WOROUD MOHAMMED

This experience gave me self-confidence and the sense of the importance of my role in society. Women have proven their role in all fields and have proven that a woman’s capabilities are not less than a man’s.

Woroud Mohammed Badr Mustafa bani Irsheed, Jordan

SAEEDA THANI

Cadets from other countries greeted us with extreme happiness. It was a strange feeling because we don’t know each other. We became a family with people from different countries. From my past military experience, it was not easy to deal with participants during training, but in the end, I was able to gain their confidence and compassion.

Saeeda Thani Khamis Al Dossary, Bahrain

Woroud Mohammed Badr Mustafa bani Irsheed, Jordan

“This experience gave me self-confidence and the sense of the importance of my role in society. Women have proven their role in all fields and have proven that a woman’s capabilities are not less than a man’s.”

Saeeda Thani Khamis Al Dossary, Bahrain

“Cadets from other countries greeted us with extreme happiness. It was a strange feeling because we don’t know each other. We became a family with people from different countries. From my past military experience, it was not easy to deal with participants during training, but in the end, I was able to gain their confidence and compassion.”

MAI MOHI AJLAN

I continuously write research papers that I present to those interested in the importance of the presence of women in the police and military sectors, specifically on the importance of women’s roles within peacekeeping operations. My knowledge of international humanitarian law has enhanced my research. My life has radically changed since the end of the progamme and I continue to learn.

Mai Mohi Ajlan, Civil Sector, Researcher Specializing in Peace Operations (Egypt)

ILHAM

It was completely different from my duties and responsibilities at work. At first, I was worried I wouldn’t be able to withstand the training in a desert environment, but with the support I received from the cadets I enjoyed training, demonstrating my skills, and using real weapons.

Ilham Al Arini, Saudi Arabia

Mai Mohi Ajlan, Civil Sector, Researcher specializing in peace operations (Egypt)

“I continuously write research papers that I present to those interested in the importance of the presence of women in the police and military sectors, specifically on the importance of women’s roles within peacekeeping operations. My knowledge of international humanitarian law has enhanced my research. My life has radically changed since the end of the progamme and I continue to learn.”

Ilham Al Arini, Saudi Arabia

“It was completely different from my duties and responsibilities at work. At first, I was worried I wouldn’t be able to withstand the training in a desert environment, but with the support I received from the cadets I enjoyed training, demonstrating my skills, and using real weapons.”