The Voluntary Work Unit at the UQU College of Pharmacy celebrated the 90th National Day of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. The celebration took place on Wednesday, 6 Safar 1442 A.H., via the Zoom platform, at 5 p.m. It was presented by the pharmacist Farah Al-Saadi, and was opened with a speech by His Excellency the Dean of the College of Pharmacy, Dr. Faisal bin Atiq Al-Maliki. In his speech, His Excellency reviewed the efforts of the founder of the kingdom, King Abdulaziz (may Allah bless his soul), and his righteous sons after him in unifying, progressing, and developing this country, which became, by the grace of Allah, and secondly by the efforts of its leaders, among the ranks of developed countries.
The ceremony included several programs. The introduction was followed by a speech by the Vice Dean for the Female Section, Dr. Alaa bint Muhammad Ali Al-Zhafir Al-Qahtani. Next was a speech by the Supervisor of the Voluntary Work Unit, Dr. Yusra bint Zakariyya Al-Hindi. Then Dr. Hanan Al-Harbi gave a presentation about the efforts exerted by the kingdom to address the coronavirus outbreak. Finally, Dr. Naglaa bint Ubaid gave a presentation entitled: "Patriotic Sentiments". A number of academic members and students of the college participated by expressing their feelings in words, poems, and stories of their volunteer efforts that expressed their love for their homeland. The ceremony was concluded with a health education competition presented by Dr. Khulud Ghazzawi.