Category Archives : 1000.Kuwait

Nabeela Al-Mulla (Kuwait)

“Being the first Arab woman to chair the Board of Governors of the IAEA fills me with pride and shows all women in the world that they have the chance to make the world better and safer.” Nabeela Abdulla Al-Mulla, born in Kuwait, is currently the Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary and the Permanent Representative of […]



Mudi Al-Essa (Kuwait)

“The teachings of my religion, Islam, encourage me to assist all people, especially those with special needs. Bringing happiness to the handicapped and their families motivates me to work with KSH.” Mudi Al-Essa, born in the 1920s, was nine years old when she used to assist her father in giving aid to unfortunate people he […]

Lulwa Al-Qitami (Kuwait)

“I shall continue my work to increase public awareness of women’s role in society’s welfare and to explain that women’s political participation is congruous with the religious teachings of Islam.” Lulwa Al-Qitami, born 1931 in Kuwait, completed her education in Edinburgh between 1952 and 1960. Illuminated by British women’s energetic participation in their society, she […]