NGO News

The wise vision of HH Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Vice President and Prime Minister of the UAE and Ruler of Dubai, is demonstrated by the launch of the UAE Water Aid Foundation (Suqia), which falls under the umbrella of the Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum Global Initiatives.

Green Hope UAE, a local youth-orientated organisation founded by Kehkashan Basu, celebrates World Environment Day with a conference that puts biodiversity conservation at the forefront of the sustainable development. Tree planting is at the core of all Green Hope campaigns. Over 150 passionate youth environmentalists from schools and universities alongside two student delegations from the British School of Bahrain and Indian School Muscat were present at the summit. The summit saw eminent international sustainability expert, Mr Brendon Jack and Ms Dima Abo Kous, from the International Fund for Animal Welfare share their positive thoughts and insightful messages with the attendees. 

Humaid Bin Rashed Al Nouimi Foundation has electronically auctioned the distinct car plate number (7), group (D), of the emirate of Ajman, in a quality initiative that emanates from the joint cooperation with "Emirates Auction" in order to embody the ambitious aspirations to promote the march of philanthropy led by the UAE. The charity auction, which is being held till May 20th, 2016, is of special importance as it holds strategic dimensions represented in supporting community, humanitarian and developmental issues that affect the future of humanity as a whole.

The World Trade Organization (WTO) has concluded its third Trade Policy Review of the UAE which took place at its office in Geneva recently. The Organization commended the important role played by the UAE in global trade and its commitment to the principles of the multilateral trading system, as well as the adoption of economic policies for promoting efficient trade movement locally, regionally and internationally which have made the country an important global trade hub.

Al-Khair Foundation (AKF), one of the largest Muslim charities in the United Kingdom, announced today at the Dubai International Humanitarian Aid and Development Conference and Exhibition that it is seeking partnerships with UAE-based non-profit organisations to deliver life-changing projects to those in need across the world.