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“Barari” honors Mohammed Nawaz Khan at a ceremony in Abu Dhabi
Thursday, 29th December 2016
“Barari”, Forest Management Company, honored the senior advisor of the CEO, Mr. Mohammed Nawaz Khan in recognition of his substantial contributions during 4 decades of service in forest development in the Emirate of Abu Dhabi, and for his long experience, which had come to be the backbone of the company’s endeavors to enhance these environmental forests systems.
The ceremony was held recently, with the presence of the CEO Mr. Ahmed Alblooki; as well as a group of Barari’s senior employees and executives.
The ceremony featured a speech by Mr. Ablooki, whereby he expressed his great appreciation for Mr. Nawaz and his significant contributions to serve the corporate and his pivotal role in developing Abu Dhabi’s forests since 1976. He also reposed his trust, during the speech, in the executives and all the staff, and motivated them to move forward to gain more experience. He also approved many initiatives, which serve the workers and the work environment such as the distinct worker initiative and the outstanding technician, and some others to the same effect. In conclusion, Ablooki stressed on the Company's commitment to provide all the needed support to the workers to excel in their work, which in turn serves the work objectives and enhances the training level and promotes the capabilities.
Mr. Ablooki presented the Company’s gift to Mr. Nawaz immediately after his speech amid a festive atmosphere, which witnessed the interaction of the audience with Mr. Nawaz, as they congratulated him on his honoring, and wishing him continuous success and greater efforts.
Mr. Nawaz participated in many development activities at Barari Forest Management Company since the Company’s foundation in 2007. However, his contributions to Abu Dhabi’s forests date back to 1976, where he worked in forests development in many areas including Al Ain, Remah, the Western Area, Al fo’a, Al Rawda, Al Wathba Beda Alharb and others. In 1979, Nawaz became a member at Forests Inspe

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