Her Highness Sheikha Jawaher bint Mohammed Al Qasimi, was conferred an honorary PhD by the Board of Trustees of the University of Sharjah in recognition of her humanitarian and social achievements locally, regionally and internationally, and its pioneering and qualitative initiatives, including its establishment of the Sharjah Women’s Club and the Supreme Council for Family Affairs that serve the social sector in the Emirate of Sharjah.
Honorary certificate of Official Recognition of Dan Grade from the International Karate Federation received from the President of the Emirati and The Asian Federations, and Vice President of the International Karate Federation, in appreciation of Her Highness’s efforts and interest in serving the future of women’s sport in Sharjah and the United Arab Emirates.
Sheikha Jawaher bint Mohammed Al Qasimi was awarded The Medal of Social Work Pioneers by The Sociological Association 2020.
Sheikha Jawaher bint Mohammed Al Qasimi was elected as the Distinguished Educational Personality of the Year 2019 in recognition of her support for education during the 25th edition of the Sharjah Award for Excellence and Educational Excellence
Sheikha Jawaher Al Qasimi was honored in the “UAE Pioneers 2017” for her impact on supporting Syrian refugees since 2013 and in collecting more than 57 million dirhams for health care, relief materials, clothing, blankets, shelter and food as well as education through The Big Heart Foundation.
Her Highness Sheikha Jawaher Al Qasimi has received King Abdullah II Award for Excellence 2015-2016 a major award for child care. The accolade, was given in recognition of the high-quality report submitted by Sharjah Health Promotion Department, which was titled ‘The Innovative Role of Sharjah in Childcare.’
Shaikha Jawaher Al Qasimi received the Golden Erbse Award 2015 from the German Centre for Fairy Tale Culture for her humanitarian efforts. The award recognizes Shaikha Jawaher’s global advocacy work on behalf of women, refugee children, cancer patients, the needy and the vulnerable.
Sheikha Jawaher Al Qasimi was honored by “Beirut Institute Summit” that was held in Abu Dhabi in October 2015 in recognition of her humanitarian work.
Sheikha Jawaher Al Qasimi has received The Golden Humanitarian Personality of the Year award by the Watani Emarat Humanitarian Work Award in 2015. This is in recognition of her contribution to humanitarian work locally and internationally as well as Her Highness’ unlimited support for cancer patients and refugee children.
The Sharjah office of the National Media Council (NMC) has presented a special Commemorative Plaque as a token of appreciation to Sheikha Jawaher Al Qasimi. The plaque recognizes Sheikh Jawaher’s role in helping Sharjah rise into the Capital of Islamic Culture.
UAE Businesswomen Award 2007.
The First Arab Lady Award by the Arab Women Participation Office, 2007.
Honorary recognition for her services to the girl guides and boy scout’s movement from the Olave Baden-Powell Society – presented by Princess Benedikte of Denmark.
International Ambassador of the World Cancer Declaration, and the first World Cancer Declaration International Ambassador for Pediatric Cancer.
In 2007, Her Highness Sheikha Jawaher raised AED83 million (US$22.7 million) for Palestinian children, collaborating with Oxfam, Save the Children Fund and the United Nations Relief and Works Agency for Palestine Refugees in the Near East (UNRWA) among many others.
United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees Eminent Advocate 2013, In recognition of her contributions to refugees across the region, in 2013 Sheikha Jawaher was appointed as Eminent Advocate for refugee children of the UNHCR. In this role she has raised awareness and funds for Syrian refugee children and visiting the refugees. She advocates a long-term approach that empowers refugee children through education.
Following Israeli air strikes on Lebanon in 2006, ‘Bahibkya Lebanon’ raised AED23 million (US$6.3 million) for Lebanese charity associations. Also ‘TayerjahBahrakAzrak’ campaign was launched & it raised AED1 million (US$274,000), through a concert with acclaimed Lebanese singer Majda Al Roumi, to restore the natural beauty of the war-ravaged shores of Lebanon, and resuscitate the country’s tourism industry.
Her Highness Sheikha Jawaher contributed AED 3.65 million (US$1 million) for healthcare for Somalian refugees.
The Big heart Foundation succeeded to raise $14.5 Million in 2014 to support the Syrian refugees in Jordan, Iraq, Turkey, Lebanon and other neighboring countries which focused in the beginning on emergency needs such as medical interventions, food and shelters. Then, during winter it focused on providing blankets and warm clothing& in February 2014 they launched a new phase focused on equipping refugee children in a sustainable, forward-thinking way through education.
The Sharjah Principles was issued in 2014 during “Investing in the Future Conference” which called for providing international protection to all refugee children and adolescents to enjoy their right to family unity and be protected from family separation.