Ras Al Khaimah, UAE – Dar Al Ber Society (Dabs), in a bid to mark the World Food Day, has contributed 100 free healthy meals to low-income workers at different areas in the emirate of Ras Al Khaimah.
The Dabs branch here organised the function in collaboration with the Department of Public Works in the emirate to also develop public awareness about the importance of healthy food for health.
Ali Abdullah Al Shehi, Dabs Manager in RAK, said he led a delegation from the Society to the Department of Public Works to organise the function and mark the World Food Day.
“The delegation included Waleed Liwad, Islamic Information Centre Manager, Waleed Abdullatif Al Sharif, Deputy Manager - RAK Branch, and Saif Abdulrahman, an Executive at the same Branch.”
The Dabs spares no effort to mark such international events as is the case with its numerous charitable and humanitarian projects all over the country, he added. “The scheme is part of the Dabs strategic objectives to support national and community events.”
Al Shehi, on behalf of Dar Al Ber Society, paid tributes to the ‘Eyal Al Belad Kitchen’, the official sponsor of the function. He also expressed his appreciation to the voluntary team of Emirates Transport for co-organising the event and distributing the meals to the workers.
The Department of Public Works, in return, showed appreciation to the community initiative of Dar Al Ber Society branch in Ras Al Khaimah, and its impact on the vulnerable segments of the society.