DIHAD: Provides 60 million dirhams in humanitarian aid around the world

Dubai (WAM)

The DIHAD Foundation for Sustainable Humanitarian Works, in collaboration with the Emirates Red Crescent Authority, launched the first shipment of medicines and medical supplies worth 60 million dirhams annually to groups suffering from chronic and acute diseases worldwide. This comes within the efforts of the FOREVERCARE initiative launched by the DIHAD Foundation with the aim of supporting efforts in the health and food sectors and standing with needy groups and helping them worldwide by providing medicine in collaboration with companies participating in the Dubai International Exhibition and Conference for relief and development.
Ambassador Dr. Abdul Salam Al-Madani, Chairman of the DIHAD Foundation for Sustainable Humanitarian Works, and the Ambassador of the Mediterranean Parliament to the countries of the Gulf Cooperation Council announced the delivery of the first shipment of medicines within the FOREVERCARE initiative to complete the process of giving to the United Arab Emirates and build bridges of charitable work globally in collaboration with the Emirates Red Crescent Authority.
Mohammed Al Zarooni, a fundraising adviser at the Emirates Red Crescent, said the initiative aims to support hospitals and the medical sector in the country and abroad, especially in clinics attached to refugee camps managed by the Emirates Red Crescent, in addition to hospitals that is not equipped to receive patients.

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