Lamberton, 21st March—International Women’s Month
On International Women’s Month, a global occasion, Duchess Nivin El-Gamal of Lamberton was awarded the prestigious honor and certificate of appreciation for outstanding women.
Duchess Nivin El-Gamal
Duchess Nivin El-Gamal, an accomplished and influential figure in her community, has long championed women’s rights and empowerment.
Through her philanthropic work and leadership, she has made a significant impact in advancing the cause of women’s equality and empowerment, both locally and globally.
Some of the biggest names in the fashion industry, including designers, models, and influencers gathered to celebrate the achievements of women from around the world. The Award of Honour and Certificate of Appreciation was presented to Duchess Nivin El-Gamal in recognition of her outstanding contributions to the fashion industry. This culminates from Duchess Nivin El-Gamal’s efforts to empower and inspire women everywhere.
In addition to her contributions to the fashion industry, Duchess Nivin El-Gamal has attracted attention for well-known philanthropy. She involves herself in a plethora of charitable organizations and for years has worked tirelessly to promote women’s rights and equality.
Comments From Duchess Nivin El-Gamal
“I am deeply humbled and honored to receive this award on this International Women’s Month. It is a testament to the hard work and dedication of all those who have worked tirelessly to promote women’s rights and empowerment. I hope that this recognition will inspire more women to join the fight for equality and justice.”
The award ceremony was graced by a distinguished audience of diplomats, business leaders, and celebrities. These high-end representatives praised the Duchess for her commitment and contributions to the advancement of women’s causes.
Read Duchess Nivin’s Full Speech
Good afternoon, I am Nivin El Camel, Duchess of Lamberton. Thank you very much, and I am very happy with the award.
I would like to dedicate it to my son, who is the source of my steadfastness and not accepting rejection, “Sheikh Saeed bin Ahmed Al Maktoum.“
I wanted to be an extraordinary woman, an example in my job and my life for other single women. I wanted to be an ideal, extraordinary mother, fulfilling all my son’s demands—maintaining his upbringing in the Arab traditions and the Islamic religion.
Even still, the balance between work and motherhood is something that is not easy; it is a challenge and I love challenges.
Most importantly, know this: that I am doing it all for my son.
The pressures and problems of life did not prevent me from the grief and injustice of society towards women, the distinction between men and women, the judgment over them, and the promotion of rumors. It only increased my determination to persevere and continue to study develop myself more and more, as my hobby is studying, I love studying, and I spend most of my life studying so many different things to advance myself, my son, and my thoughts.
Don’t care about negativity and as Winston Churchill said: “The dogs bark, but the caravan keeps on going.”
Today, I ask every woman to stand up and adhere to her principles and her pride in advancing herself, her children, and society. Taha Hussein said, “A mother is a teacher: if you prepare her, you prepare an entire generation.”
Thank you for the Ideal Mother Award 2014.
Thanks again to the Egyptian society in the UK and Professor Magdi Abbas for nominating me for the award. Thank you for the support of all members of the community and to the President Sisi the president of the Republic, His Excellency the Consul General, and the ambassador of Egypt in the UK—Sreif Kamal