Where humaneness and compassion are concerned, she is in the forefront. She has an indepth understanding of the needs of the needy, the plight of the underprivileged, the dire straits of refugees badly in need of succour. Her Highness Sheikha Jawaher Bint Mohammed Al Qasimi, wife of His Highness the Ruler of Sharjah, Chairperson of The Big Heart Foundation (TBHF) and Eminent Advocate for Refugee Children at (UNHCR), is a scintillating model of compassion and tolerance.
The rapidly changing global communications landscape reinforces the need to create an enabling environment to develop and maintain effective government communication as it influences the reputation of governments and organisations in the international arena, said Chairman of Sharjah Media Council (SMC) Sheikh Sultan Bin Ahmed Al Qasimi.
Humanitarian agencies eligible for Dhs500,000 Sharjah International Award for Refugee Advocacy and Support, which receives 242 nominations from 52 countries.
In response to UAE schools rolling out remote learning programmes as directed by the UAE Ministry of Education (MoE), The Big Heart Foundation (TBHF), a Sharjah-based global humanitarian organisation dedicated to helping refugees and people in need worldwide, has announced the contribution of Dhs300,000 to the Al Ahliya Charity schools to support distance learning of Sharjah students who study in schools that run on charitable funding.
As early as January 2019, an unprecedented 70.8 million people had been forcibly displaced worldwide. Against the backdrop of these overwhelming numbers, the Sharjah-based global humanitarian organization, The Big Heart Foundation (TBHF), continued to intensify its philanthropic efforts in 2019 in the vital sectors of emergency relief, healthcare, education and livelihood with the strategic inclusion of long-term community development projects on their global humanitarian agenda.
The Big Heart Foundation (TBHF), a Sharjah-based global humanitarian organisation dedicated to helping refugees and people in need worldwide, has announced the conversion of The Big Heart Secondary School for the hearing impaired in the Palestinian city of Qalqilya in the West Bank, into a quarantine centre for residents in the area who are showing symptoms and have tested positive for the COVID-19 virus, which has said to have gripped over 300,000 people worldwide according to latest news reports.
The Sharjah-based global humanitarian organisation, The Big Heart Foundation (TBHF), has announced the allocation of $500,000 to boost healthcare capacities in sites hosting refugee and internally displaced people (IDP) in Jordan, Palestine, Lebanon, Bangladesh and Kenya.
Continuing its empowering work to shape a more humane, just, and inclusive future for forcibly displaced populations worldwide, The Big Heart Foundation has announced the allocation of $1.6 million to launch five humanitarian projects in Kenya, Pakistan and Jordan.
"I hope whoever hears my words will support, even if it is with the word. We need to feel that we can heal each other’s wounds, support each other. I wish all of you success until we meet at the celebration that will mark Lebanon’s freedom. That day will come. "
Around 2,500 cancer patients will benefit from access to a wide range of high-quality surgical treatment options at two fully equipped operating rooms fitted out with financial assistance from the Ameera Fund.