Various humanitarian and development initiatives launched by the UAE leadership through the years have helped humanity across the globe and made a positive difference in the lives
It is heartening that humanitarian organisations in the UAE are joining forces to raise funds and help those impacted by the unprecedented bush fires raging across Australia.
This month, the ERC distributed more than 4,000 food parcels to the regions of the Red Sea Coast, and the country is continuing to provide food and relief assistance to underprivileged Yemeni families with the aim of easing their suffering and improving their living conditions
It’s Dec.2 and the glorious country’s 48th National Day has immersed the entire population in joy. Peace and prosperity are people’s ultimate dreams anywhere in the world
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.
In another contribution to the Community Solidarity Fund Against COVID-19, a group of accredited charitable organisations in Dubai distributed over 31,570 daily meals to underprivileged people in Naif, Satwa, Hatta, Jebel Ali and Al Warsan areas.
A company specialised in automotive services in Dubai decided to donate 2.5% of the value of each bill issued by it for charitable and humanitarian work projects, supporting the needy and providing their requirements, inside and outside the Emirates.
Up to 1100 purchase vouchers from several commercial centers in Shabwa have been handed out by ERC teams among the targeted beneficiaries, including orphans, families of children with special needs and indigent households so that they can share the joy of Eid with others.
It’s heartening that global leaders who convened at the Reaching the Last Mile Forum in Abu Dhabi reaffirmed their commitment to eradicate polio and pledged $2.6 billion