Saturday, April 20, 2024

105 companies are contributing to the “Billion Meals” initiative


Dubai (Etihad)

More than 105 government agencies, institutions, schools, educational institutions and members of the community from across the country are taking part in the Giving Race, which will help corporate employees, school students and educators contribute to the initiative. Charity and humanitarian work on the website of the “Billion Meals” initiative.
Tender Race for Government Institutions, Institutions, Schools and Educational Institutions collaborates with the smart crowdfunding platform “YALLAGIVE” to facilitate donations to groups of every organization, authority, institution or association in the country. “Initiative” is food aid for the less fortunate in countries that include one billion foods.
Dr. Rabaa al-Sumaidi, Director General of the Emirates Foundation for School Education, confirmed the one billion food campaign launched by Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Vice President and Prime Minister of the United Arab Emirates and Ruler of Dubai. God bless him “, the values ​​of the UAE message and the benefits it brings to the nobility and humanity are all translated together.
Dawood Al Hajri, Director General of the Dubai Municipality, said: “We take part in this humanitarian challenge by encouraging staff to donate a meal during the holy month and share the rewards.
Dr. Abdullah Al Karam, Director General of the Knowledge and Human Development Commission in Dubai, said: “The educational community in Dubai has always stood out for its generosity and willingness to work together to help others. The past years have taught us that when we work together for a common goal, we cannot achieve it together. We are proud to be a part of the Billion Meals initiative, which benefits the lives of people around our world and can become an educational community to achieve this goal.
Sarah Al Nuaimi, director of the Office of Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum Global Initiatives, said: “The bidding process for government agencies, companies, schools and educational institutions, which was launched in support of the” Billion Meals “initiative, is improving progress. The role of companies and organizations and their staff in supporting the charitable and humanitarian work emanating from the Emirates for the relief of disadvantaged communities. It also expands the circle of extensive community mobilization in support of the largest effort to provide food in 50 countries. All over the world.”

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Two million dirhams from “DETCO”
The DATCO Group in Dubai has announced a donation of two million dirhams for the “Billion Meals” initiative.
The contributions of the economic sector and the business sector also support the stimulation of a comprehensive social movement to find practical solutions to the challenge of hunger and malnutrition through the “Billion Meals” initiative launched by Emirates to the world. The seventh goal of the Sustainable Development Goals for 2030 is to eliminate hunger. Ahmed Abdel Rahim Packer, Chairman of DUTCO’s Board of Directors, said: “We are proud to take part in this humanitarian effort to support the poor and needy in 50 countries through the Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum Global Initiatives.” The world, which the United Arab Emirates has established as a global model for responding to international crises, prays to God to guide all of us to goodness.

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