As far as health measures go, the UAE has been making spectacular progress. The coronavirus pandemic has again highlighted the importance of the nation’s role in combating viral diseases. And this is not just in the country. It has also provided urgent humanitarian
The United Arab Emirates is one of the top countries when it comes to charity and helping other countries in their difficult times. The aid plane containing 50 metric tonnes of food aid to the Republic of Tajikistan as part of its humanitarian initiatives during
Few countries can match the UAE’s achievements. It has not only scored high in levels of comfortable living and safety, but also has increased its ranking in government development indices by a few notches. Most notably, the UAE ranked first globally on the Absence
There is no gainsaying the fact that the UAE is bucking the trend by daring the coronavirus challenge. At a time when the economy is facing a downturn in many parts of the world due to the pandemic, the UAE has been not only been gaining investments from other
Like the Big Heart Foundation, Sharjah has a big heart. It cares not only for its citizens, but also for expatriates and visitors. Improving the plight of the aged is very much on its radar: it is specially concerned about the elderly and the sick,
“Give what you have. To someone, it may be better than you dare to think,” Henry Wadsworth Longfellow once said. Yes, we often overlook the impact that our gentle acts of kindness can have on people. The groundswell of generosity should gush out
The medical aid will be delivered through the UAE humanitarian am arm, the Emirates Red Crescent (ERC) and aim to contribute to supporting the health sector and mitigating the severity of the humanitarian repercussions in the Strip.
The United Arab Emirates government is serving a great humanitarian cause establishing the Chad-based Emirati field hospital in Amdjarass to support Sudanese refugees which is providing good treatment to the needy people in the country (“UAE humanitarian delegation visits Chad-based Emirati field hospital in Amdjarass,”
TBHF’s projects support vital sectors including education, healthcare, humanitarian aid and emergency relief, as well as protection and livelihood.
Julie's mother called for help in a video that was circulated on social media, explaining that her child suffers from spinal muscular atrophy. In response, Sheikha Fatima instructed the ERC to cover Julie's medical treatment.