UAE's leading telecom services operator Etisalat has signed a deal with Dubai Cares to support its philanthropic efforts and promoting its programs in support of human development initiatives.
As part of this agreement, Etisal
UAE-based Al Ansari Exchange, a top money transfer company, recently inked a Dh10 million ($2.72 million) agreement with Dubai Cares, a philanthropic organisation, to improve children’s access to primary education in developing countries.
Dubai Cares has successfully completed its “End Poverty. Educate Now.” Ramadan campaign, which ran throughout the month to provide the UAE community with several opportunities to support children living in poverty globally.
Tecom Investments, a wholly owned subsidiary of Dubai Holding, has partnered with Dubai Cares, a philanthropic organisation working to improve access to quality primary education for children in developing countries, to build a school in Gaza.
Dubai Cares, a UAE-based philanthropic organisation, has launched a Ramadan campaign to spread awareness of the importance of education in eradicating poverty.
The ‘End Poverty. Educate Now’ campaign also aims to raise
Dubai Cares highlighted the plight of 43.3 million people worldwide, 46 per cent of them children, forcibly displaced from their homes and communities on the occasion of World Refugee Day.
The UAE-based philanthropic organisation,
More than 57,840 primary school children across Comoros, a sovereign island nation located off the eastern coast of Africa, benefited from a $2.6 million launched by Dubai Cares, a philanthropic organisation in the UAE.
A delegation from UAE-based philanthropic organisation Dubai Cares recently concluded a series of field visits in Ghana to monitor and evaluate its four-year home grown school feeding (HGSF) programme launched in 2012.
The aim of
Dubai Cares, a UAE-based philanthropic organization, said it has joined the mPay Portal service of Dubai eGovernment to stimulate and facilitate financial contributions by donors supporting its humanitarian projects.
With this, th
Over 5,500 UAE residents from different age groups including children recently participated in the Walk for Education 2013, a fun-filled event bringing together the UAE community in support of child education in developing countries.