To continue helping people in need throughout the country in the holy month of Ramadan, the Beit Al Khair Society has announced an extensive drive including Iftar meals to providing packages of food and other essentials.
The Mohammed Bin Rashid Al Maktoum Knowledge Foundation (MBRF) is providing books and publications for free for readers across the UAE via its ‘Digital Knowledge Hub’ platform – the largest Arabic content platform.
The Department of Economic Development in Ajman, in cooperation with Beit Al Khair Society, announced the participation in the “10 Million Meals” campaign, an initiative by Mohammed Bin Rashid Al Maktoum Initiatives Foundation, which is the largest national community campaign of its kind to provide meals and food parcels and rations to individuals who are in need and affected by the current health crisis, through distributing about 230,000 meals at an average of 9,000 meals daily in various regions of the Emirate during the Holy Month of Ramadan, and the distribution of 1,780 food baskets to affected families.
The joy of Ramadan to spread the good deeds have been increasing every day thanks to entities in the private sector, who in collaboration with their partners, support the society they are working.
Sharjah Police launch “Your valuables is Your responsibility” campaign to educate drivers in particular and members of society in general, to safeguard their belongings and not leave them in vehicles.
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Abu Dhabi Department of Education and Knowledge (ADEK) on Sunday launched a campaign to continue engaging with students and parents during the summer months, and beyond.
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Budding artists, photographers, animators, and design enthusiasts have used the platform, which launched on Instagram on June 8 and concluded on July 7, to display their mastery in skills and hobbies they pursued during the long stretch of the stay home period.