DEWA expresses pleasure in success of ‘Dubai Fitness Challenge 2022’ initiative

Dubai Electricity and Water Authority took the initiative to participate in the ongoing Dubai Fitness Challenge 2022, '30 x 30,' which started on 29 October and will be ending on 27 November.

Dubai Electricity and Water Authority DEWA took the initiative to participate in the ongoing Dubai Fitness Challenge 2022, ’30 x 30,’ which started on 29 October and will be ending on 27 November.

The Dubai Fitness Challenge is a 30-day fitness challenge which is being followed by the whole city. The challenge promotes 30 minutes of physical activities for 30 days.

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As per the information shared by the official Facebook page of the Dubai Electricity and Water Authority, The Organization acknowledges the efforts made by the citizens during the ongoing Dubai Fitness Challenge.

The Dubai Electricity and Water Authority also added that Dubai Fitness Challenge 2022 aims to promote the importance of fitness and health among the Emirati culture of the United Arab Emirates.

The Organization added that it values and is delighted to be a part of the success story and increasing popularity of the ongoing Dubai Fitness Challenge 30 X 30.

Recently Dubai Police has also organized a walk event under the Dubai Fitness Challenge 2022; Dubai Police has been quite active in promoting the importance of physical activities and fitness among the citizens.

While sharing a video related to the Dubai Fitness Challenge on the Facebook page of “Dubai Electricity and Water Authority – DEWA the organization captioned,” As part of its community responsibility, the authority is keen to be an integral part of the success story of the #DubaiFitnessChallenge initiative to contribute to making sport an essential part of the culture of the Emirati community.”

In addition, the page added, “As part of its social responsibility, DEWA values being a part of the success story of the #DubaiFitnessChallenge initiative, which aims to make sport an essential part of UAE culture.”

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Photo Courtesy: Gulf Business

Tariq Saeed

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