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Ramadan in UAE, Majlis Mohammad bin Zayed Ramadan series explores nation’s humanitarian legacy

Ramadan in UAE, Majlis Mohammad bin Zayed Ramadan series explores nation’s humanitarian legacy

Abu Dhabi: Sheikh Khalid bin Zayed Al Nahyan, Chairman of the Board of Zayed Higher Organisation for People of Determination, graced the concluding lecture of this year’s Majlis Mohammad bin Zayed Ramadan series titled ‘The UAE’s Humanitarian Legacy’.

Dr. Hamdan Al Mazrouei, Chairman of the Board of the Emirates Red Crescent, initiated the panel discussion by delving into the humanitarian legacy established by the UAE's Founding Father. He highlighted the ingrained culture of sharing in Arab society and emphasized Sheikh Zayed's concern for human dignity. Dr. Al Mazrouei noted the continuation of this tradition through initiatives like the recently announced Dh20 billion Zayed Humanitarian Legacy Initiative.

Ali Al Mutawa, Secretary General of the Endowment and Minors’ Trust Foundation, emphasized the ongoing significance of endowments in supporting humanitarian endeavors in the UAE. He elucidated on the collective contribution of all sectors of society, including citizens, residents, Muslims and non-Muslims, towards advancing the country's humanitarian mission.

Hessa Tahlak, Assistant Undersecretary for the Social Development Sector at the Ministry of Community Development, shed light on the deep-rooted culture of volunteering in UAE society. She highlighted the country's pioneering efforts in volunteering, marked by the introduction of robust systems, establishments and legislation to facilitate humanitarian activities.

The panel further explored the profound impact of volunteering, citing its role in promoting the UAE's culture and enduring values of care and compassion. Dr. Al Mazrouei shared insights from a study revealing that volunteering activities contribute to improved immune systems and faster recovery times for participants.

The discussion concluded by contemplating the future trajectory of the UAE's humanitarian endeavors. It explored innovative endowment ideas and acknowledged the impotant role of the private sector in advancing humanitarian causes.

The Majlis Mohammad bin Zayed Ramadan series provided a platform to reflect on the UAE's rich humanitarian legacy and its vision towards global welfare.

The lecture, moderated by TV presenter Faisal bin Hariz, featured insightful contributions from prominent figures in the humanitarian sphere. The event will be broadcasted on local TV networks and available for viewing on the Majlis Mohammad bin Zayed YouTube channel, extending the message of humanitarianism to a wider audience.

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