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KUWAIT CITY, March 15: The Holy Spirit University in Kaslik, Lebanon, has recognized the Kuwaiti social entrepreneur, Sheikha Intisar Salem Al-Ali Al-Sabah, for her partnership with the university and continuous support of students pursuing a master’s degree in “Drama Therapy”. The ceremony was attended by the Minister Plenipotentiary and Chargé d’Affaires of the State of Kuwait to the Lebanese Republic, Abdullah Al-Shaheen, embassy staff, professors, and students from the university.
Sheikha Intisar Al-Sabah expressed her gratitude, stating that her recognition by a Lebanese university is a tribute to the Kuwaiti people, Kuwaiti women, and the changes that will occur with women in Kuwait, Lebanon, and the Arab world through psychology in drama. She emphasized that educating women and making them productive leads to their psychological and financial stability and creates a peaceful society.
The partnership between the Sheikha Intisar Al-Sabah Foundation and the Holy Spirit University began four years ago and has extended beyond Lebanon, achieving great success in preparing women leaders in Kuwait and increasing the confidence of Jordanian girls and women through drama therapy. The Drama Therapy program, which is unique in the Middle East and is awarded in cooperation with the French Sorbonne University, was launched during the honoring ceremony in a specially equipped hall.
Father Dr. Talal Al-Hashem, President of the Holy Spirit University, highlighted that the university’s strategy is to cooperate, interact, and exchange experiences culturally, civilizationally, and humanly with Arab and other societies beyond Lebanon’s borders. The university includes a number of Kuwaiti students in various specializations, especially in the music department, as well as students from various Arab countries.