Wafaa Ben Khalifa- dynamic, glamorous- a multi-tasked entrepreneur. Her most recent project was producing a successful woman’s magazine Sabrina, published in Lebanon and distributed in throughout Saudi Arabia, the gulf and the Maghreb. This publication stamped with the approval of the key authorities, this media achievement was extremely popular; it dealt with women’s popular issues and focusing on conservative fashion, appealing to fashionistas. Wafaa has focused on having a vital role in women, their life, their achievements, and their role as a key component part of family with her media acumen.
Now aiming into the year 2018, Wafaa Ben Khalifa founded her new organization based in London, “Gate of the Golden Dawn” Association that deals with children’s welfare. She wants to promote their interests and their abilities in the arts, and future independence in the trade field. Along these lines, she is offering humanitarian support and assistance (regardless) of their faith, race, or creed. She wants to promote their interests and their abilities in the arts, and future independence in the trade field.
On January 19th, Society & Diplomatic Review hosted a well-attended dinner at a prestigious closed-circuit club to honour Wafaa Benkhalifa, Goodwill Ambassador of the UN Global Compact working in partnership with UNICEF and Save the Children in celebration of the launch of her new foundation, Gate of the Golden Dawn Association.
Among the attendees were Ambassador Paolo Zampolli of Dominica to the United Nations, Ambassador Mohamed Khaled Khiari of Tunisia to the United Nations, and Ambassador Maria Theofili of Greece to the United Nations.
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