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Aisha Al Saifi

Aisha Al Saifi is an Omani writer was raised in Nizwa. She graduated with honours from Sultan Qaboos University in 2010 with a Bachelor's degree in civil engineering, and from University College London (UCL) in 2019 with a Master's degree in engineering and international development.


Al Saifi worked as an engineer and project manager in the ports industry following her graduation from university. In addition, she has a history of holding prominent roles in both the public and private spheres. Most recently, she served as Vice President of the Sultanate's National Investment Program.


However, Al Saifi left her engineering job to focus on her love of poetry. In 2017, she took part in the Prince of Poets program and won the Princess of Poets title, becoming the first Arab woman to hold such a title.

Aisha Al Saifi

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    Achievement Under Fire: Being a Successful Woman

    Award-winning Omani poet Aisha Al Saifi and Iraqi journalist, broadcaster and novelist Sarah Al Sarraf explore the fickle business of being a successful woman.


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    50.00 AED



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    Arabic Poetry & Oud Night

    Join us for a magical night of Arabic poetry and music featuring spellbinding performances from Mohammed Alhebsi, Amal Al Sahlawi, Aisha Al Saifi, Ahmed Bakheet and Shihab Ghanem.

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    120.00 AED

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    Desert Stanzas

    An annual highlight in the Dubai cultural calendar, Desert Stanzas is the Festival’s unforgettable night of celebration and rapture featuring poetry and spoken word from around the world.

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    425.00 AED


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