The Smart Dubai Department has launched the ‘100 per cent Paperless Stamp’ initiative as part of its contribution to the ‘Government Development Track’ – one of the six tracks announced by the Dubai Council,
The Abu Dhabi Department of Education and Knowledge (ADEK) has launched an educational support programme for the children of healthcare professionals at Shaikh Khalifa Medical City (SKMC), Abu Dhabi.
In response to the current situation and the directives of the business sector and educational and health authorities in the United Arab Emirates, UAE-based SJR Group has launched the ‘Interact Safely’ initiative.
Saudi Arabia earlier this month pledged $500 million to support global efforts to combat the coronavirus pandemic. In the statement, it repeated its call on all countries, non-governmental organizations, philanthropists and the private sector to help close the financing gap.
The management of the Mercato mall in Dubai has announced its Ramadan initiative to support UAE communities during the Holy Month of Ramadan. The initiative is in partnership with Dubai Police with the aim of helping the communities to meet the challenge of COVID-19 pandemic more effectively.
The Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum Global Initiatives (MBRGI) announced that its Humanitarian Aid and Relief projects and programmes benefitted over 17 million people across the world with a total expenditure of AED262 million in 2019.
The Khawla Art & Cultural Foundation, Abu Dhabi, has launched an initiative that aims to build a reference database of all distinguished, licensed calligraphers worldwide. The initiative was named ‘The Certified Calligraphers Pedigree’.
Launched on the 15th of June, the initiative also conveyed a message of appreciation to dedicated hospitality employees for they have been carrying out special preparations aimed at welcoming the emirate's visitors and tourists in the upcoming summer season.
DEWA has launched the Smart Living initiative to raise awareness and help customers manage their high-usage of electricity and water, to make the right conservation decisions, without the need to contact DEWA.
The Dubai Electricity and Water Authority (DEWA) is providing several smart features from its Smart Living initiative. They help customers to monitor their electricity and water consumption and choose smart conservation options, without needing to contact DEWA. This is part of DEWA’s efforts to promote sustainability by instilling a culture of conservation. It also enriches customers’ experiences and provides value-added services.