Dar Al Ber Society announced the implementation of charitable projects, the launch of humanitarian initiatives, and the provision of targeted assistance for all orphans, their families, and people of determination during the past year 2020, at total costs amounting to 40,302,508 million dirhams, as an amount of 38,157,885 million dirhams was allocated to the project to sponsor and care for orphans in the UAE and abroad.
Muhammad Suhail Al Muhairi, Executive Director of Dar Al Ber Society, said that the society has implemented its initiatives and projects dedicated to orphans, their families and people of determination during the past year, in cooperation and coordination with 30 accredited bodies and institutions, from the society’s partners in the countries covered by Dar Al Ber and its charitable services and humanitarian development projects.
The Executive Director of Dar Al Ber Society confirmed that orphans are receiving great attention and receive a wide share of the programs and support of Dar Al Ber, since its inception about four decades ago, so that goodness, charity and comprehensive care continues for them an important segment of our society, the citizens of our country and the residents. As well as their counterparts, the orphans in different regions of the world.
Al Muhairi explained that the society’s projects for orphans and their families in 2020 included the ‘Teach Me To Earn My Livelihood’ project, to a total cost of 600,000 dirhams, which is a special investment project for orphans' families which aims to provide them with a stable income, enabling them to improve their economic condition.
To be a supportive family initiative. This initiative defines a selection of a small number of projects which can be implemented by the families of orphans, to generate good income for them, and are managed with the help of accredited external bodies, and financed by Dar Al Ber Society. Last year, the ‘Orphan Projects’ also included the ‘Orphan Clothing’ Project, with an estimated budget of 292,397 thousand dirhams, and the ‘Sponsor Orphan Families’ project amounted to 1,117,603.92 million dirhams.