Dubai, UAE – Dar Al Ber Society (DABS) has helped 16 low-income people from three African countries and of different ages to perform Haj or pilgrimage this year.

The promising project pilgrims which pilgrims from Benin, Togo, and Uganda benefited from, stood at Dh262,016, according to Abdullah Ali bin Zayed Al Falasi, Executive Director of Dar Al Ber.

“The scheme, in line with Dar Al Ber charity commitment to indigent people worldwide, reflects the UAE authentic identity as well as the Society humanitarian mission, its tireless work to promote the noble values of Islam, its tolerance and moderation.”

The move is also in pursuance of the directives of the prudent leadership and policy of the country to ease the suffering of vulnerable people wherever they are, and bring them happiness, he added.

“The pilgrims helped to perform Haj by Dar Al Ber this year included 10 from Togo, five from Benin, and one from Uganda.”