The UAE has been on the forefront of charitable work.
Generosity courses through the veins of the country’s leaders. At the top of their minds is concern for the needy, the underprivileged, the vulnerable. With a high per capita income and high net worth individuals marking its affluent society, the
The UAE, through its humanitarian initiatives, is committed to offering relief and support to those in need, especially after the outbreak of COVID-19 exacerbated hunger and malnutrition among poor populations.
185,000 donors raise Dhs100 million in 10 days to secure food parcels in 30 countries. Dhs11 million raised through the website and SMS and Dhs40 million received in bank transfers
Japan’s bitter memories of its decades-long battle with deflation hang heavily over the central bank’s deliberations to take its first modest step away from ultra-loose monetary policy, even as inflation and wages creep up. The appointment of Kazuo Ueda as Bank of Japan (BOJ) governor this year and mounting price pressures have
Imagine you don’t have that much money and live from day to day. You have a 9 to 5 job, don’t own a property but rent and you have the tendency to buy most of your items using a credit card. So you don’t really have money to put down for a deposit on any property. Then on top of that your mother, grandmother and your aunt all
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As it pushes to renew a cornerstone law that authorises major surveillance programmes, the Biden administration faces an American public that’s broadly sceptical of common intelligence practices and of the need to sacrifice civil liberties for security. Congress in the coming months will debate whether to extend Section 702 of the