Makasib Company donated 2.5 million dirhams to support the affected and refugees in northern Syria, in a charitable campaign organized by the “Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum Global Initiatives”, as part of Makasib’s endeavorFor charitable work, I have invited all partners to participate in this campaign and contribute their donations between the midst of the month of February
His Highness Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Vice President and Prime Minister of the UAE and Ruler of Dubai, directed the dispatch of urgent humanitarian aid to the brotherly Syrian people, at a value of 50 million dirhams, in order to provide relief to those affected by the most violent earthquake that the country has witnessed in decades.His Highness Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, that the United Arab Emirates is ready to provide relief to the brother and friend, and is ready to support the Syrian brothers in the face of the great calamity that befell them, indicating that the United Arab Emirates will stand by the Syrian people, and will continue to extend a helping hand to the brothers and brothers until they overcome this emergency ordeal, as an expression of noble human values. He will benefit from the support, which will be provided in the form of ration parcels through the “Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum Global Initiatives”, the most affected groups in brotherly Syria, many of whose regions were affected at dawn on Monday by the repercussions of the earthquake that claimed the lives of dozens of the Syrian people.
Since its establishment, the UAE has been keen to make humanitarian and development support an essential part of its foreign relations, and for years the UAE has topped the global lists of the largest donors in the field of development aid in comparison to its national income. Ethical constants in the humanitarian work of the state and the non-linkage of our foreign humanitarian aid to religion, race, color or culture. Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum’s global initiatives seek to achieve humanitarian goals and objectives, without any discrimination on the basis of gender, race or religion, and focus on the less fortunate groups of individuals families, refugees, displaced persons and those affected by crises.