Dar Al Ber runs 80 charity projects in Kenya, Tanzania

DUBAI, 27th January, 2016 (WAM) — Dar Al Ber Society, DABS, has run a variety of 80 major charitable and humanitarian projects in Kenya and Tanzania to ease the suffering of the people there.

A delegation from the society, including Abdulkareem Jaafar Al Hassan, Manager of the Projects Department at DABS, and Abdul Hakeem Mohammed Abdullah, a specialist assessor of charity entities with the society, paid a visit to the countries to assess the projects.

Dar Al Ber has accomplished many projects in Kenya and Tanzania, spanning the building of mosques, digging water wells, and sponsoring orphans, students, and Quran teachers. “We have also supported productive and low-income families in collaboration with a number of accredited charity entities,” Al Hassan said.

“Dar Al Ber spares no effort to take part in relief work in coordination with concerned bodies at African, Asian, and European countries as directed by the President His Highness Sheikh Khalifa bin Zayed Al Nahyan and Vice President and Prime Minister and Ruler of Dubai, His Highness Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, in association with the Islamic Affairs and Charitable Activities Department in Dubai,” he added.

“Dar Al Ber is dedicated to providing relief to our brothers in Kenya and Tanzania and all the Horn of Africa countries where people are suffering from a serious shortage of food, clothes, and shelter.”

The delegation, meanwhile, discussed the prospects and potentials of some key educational and health projects there and other project to make the poor and needy people productive.

“We have also followed-up the projects being carried out there, and urged the contractors and consultants concerned to finish the job as fast and accurately as possible,” Al Hassan concluded.


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