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360Moms, a new fresh online platform for mothers in the Arab world
Source: 360Moms , Author: Posted by BI-ME staff
Posted: Tue September 5, 2017 12:38 pm

JORDAN. A new fresh parenting online platform that features advice about pregnancy, child development and related topics, is getting attention from mothers in the Arab world.

360Moms was launched a year ago collaborating with some of the best experts in the world to publish original high quality content, and is the first Arab website to share real life stories of mothers to inspire and give hope. In addition, it has a special Q&A section for moms to get quick answers on any parenting and health question.

The site already has 25,000 monthly users from all over the Arab world, and has over 50,000 followers on social media. The site was called by some mothers as: “A much needed platform” and “an everyday inspiration”.

Dina Abdul Majeed, the founder who is a mother herself to two little boys, had a 13-year career before starting 360Moms. She was previously the Head of the creative team at Yahoo Middle East and Africa. She started the platform because she found a big gap in parenting and health content in the Arab region.

She explains: “The inspiration that made me start this project was my own experience, I had a challenge regarding parenting my two kids, and two experts (that are now part of 360Moms experts team) helped me with my problem and saved me! I couldn’t find an online parenting platform to give me instant answers, I decided at that time that I wanted to spread the best updated knowledge to every mom to support and help her. Sometimes a few tips from experts can make all the difference in the world for a mom.”


Photo Caption: Dina Abdul Majeed, the founder of 360Moms

The platform also believes in personal involvement with their users, and organize monthly workshops about parenting and health topics to all parents. 
 
And this is only the beginning, its long term vision is to build a connected and empowered community of parents in the Arab world, to inspire them into building thriving generations.

 

 

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