Thirteen influential Arab women participate in TV series
Source: Unilever and B4U Aflam , Author: Posted by BI-ME staff
Posted: Mon February 12, 2018 1:46 pm


UAE– February 12, 2018: As part of its global initiative to empower 5 million women by 2020 through the power of its brands, B4U Aflam has produced a mini- TV series named ‘Imraa W aftakher’ along with Unilever Middle East.
 
The new show features 13 influential women from the Middle East who share candid stories about their personal experiences, challenges and what it takes to be a proud strong woman.  
 
This special 15-minute episode will be featured exclusively on B4U Aflam every Wednesday at 8 PM UAE till March 2018 with a re-run-on Thursdays at 1:30 and 7:30 PM UAE. The women featured in the series include: Raha Moharrak, Mona Al Mansouri, Huda Al Khurayif, Dr. Maryam Matar, Nayla Alkhaja, Luma Bourisli, Diana Hamade, May Al Abani, Noora Almarzooqi, Zeynab El-helw, Sara Bint Mohammad, Hatun Madani, and Lara Tabett.  
 
A Unilever spokesperson said, ““We are happy to associate with a show where women are proving to be a key driving force. Be it a mother or an entrepreneur; every woman deserves to be proud of herself and this series is produced to inspire and empower them.”
 
Zeeshan Sajid Amin – Business head B4U Network ME said, “The mini-series gives a strong voice to all women to be empowered and “how-to” achieve personal success. The show features real – women discussing today’s issues, struggles and achievements.”

Photo Captions:
1. (above)  Nayla Alkhaja , one of the women participating in the "Imraa W aftakher" mini-series
2. (inset)  For illustrative purposes only (File photo)

 

 

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