In fact, the Sultan considers Omani women to be the strong and stable backbone that unites Omanis and encourages their determination. She was born with no hands and at the age of three was adopted and raised by a single Omani mother. Despite her disability, she never went to a special-needs school, which encouraged her to stand up for herself and be independent and proud of who she is.
She used art as therapy to express her feelings and document her experiences. Now, at the age of thirty, she is one of the most in-demand artists for her graphic design, animation, art and talk show. She is known for her unique efforts to raise awareness about mental health in Oman and the Gulf region.
Women Achievers Awards, and an Honorary Doctorate for youth volunteer projects. During her professional career, she has won four singles and four doubles titles on the ITF tour.
Nike made a video about her as a unique example and role model for women athletes in the Arab World. Challenging social norms, Al Baluchi proved herself in completely male-dominated profession, proving to women in Oman that they can do everything they aspire to reach.
She started her career by flying Boeing s, and moved to eventually co-piloting the amazing Airbus A Then, she moved to participating in competitive sailing, and she joined different sailing races around Oman and the Arab countries.
Now, Al Salmi is focusing on starting a trip around the world. She inherited her fighting skills from her father who is an instructor too, and who encouraged her to train from the age of three.
Although it is an unusual sport to be practised by women in Oman, Al Abdali participated in around ten competitions in the country, in which she won eight gold and two silver medals. She is studying urban planning at the GUtech university in Oman, and is expected to teach taekwondo to women there. She also likes to design clothes, and sometimes does so for herself.
She works hard to facilitate sessions for Omanis to learn about entrepreneurship, empowerment, creativity and innovation and personal development. Although she has always been afraid of speaking in public, Al Adawi challenged social norms and her own fears to work to empower others and help them to accomplish their goals.
She trains civil society organizations around Oman, and she is a member of Tawasul, which is one of the leading social enterprises of the country.
Al Haj also has her own website where she publishes some of her researches and reflect on her thoughts and opinions.
|TV Sports Calendar||March 27, "To sign a contract with this team, the winningest for six years in a row and one of the most established on the World Tour, is a major thing, hard to believe it is actually happening.|
|Premier League Football on TV, Highlights and Live Broadcasts /19||But the time for experimentation and preparation is finally over and the real test for the coach and his new-look team starts as India take on Oman in the first match of the World Cup qualifiers here on Thursday. Not only will India be playing a team that is 16 rungs above them in FIFA rankings, Oman also enjoy a superior head-to-head with four wins, two draws and just one loss against their less-fancied hosts.|