Officials inaugurate a Suqia project. WAM
Mohamed Al Junaibi, Director of Humanitarian Affairs at the ERC in Yemen, stated that the project will serve over 2,000 families suffering from water scarcity.
The report noted that despite the obstacles facing the implementation of the foundation’s projects outside the country, some of these projects planned for 2020 were completed. The OECD has ranked UAE the leading humanitarian donor for the fifth consecutive year, said Ahmed Juma Al Zaabi.
Salim Bin Lahej thanked all the strategic partners who supported the Health Fund Office’s humanitarian initiatives including the Islamic Affairs and Charitable Activities Department in Dubai, Awqaf and Minors Affairs Foundation and other charities and philanthropists.
Charity is a benevolent streak that should be nurtured by all. It does not cost much, just strikes a chord so that you reach out to untie your pursestrings. And the UAE leads from the front in this field. Sharjah Charity International (SCI) in Kalba announced
Al Jazeera has on Tuesday submitted a request to the International Criminal Court (ICC) at The Hague to investigate the killing of Al Jazeera journalist Shireen Abu Akleh by the Israeli security forces during a raid at Jenin, the refugee camp in the West Bank in May this year, and prosecute the perpetrators of the crime. The Al Jazeera channel
Countries gathered on Tuesday for the start of a key UN nature conference in Montreal, aiming to broker a new global agreement to protect what’s left of Earth’s wildlife and natural spaces. Negotiators hope that the two-week summit, known as COP15, yields a deal that ensures there is more “nature” — animals, plants, and healthy
If there is one thing less popular than Brexit at the moment, it’s the idea of re-running the Brexit trauma of the last six years — but this time in reverse. Hence, I think, Keir Starmer’s peculiar position on the subject, which he has reiterated, greatly to the disappointment of rejoiners everywhere. He could not have been clearer: “There is no case
Three-quarters of a century after independence, India is a nuclear power about to become the world’s most populous country, and its economy has overtaken its former coloniser’s to become the globe’s fifth biggest. But New Delhi has challenges to overcome if it is to secure a more central place on the world’s diplomatic stage, analysts say.