‘mama fathia’ A Mother Of 34 Adopted Girls Won The ‘Hope Maker’ Award

Manar Eissa

Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Vice President and Prime Minister of the UAE and Ruler of Dubai, honored the winners of the Hope Makers Initiative in its fourth session, in a special ceremony in Dubai. Mama Fathia” was among the 58,000 participants, and she got to the four honorees for her journey with her husband to adopt 34 orphan girls after experiencing infertility.

“Mama Fathia” received widespread interaction with her story during the closing ceremony of Hope Makers, especially after she cried during her presentation and the introduction of her story.

She said: “Happiness makes all pain disappear. The feeling of motherhood for the deprived is greater, but God honored me and satisfied me with my 34 children.”

She indicated that her husband, Abdel-Al Muhammad, played a major role in her life, and in raising the children until they are now between 16 and 17 years old.

Fathia said that the award will be allocated entirely to the continuation of her journey in raising and educating girls, directing her speech to two of her daughters, Sahar and Yasmine, who were with her: “I only want doctors and engineers, and may God honor me and see them as brides.”

Mama Fathia adopted her 34 daughters at ages 8 and 9 and ensured they received a good education. Now 15 and 16, they excel in school, making her the “ideal mother”

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