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ZCF donates to Dar Al Shifaa Hospital in Lebanon

posted on 25/11/2006: 2010 views



The authorities importing supplies and medical equipments to Dar Al Shifaa Hospital in Lebanon received 200 thousand dollars from Zayed Charitable Foundation (ZCF). This humanitarian act came under the instructions of Sheikh Ahmed bin Zayed Al Nahyan, Head of the Secretaries Council of ZCF in order to establish a suite related to children health care, under the name "Zayed Centre for Childcare.”



"This donation comes within the series of contributions that the foundation offered and executed directly after the war on Lebanon", said Salem bin Obeid Al Dhaheri, Deputy Director General of ZCF. In addition, the foundation, in cooperation with the UAE Committee for the Construction of Lebanon and the UAE Red Crescent Society, offered 100 thousand US dollars to the Children Cancer Centre, that belongs to the American University. (Emirates News Agency, WAM)



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