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Dubai ruler launches ’10 million meals’ campaign for residents during Ramadan


Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Vice President and Prime Minister of UAE and Ruler of Dubai launched 10 million meals campaign in the country.

This is the emirate’s biggest food distribution drive to support low-income families and individuals affected by Covid-19 across the outbreak.

Coinciding with Ramadan, the campaign also enables the public and private entities to make financial donation by purchasing cooked meals and food supplies to be distributed among hard-hit families.

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وجهنا اليوم بإطلاق حملة لتوفير "١٠ ملايين وجبة" أو ما يعادلها من طرود غذائية خلال الشهر الفضيل للأفراد والأسر المتعففة .. الحملة ستكون بإشراف الشيخة هند بنت مكتوم حفظها الله.. وهي أقرب وأنبل من وجدت لرعاية هذه الحملة الانسانية في هذا الأوقات الاستثنائية .. إطعام الطعام وخاصة ونحن على أبواب الشهر الفضيل هي أولوية إنسانية ومجتمعية تفرضها ظروف أكبر أزمة يمر بها العالم من حولنا .. أزمة أظهرت معدن دولتنا الأصيل وروح الخير المتجذرة في المجتمع.. لن يمرض أحد .. ولن يحتاج أحد .. ولن يجوع أحد على أرض الإمارات دون أن يهتم به الجميع..

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“The 10 million meals campaign aims to reinforce social solidarity and cohesion in the UAE to enable us to emerge from the global crisis stronger. The public, private and humanitarian sectors are united today to empower our people to overcome the global crisis without leaving anyone behind,” Sheikh Mohammad said in a statement.

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