A Saudi woman wins the World Customs Award

Nashwa Taher

By Iqbal Tamimi

Nashwa Bint Abdulhadi Taher, former board member of the Jeddah Chamber and the Chairperson of the Committee of Commerce Chamber won the World Customs Organization’s award. 

Taher  is  the first Arab business woman to receive the 2011 award, in recognition of her efforts in the commercial management sector and for fighting commercial fraud. She received the award from the Director General of Saudi Customs Saleh el-Khelewi.

{jcomments on}

The World Customs Award is organized by the «World Customs Organization» to highlight the efforts of 174 Member States in fight commercial fraud and the protection of intellectual property rights.






Share this post Share on FacebookShare on Google+Tweet about this on TwitterShare on LinkedInEmail this to someone

Related posts

Syrian-American Mona Haydar Raps about Hijab

Syrian-American Mona Haydar Raps about Hijab

A poet from Flint, Michigan, who posted her music rap video on Facebook this week about wrapping and wearing a hijab has seen her song go viral. The song, “Hijabi,” written and performed by 28-year-old Syrian-American Mona Haydar is catchy and fun, an ethos the video, produced and directed...

Palestinian woman, Reem Al-Safadi works as a blacksmith at Ourif town near the city of Nablus.

Palestinian woman, Reem Al-Safadi works as a blacksmith at Ourif town near the city of Nablus.

 

Photo of the Palestinian “Jawahir Kawar” Founder of Renaissance Women’s Club in the city of Nazareth in 1937

Photo of the Palestinian "Jawahir Kawar" Founder of Renaissance Women's Club in the city of Nazareth in 1937

Photo of the Palestinian "Jawahir Kawar" Founder of Renaissance Women's Club in the city of Nazareth in 1937

Leave a comment