As part of the “Congratulations” activities organized by the Ministry in collaboration with the Make a Wish Foundation, Community Development Minister Hessa Bint Issa Bhumai participated in the “Make a Wish” event for two Emirati children. Gulf Cooperation Council Pavilion at Dubai Expo 2020.
The Make a Wish Foundation enjoys the unlimited support of his High Commissioner Sheikh Dr. Sultan bin Khalifa Al Nahyan, Adviser to the President of the State, and Sheikh Sheikh Bint Saif Al Nahyan, Cooperative Chairman of the Foundation. Achieving its goals and fulfilling the wishes of children suffering from serious illnesses by fulfilling its noble humanitarian mission. Their lives may be threatened.
The event was organized with the participation of Hamdan Karam Al Kabi, a member of the Board of Trustees of the Make-a-Wish Foundation and Honey Al-Jubaidi, CEO of the Foundation and the parents of both. Children who have been given their options by offering smart electronic devices.
At the event, Hessa Bint Issa Buhmid stressed the importance of cooperation and development coordination between the Ministry and the Make a Wish Foundation. And in the future, Expo 2020 will mark the realization of these children’s dreams and aspirations in Dubai. It reflects the communication, integration and vision of the future that the international exhibition seeks to simulate.
He noted the positive social impact of the Make-a-Wish effort on the ability to achieve a happier state and create smiles for sick children, within the framework of the efforts and initiatives of all groups and organizations in the community. Social responsibility over others.
For his part, Khalid al-Sheikh, Commissioner-General of the Cooperation Council for the Arab States of the Gulf, said: “We aim to highlight the GCC countries’ interest in the sick children category that we love. Quick recovery, God willing, and Expo 2020 should achieve one of Dubai’s main objectives. He pointed out that organizing such events in partnership and coordination between the GCC Pavilion, the Ministry of Community Development in the United Arab Emirates and the Mac-A-Wish Foundation reflects the level of fruitful and intensive cooperation between the GCC organization. And Ministries and Institutions in the GCC States would like to express its heartfelt gratitude to the Cooperation Council for its permanent and continued support for the Pavilion.
For his part, Honey Al-Jubaidi, CEO of the Make-a-Wish Foundation, expressed his gratitude and appreciation to the Minister of Community Development for his continued support of the Humanitarian Foundation’s strategy, and his desire to provide excellent support and empowerment of charities to establish a 2020 initiative of this noble humanitarian initiative. Emphasizes that part. The benefits of the humanitarian journey of giving at the Emirates are known around the world, and its efforts have been translated among community members to achieve and spread happiness.
Al-Jubaidi expressed his gratitude and appreciation to the Commissioner-General of the Gulf Cooperation Council for conducting this humanitarian initiative, acknowledging the Council’s efforts in showing the rich tradition of the Gulf Cooperation Council. To achieve prosperity for its citizens and to spread and contribute happiness in various aspects of the social life of the citizens of these countries.
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