I celebrated the Rashid 20th Anniversary on my way

Emirati adventurer Saeed Khamis Al Maamari raised  a banner emblazoned with the words of His Highness Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, UAE Vice President, Prime Minister and Ruler of Dubai, on the summit of Mount Elbrus (5642 meters) ,

which is one of the Seven Summits and the highest peak on the continent of Europe.

The banner bore His Highness’s quote: “the UAE will remain an inexhaustible oasis of benevolence  as long as there’s life" besides the Rashid Center for the Disabled 20th Anniversary slogan “20 Years of Giving”.

Adventurer Al Maamari pointed out that he wanted to convey the humanitarian voice of the UAE to the world after it has become a beacon of  benevolence, thanks to the wise leadership and guidance of His Highness Sheikh Khalifa bin Zayed Al Nahyan "May God protect him" and His Highness Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, UAE Vice President, Prime Minister Ruler of Dubai , and coinciding with Rashid Center for the Disabled  20th anniversary was the way the adventurer Al Maamari wanted to celebrate the anniversary, his own way in conveying the humanitarian message of the center and objectives to the world due to the centre’s great services for the disabled .

Mrs. Mariam Othman, Director of the Rashid Center for the Disabled, thanked adventurer Al Maamari and was pleased with the idea that gave Rashid Center for the Disabled global attention and highlight through the adventure of Al Maamari especially since the center has many humanitarian initiatives to convey its message outside the borders of the UAE and move it to the world.

It is worth mentioning that the adventurer Al Maamari previously climbed several peaks world, including Everest and Aconcagua and Denali and Kilimanjaro and Elbrus and Vinson Massif and Carstensz Pyramid or “Puncak Jaya”. He also entered several caves in the world, including the largest cave in the world cave Son Doong in Vietnam, and the most beautiful cave in the world Paradise Cave in Vietnam and some of the caves in the United Arab Emirates, Oman and many countries of the world.