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Sabah Ismail Al-Haidoos is CEO a of the Silatech and Director of Education Institute of the Supreme Education Council in Qatari education.
Sabah Al-Haidoos started her activities in the field of education. At first she became as a Mathematics teacher primary school (1986—1994) and high school (1995—1998) in Al-Bayan School. After that she was appointed to the presidency of Education Institute of the Supreme Education Council in Qatari education (2004—2012).
- Certificate of appreciation from UNESCO in the category of specialization teachers in recognition of the distinguished efforts in the service of education in her country October 1995.
- Create high-level motivation for female students at 13-year-old schools during the course of teaching mathematics, during which no student achieved a degree of achievement less than 80%.
- The first director of a women's institution in the State of Qatar.
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