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Going digital is no more a choice but a necessity. The UAE’s early recognition of this fact and its successful transition to the heavy use of technology has come in handy and proved the leadership’s visionary approach
Upon the directives of His Highness Sheikh Mohammed Bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Vice President, Prime Minister and Ruler of Dubai, the UAE Government began a remote meeting on Sunday, entitled, “Preparations for the post-coronavirus, COVID-19, period.”
At a time when the COVID-19 pandemic is wreaking havoc around the world, the UAE’s resilient food system is tackling head-on the issues related to the global food supply, as lucidly pointed out by Mariam Mohammed Almheiri, Minister of State for Food Security.
Commenting on the aid delivery, Dr. Ahmed Abdullah bin Saeed Al Matrooshi, UAE Ambassador to Romania, said, "The UAE is proud to partner with Romania in offering assistance to the country’s frontline healthcare workers, thousands of whom will benefit from today’s aid delivery."
The coronavirus pandemic has thrown one issue that’s been holding the world, particularly poor nations, in a vice-like grip: food shortages. The virus has made good, nutritious food all the more scarce while millions go to bed hungry. In this context,
After suffering decades of electricity shortages that left families and businesses in the dark, Pakistan finds itself with a new problem: more electrical generating capacity than it needs. Large-scale construction of new power plants — largely coal-fired
When I deliver lectures on pandemic ethics over Zoom — part of my job as a bioethicist — one of the questions I am asked with increasing frequency is whether I believe there will be any silver linings to COVID-19. I usually respond with dark humour,