12/2009

A new category of camel has been added to one of the biggest camel beauty competitions, the Mazayina Dhafra Camel Festival, which will be open to entries from not only the Gulf but also from across the world. In the new category, it won't be beauty that would count most, as the winner will be the camel that produces most amount of milk. Registrations have begun for camel owners to enter their four-legged humped beauties in the festival, which will take place in the desert just beyond ...  >>MORE

UNICEF official hails UAE's projects for rehabilitation of child jockeys

Posted on 09/12/2009

Ms. Sigrid Kaag, UNICEF Regional Director for the Middle East and North Africa, has thanked the UAE for its human handling of the issue of child camel jockeys through its unstinted support for projects targeting welfare of those children and their families as well as their communities. She praised UAE programmes for rehabilitating those children as ideal and pilot. The UNICEF official made her remarks during a meeting yesterday with HH Lt. General Sheikh Saif bin Zayed Al Nahyan, Deputy ...  >>MORE

UAE produced world's first ever cloned camel

Posted on 09/12/2009

The world's first cloned camel was formally unveiled to the world yesterday at the Camel Reproduction Centre in Dubai. Injaz, translated as ‘achievement', since her birth eight months ago, on April 8, has been showing characteristics similar to that of a normal female calf and has been "eating and doing everything she should be doing". It's a significant breakthrough because Injaz is the first ever camelid cloned in the world. The scientists at the Centre are now hoping to clone good racing ...  >>MORE

Abu Dhabi to launch third session of Camel Festival

Posted on 06/10/2009

The Abu Dhabi Authority for Culture and Heritage (ADACH) will launch the third session of Mazayina Dhafra Camel Festival on January 30 until February 8, 2010, in Zayed City in Al Gharbia (the Western Region). The Festival is held under the patronage of HH Gen. Sheikh Mohammed bin Zayed Al Nahyan, Crown Prince of Abu Dhabi and Deputy Supreme Commander of the Armed Forces. The Festival also seeks to highlight Bedouin culture, activate heritage tourism, and promote the name of Al Dhafra in Al ...  >>MORE

Hamdan Bin Mohammed, Ahmed Bin Mohammed open Al Marmoum camel festival

Posted on 27/08/2009

Crown Prince of Dubai and Chairman of the Dubai Executive Council HH Sheikh Hamdan Bin Mohammed Bin Rashid Al Maktoum and Chairman of the Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum Foundation HH Sheikh Ahmed Bin Mohammed Bin Rashid Al Maktoum opened the second edition of the Al Marmoum Ramadan Camel Festival 2009 on Tuesday. They watched the races held at the Al Marmoum racetrack in the outskirts of Dubai. Due to overwhelming participation and the turnout of spectators, Sheikh Hamdan Bin Mohammed ordered ...  >>MORE

Celebrating the President’s camels

Posted on 03/06/2009

The National Theatre was transformed into a desert landscape last night in homage to the achievements of the President's camels. Held under the patronage of Sheikh Mansour bin Zayed, Deputy Prime Minister, and organised by Abu Dhabi Authority for Culture and Heritage (Adach), the nation's first Presidential Camels Festival was a three-hour celebration of poetry, music and dance to mark the end of the camel-racing season. Hamed Said, an Emirati poet, put on a rousing show. Then came a ...  >>MORE

UAE Environment and Water Minister issues measures on importation, exportation of camels

Posted on 12/05/2009

The entry and exit laws of the camels, have been streamlined at the border points in line with the laws and the bylaws of the livestock in the UAE, according to the decision issued by Environment and Water Minister HE Dr Rashid Ahmed bin Fahd. As per these laws, camels will be allowed entry provided that they are free from the diseases. The department in charge can compile periodic reports and submit them to minister to add any pandemic disease after thorough assessment. Permission is sought ...  >>MORE

Interior ministry delegation visits Bangladesh to compensate camel jockeys

Posted on 06/05/2009

Dhaka - A delegation sent by the UAE Interior Ministry to compensate Bangladeshi children who participated as camel jockeys years ago in camel races has met the Minister of Interior in Bangladesh, Sahara Khatoon and presented the cheques for compensation. The delegation headed by Lt. Col. Ibrahim Al Marzooqi held discussions with the Bangladeshi side composed of the Minister of State for home affairs Nadhim Ahmed Suhail Taj, Undersecretary of the ministry Abdussubhan, Assistant Undersecretary ...  >>MORE

President, VP, Rulers and Crown Princes attend annual Arab Camel Contest

Posted on 08/04/2009

President HH Sheikh Khalifa bin Zayed Al Nahyan and Vice President and Prime Minister of UAE and Ruler of Dubai HH Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Their Highness Rulers and Members of Supreme Council, Crown Princes and Deputy Rulers, attended in Al Wathba yesterday the closing annual ceremony of the Arab Pedigree Camel Contest. The event is in line with the keenness of Sheikh Khalifa to preserve heritage, traditions and customs. The race was also witnessed by a number of sheikhs, ...  >>MORE

Hamdan Bin Mohammed attends camel festival at Al Marmoom

Posted on 02/03/2009

Crown Prince of Dubai HH Sheikh Hamdan Bin Mohammed Bin Rashid Al Maktoum attended yesterday the first leg of the races in the season's concluding festival of purebred Arabian camels at Al-Marmoom camel grounds. Sheikh Al Marr Bin Maktoum Al Maktoum, a number of other Sheikhs and a large gathering of camel race enthusiasts from UAE and other GCC states also attended the races. The festival is organised as per directives from President His Highness Sheikh Khalifa bin Zayed Al Nahyan and ...  >>MORE

Mohammed bin Rashid attends camel race

Posted on 01/02/2009

Vice President and Prime Minister of UAE and Ruler of Dubai His Highness Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum attended yesterday a camel race meeting, organised to mark the first anniversary of the decision to appoint H.H. Sheikh Hamdan bin Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum as Crown Prince of Dubai and H.H. Sheikh Maktoum bin Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum as Deputy Ruler of Dubai. The meeting, called the Majid bin Mohammed Arabian Camel Marathon, was run for 14 kilometres and competed by 200 ...  >>MORE

Camel auction charms tourists

Posted on 28/12/2008

Madinat Zayed/Abu Dhabi: As Al Dhafra Camel Festival entered its fifth day on Saturday, more heritage lovers and tourists flocked the western region to savour the elaborate traditional event. Many expatriates and tourists were fascinated by the camel beauty contest and camel auction. An American man who has lived in Abu Dhabi for 20 years was very excited to witness such a unique event that demonstrated the "unbroken traditions". "I'm familiar with the local culture and have been attending ...  >>MORE

Abu Dhabi's popular market shines bright at Dhafra Festival 2009

Posted on 27/12/2008

The Dhafra Festival is in its new session, witnessed several new competitions and events held for the first time, in addition to the camel beauty contest and auction, Nabati poetry competition on camels, photography contest, and popular market for handicraft. The festival is organized by the Abu Dhabi Authority for Culture and Heritage (ADACH) from December 23, 2008 until January 1, 2009. The new session of the Festival, which began Tuesday, is unique with a dates contest and its completion ...  >>MORE

Security preparations underway for World's Largest Camel Festival

Posted on 21/12/2008

As the world's largest camel festival is about to begin in Al Dhaffra, security protection for the much awaited event is being discussed at the Police Directorate in the Western Region in Abu Dhabi. The Police will ensure round the clock help and assistance for the participants as well as the tourists who come to witness one of the world's rare contests, the camel beauty pageant. The Abu Dhabi Authority for Culture and Heritage (ADACH) is organizing the 2nd Al Dhaffra Festival 2008/2009, ...  >>MORE

Racing season fires passions of camel owners across UAE

Posted on 20/12/2008

Watching camels gallop to the finish line flanked by four wheelers driving down a wide sandy race course makes for an entertaining morning for those looking for a unique daytrip, either to awe the kids or introduce visiting family to UAE sports. The Zayed Cup takes place every year and is earmarked by camel trainers and owners who enter their camels to take part in races with as many as 60 other camels. A good proportion of participants are rewarded, though the first 10 camels to cross the ...  >>MORE

Preparations in full swing for Al Dhafrah camel festival

Posted on 11/12/2008

The Al Dhafrah Festival organising committee is preparing to kick off the big event on December 23 in Madinat Zayed, Al Gharbia (Western Region). It will run until January 1. The festival is organised by the Abu Dhabi Authority for Culture and Heritage (ADACH) and is part of its strategy to preserve cultural heritage in the UAE. It has been organised under the patronage of General Sheikh Mohammad Bin Zayed Al Nahyan, Abu Dhabi Crown Prince and Deputy Supreme Commander of the UAE Armed ...  >>MORE

Dubai eGovernment signs MoU with Dubai Camel Club

Posted on 21/10/2008

Dubai eGovernment announced yesterday the signing of a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with the Dubai Camel Club to facilitate the electronic management of camel races held at the Club in Nadd Al Sheba. The MoU was signed on the sidelines of Dubai eGovernment's participation in GITEX Technology Week 2008. Dubai Camel Club has recently signed an agreement with Softest, a Dubai-based software company, whereby the latter will develop an electronic system for automating processes and ...  >>MORE

UAE wins high praise for speedy rehabilitation of former camel jockeys in Sudan

Posted on 01/07/2008

A high-ranking delegation from the UAE Interior Ministry came in for high praise from the Sudanese government during its five day visit to the country as part of the UAE's commitment to ensure the speedy rehabilitation of children who earlier worked as camel jockeys. Implemented by UNICEF in collaboration with various ministries of the Sudanese government, including the National Council for Child Welfare (NCCW), the UAE-backed programmes aim to achieve a seamless reintegration of the former ...  >>MORE

UAE interior ministry delegation continue tour of Sudan

Posted on 26/06/2008

A high-ranking delegation from the UAE Ministry of Interior, which is currently on a visit to Sudan, toured the states of Gadarif and Kasala to review the progress of UAE-backed rehabilitation efforts for former camel jockeys. The programmes are being implemented by UNICEF in collaboration with various ministries of the Sudanese government, including the National Council for Child Welfare (NCCW) and the regional councils in the two states. During the visit, the delegation held discussions with ...  >>MORE

UAE Interior Ministry delegation visits Sudan over former camel jockeys

Posted on 24/06/2008

A delegation from the UAE Interior Ministry arrived in Khartoum on Sunday, on a five-day visit to oversee the implementation of a UAE-backed UNICEF programme for ensuring the speedy rehabilitation of former camel jockeys in Sudan. The visit comes close on the heels of the delegation's earlier trip to Pakistan and Mauritania, demonstrating the UAE's committed support to combating child abuse and ensuring the restoration and protection of children's human rights. The UAE delegation met with ...  >>MORE

UAE delegation to visit Sudan in support of Former Camel Jockey Rehabilitation Programmes

Posted on 23/06/2008

Under the directive of His Highness Lt. General Sheikh Saif Bin Zayed Al Nahyan, UAE Minister of Interior, a delegation led by Brigadier Nasser Al Awadhi Yahya Al Minhali, Head of the Special Committee on Former Camel Jockeys, will travel to Sudan to follow-up on the UAE government's support of UNICEF programmes set up in the African nation to assist children formerly employed as camel jockeys in the UAE. During its five day visit to Sudan, starting today, the UAE delegation will meet with ...  >>MORE

UAE Delegation Holds Workshop on Child Trafficking for Mauritania Judiciary

Posted on 31/05/2008

Nouakchott-Mauritania - The UAE Ministry of Interior and UNICEF organised a two-day training workshop on child smuggling and trafficking in Nouakchott, as part of its three-day visit to Mauritania to oversee and ensure the speedy rehabilitation of Mauritanian children who once worked as camel jockeys. His Excellency Yahya Ould Sid'el Moustaph, Mauritanian Minister for Justice, inaugurated the workshop for judges and legal aides in Mauritania. The inaugural session was attended by Brigadier ...  >>MORE

UAE delegation visits Mauritania to follow-up jockeys rehabilitation project

Posted on 28/05/2008

Nouakchott - A high-level delegation from the UAE Interior Ministry paid a three-day visit to Mauritania to oversee the implementation of a UAE-backed UNICEF programme for ensuring the speedy rehabilitation of Mauritanian children who once worked as camel jockeys in the UAE. Led by Brigadier Nasser Al Awadhi Al-Minhali, Chairman of the Special Committee for Rehabilitation of Camel Jockeys, the delegation's visit demonstrated the UAE's committed support to the Mauritanian government for ...  >>MORE

UAE delegation heads for Mauritania for rehabilitation of former camel jockeys

Posted on 25/05/2008

An official delegation from the UAE Interior Ministry will leave for Mauritania soon to oversee the progress of a UAE-backed UNICEF programme aimed at rehabilitating Mauritanian children who once worked as camel jockeys in UAE. UAE banned the practice of employing children as camel jockeys, earlier in 2005. The visit of the delegation comes as per directives from Interior Minister Lt.General HH Sheikh Saif bin Zayed Al Nahyan, and will be headed by Brig. Nasser Al Awadhi Al Minhali, chairman ...  >>MORE

Pakistani media hails UAE's efforts to rehabilitate camel jockeys

Posted on 19/05/2008

Pakistan's newspapers hailed yesterday the efforts of UAE in rehabilitating children, who worked earlier as camel jockeys. The 'Daily News' published an article on Sunday appreciating these efforts. It said: 'Pakistan, UAE and UNICEF have come up with a regional solution to end child trafficking for camel jockeys 'The UAE introduced a law to ban the use of children in camel races in the UAE. The child jockeys will be replaced by robot jockeys 'It suggested stiff penalties for those caught ...  >>MORE

Pakistan hails UAE's contribution to child protection fund

Posted on 11/05/2008

Islamabad - Advisor to Pakistan's Prime Minister on Interior Affairs and Narcotics Control Rehman Malik has appreciated the recent contribution of US$67,000 by the UAE to the endowment fund of the Child Protection and Welfare Bureau which was created by the UAE government, reported Pakistan Daily. Malik further lauded the initiatives taken by the UAE government to rehabilitate the deprived children through rehabilitation centres where they are properly treated and made active members of the ...  >>MORE

Senior UAE officials inspect ground breaking programs in support of former camel jockeys in Pakistan

Posted on 08/05/2008

Islamabad - Brigadier Nasser Aloadi Yahya Al-Minhali arrived in Pakistan Sunday with the UAE's Special Committee on former camel jockeys to begin a three-day inspection tour of the groundbreaking UNICEF programs helping the children. The Committee members began their visit Monday with a briefing by UNICEF on the welfare of the children who were repatriated from the UAE and reunited with their families. The Committee visited Multan and nearby communities to inspect centres set up for the ...  >>MORE

Mohammed hailed for encouraging contestants at camel beauty pageant

Posted on 20/04/2008

The directives of General Sheikh Mohammed bin Zayed Al Nahyan, Crown Prince of Abu Dhabi and Deputy Supreme Commander of the UAE Armed Forces, to offer financial prizes also to the participants in the Mazayin Dhafra Camel Festival, especially from the GCC nations, who had not won any prizes in the competitions were proof to his wisdom, according to Mohammed Khalaf Al Mazrouie, Director-General of Abu Dhabi Culture and Heritage Authority. This would encourage them to do all their best in the ...  >>MORE

Mohammed bin Zayed visits Mazynat Al Dhafra camel festival

Posted on 13/04/2008

General HH Sheikh Mohammed bin Zayed Al Nahyan, Crown Prince of Abu Dhabi and Deputy Supreme Commander of the UAE Armed Forces yesterday visited the site of Mazaynat Al Dhafra Camel Festival in the Western Region. Sheikh Mohammed lauded the success made by the festival which emanates from the keenness of the UAE, under the wise leadership of President His Highness Sheikh Khalifa bin Zayed Al Nahyan, to preserve its deep rooted traditions and heritage. "The Bedouin way of life is characterized ...  >>MORE

Soogan wins the challenge round in the camel beauty pageant

Posted on 13/04/2008

Six year old Soogan, owned by Sheikh Zayed bin Hamdan bin Zayed Al Nahyan, won the challenge round of beauty contest (Muzayana) in the 'Zamool category' of pure-bred camels belonging to Sheikhs. Sheikh Zayed bin Hamdan entered today for the first time with his camel in the Muzayana arena to support the contest. One of the tens of categories in the contest is reserved for camels owned by Sheikhs. Over ten thousand camels from various countries participate in the nine-day contest to find the most ...  >>MORE

UAE-UNICEF officials meet

Posted on 27/03/2008

UAE and UNICEF officials held their eighth meeting in Abu Dhabi yesterday to assess progress on the rehabilitation of former young jockeys. The UAE side was headed by Col. Nasser Al Awadi, Head of Camel Racing Department at the Ministry of Interior while the UNICEF side was headed by Ghassan Khalil, UNICEF Director in the UAE. The meeting touched on issues such as compensations and re-integration of ex-jockeys into the mainstream society in their home countries. A programme by the UAE Ministry ...  >>MORE

Camel gala offers Dh35m in prizes

Posted on 26/03/2008

A total of Dh35 million prize money is to be given away during the first Mazayin Dhafra Camel Festival being organised in the Western Region next month, said an official. Ganem Huraiz Al Mazroui, director of the competition, told a press conference on Tuesday the winners will get Dh35 million in cash prizes and 100 cars will also be given away. He said around 2,000 competitors had registered for the competition so far and the number is expected to increase. A 'camel beauty contest' among other ...  >>MORE

UAE camels clear of mystery killer disease, say scientists

Posted on 26/12/2007

The mysterious bug which has killed thousands of camels has not affected herds in the UAE as scientists and authorities are closely monitoring the situation. The disease recently killed thousands of camels in neighbouring Saudi Arabia, sending a wave of panic among farmers and scientists who are baffled as to what the disease is and its cause. Dr Ghaleb A. Al Hadrami, Dean of the College of Food and Agriculture at the UAE University, said no trace of any such disease had yet been found ...  >>MORE

Workshop on child camel jockeys

Posted on 17/12/2007

Lieutenant General Saif Abdullah Al Sha'far, Under Secretary of the Interior Ministry, opened yesterday a workshop on compensation and rehabilitation of children who had served as camel jockeys. The two-day workshop is being held under the patronage of Lt. General Sheikh Saif bin Zayed Al Nahyan, Minister of Interior, and is attended by representatives of the concerned countries and the director of the Childhood Protection Programme at the UNICEF”s UAE Office. Al Sha'far voiced the UAE ...  >>MORE

Rehabilitation projects for ex-jockeys reviewed

Posted on 27/11/2007

Officials from the UAE Ministry of Interior and UNICEF met here today to review progress on projects aimed at rehabilitating and re-integrating former child jockeys into their indigenous societies. The two sides stressed the need to reinforce their current partnership to ensure that ex-child jockeys have started a fresh and happy socio-economic life. The meeting was attended on the UAE side by Col. Nasser Al Awadi Al Manhali, Director of Camel Races Section at the Ministry of Interior and on ...  >>MORE

Independent claims facility for child camel jockeys

Posted on 07/07/2007

The UAE Ministry of Interior and government representatives from Sudan, Bangladesh, Mauritania and Pakistan held a series of meetings to lay the foundation for an Independent Claims Facility to compensate child camel jockeys from these countries. Organised by the UAE Ministry of Interior, the meetings, held at Emirates Towers from 26-27 June, are an extension of the agreement reached earlier this year between the UAE Government and the involved countries. The mandate of the meeting included ...  >>MORE

UAE fund to compensate camel jockeys

Posted on 05/07/2007

A fund will be set up to compensate under-age camel jockeys from Bangladesh, Mauritania, Pakistan and Sudan, a senior official said yesterday. "An Independent Claims Facility will be established to pay compensation to children ... who were formerly involved in camel racing in the UAE," said Colonel Nasser Al Awadi Al Menhali, director of the Abu Dhabi Naturalisation and Residency Department. The UAE in 2005 banned child labour in the camel racing business and signed an agreement with the ...  >>MORE

Unicef lauds UAE’s efforts to rehabilitate child jockeys

Posted on 11/06/2007

Major-General Saif Abdullah Al Shafar, Under-Secretary of the Ministry of the Interior, received Dr Ayman Abu Laban, Representative of the United Nations Children's Fund (Unicef) in the Arabian Gulf Region, in his office yesterday. They discussed the actions taken after the signing of the second agreement between the UAE and Unicef on the rehabilitation of children formerly employed in camel racing. Dr Ayman Abu Laban expressed his gratitude and appreciation to the Ministry of Interior for ...  >>MORE

Page: 1 | 2 | 3 | 4 | 5

RETURN TO TOP | WAM UP TO THE MINUTE NEWS

Quick List

Camels a key part of UAE's rich heritage


UAE embassy in London issues statement to clarify media reports of "underage" camel jockeys in the UAE


Pakistani Government commends UAE's support to child camel jockeys


‘Milky Camel’ category added to Dhafra Festival


UNICEF official hails UAE's projects for rehabilitation of child jockeys


UAE produced world's first ever cloned camel


Abu Dhabi to launch third session of Camel Festival


Hamdan Bin Mohammed, Ahmed Bin Mohammed open Al Marmoum camel festival


Celebrating the President’s camels


UAE Environment and Water Minister issues measures on importation, exportation of camels


Interior ministry delegation visits Bangladesh to compensate camel jockeys


President, VP, Rulers and Crown Princes attend annual Arab Camel Contest


Hamdan Bin Mohammed attends camel festival at Al Marmoom


Mohammed bin Rashid attends camel race


Camel auction charms tourists


Abu Dhabi's popular market shines bright at Dhafra Festival 2009


Security preparations underway for World's Largest Camel Festival


Racing season fires passions of camel owners across UAE


Preparations in full swing for Al Dhafrah camel festival


Dubai eGovernment signs MoU with Dubai Camel Club


UAE wins high praise for speedy rehabilitation of former camel jockeys in Sudan


UAE interior ministry delegation continue tour of Sudan


UAE Interior Ministry delegation visits Sudan over former camel jockeys


UAE delegation to visit Sudan in support of Former Camel Jockey Rehabilitation Programmes


UAE Delegation Holds Workshop on Child Trafficking for Mauritania Judiciary


UAE delegation visits Mauritania to follow-up jockeys rehabilitation project


UAE delegation heads for Mauritania for rehabilitation of former camel jockeys


Pakistani media hails UAE's efforts to rehabilitate camel jockeys


Pakistan hails UAE's contribution to child protection fund


Senior UAE officials inspect ground breaking programs in support of former camel jockeys in Pakistan


Mohammed hailed for encouraging contestants at camel beauty pageant


Mohammed bin Zayed visits Mazynat Al Dhafra camel festival


Soogan wins the challenge round in the camel beauty pageant


UAE-UNICEF officials meet


Camel gala offers Dh35m in prizes


UAE camels clear of mystery killer disease, say scientists


Workshop on child camel jockeys


Rehabilitation projects for ex-jockeys reviewed


Independent claims facility for child camel jockeys


UAE fund to compensate camel jockeys


Unicef lauds UAE’s efforts to rehabilitate child jockeys