The 100 Million meals campaign is a model in inclusive charitable and humanitarian support.
The move by The 100 Million Meals campaign, the biggest food drive in the region, to distribute 10 million meals inside the country is extremely praiseworthy. Particularly because it comes at a time when the coronavirus pandemic has made
The charitable initiative, launched to distribute surplus food to those in need, signed a total of 30 agreements with authorities and establishments last year to facilitate the safe distribution of surplus food to beneficiaries in the emirate.
"Dewa is honoured to be a major supporter of the initiative, which was launched in conjunction with the Holy Month of Ramadan, and is the biggest humanitarian initiative of its kind in the region and globally," said Saeed Al Tayer.
The 13 countries where distribution has begun are Nigeria, India, Sudan, Jordan, Lebanon, Kyrgyzstan, Egypt, Tajikistan, Uganda, UAE, Kosovo, USA, and Albania utilising the existing field and logistical networks of the initiative’s operational partners.
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