The UAE continues to take care of millions of people across the world through its charitable initiatives.
The initiative by the Mohammed Bin Rashid Global Centre for Endowment Consultancy to provide underprivileged people free bread is highly laudable (“Bread for All initiative for underprivileged launched in Dubai,” Sept 17, Gulf Today website). The United Arab Emirates’ visionary leadership has always believed in
The One Billion Meals initiative seeks to provide vital food support to the needy in 50 countries in line with the spirit of Ramadan. As His Highness Sheikh Mohammed Bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Vice President and Prime Minister of the UAE
The initiative by His Highness Sheikh Mohammed Bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Vice President and Prime Minister of UAE and Ruler of Dubai, to set up a charity hospital for needy people suffering from cancer is not only noteworthy but praiseworthy too.
Sheikh Mohammed crowned Ahmed Al Falasi and his family from the UAE, who devoted his time and money to helping those in need and people with kidney failure and providing health care facilities to treat the poor and needy in Africa, with the Hope Makers’ award in its third season.
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