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RCS spends Dh250 million on humanitarian projects in 2006

posted on 11/02/2007: 717 views

The UAE Red Crescent Society (RCS) has spent in 2006 a total amount of Dh250 million on humanitarian projects outside the UAE, the projects include relief operations, charity and development works, reconstruction works and sponsoring of orphans.

According to Khalifa Nasir Al Suwaidi, RCS Board Chairman, the RCS had recorded a number of humanitarian achievements, having been able to make its presence felt in many hotspots to soothe the pains of and reach out to people in distress.

He attributed the successes to the directives of President H.H. Sheikh Khalifa bin Zayed al Nahyan and Abu Dhabi Crown Prince and Deputy Supreme commander of the UAE Armed Forces, General Sheikh Mohammed bin Zayed Al Nahyan and the follow-up of Deputy Prime Minister and RCS Chairman, Sheikh Hamdan bin Zayed Al Nahyan. He also attributed the successes to the continuous support the RCS continue to receive from the UAE leadership, as well as from philanthropists inside the country. (Emirates News Agency, WAM)


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