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Dubai Cares launches new Iraqi Kurdistan programme and showcases global Education in Emergencies strategy

Posted on 22/03/2017

Dubai Cares, part of Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum Global Initiatives, announced yesterday at the 14th edition of the Dubai International Humanitarian Aid and Development Conference and Exhibition, DIHAD 2017, the launch of a AED3.8 million programme in partnership with UNICEF aimed at easing the pressure on the fractured education system in Iraqi Kurdistan. The programme, entitled ‘Access to Quality Education for Internally Displaced, Refugee, Host-Communities, and Other Vulnerable Children', ...  >>MORE

Dubai Cares urges community to empower underprivileged children and young people with education

Posted on 15/03/2017

Dubai Cares, part of Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum Global Initiatives, has called upon the UAE community, including its longstanding donors and supporters to reaffirm their commitment, as the philanthropic organisation embarks on a new chapter for the next 10 years. The organisation encouraged members of the community to contribute to its work and make a lasting difference in the lives of millions of children and young people around the world. Addressing a press conference, Tariq Al Gurg, ...  >>MORE

Dubai Cares CEO receives PAM Award in recognition of his commitment to quality education for all

Posted on 27/02/2017

Tariq Al Gurg, Chief Executive Officer (CEO) at Dubai Cares, received the 2016 PAM Award in recognition of his strong and visible commitment, outstanding achievements, and advocacy for quality education in developing countries, particularly in the Mediterranean countries. The award was presented to the Dubai Cares CEO during the 11th Plenary Session of the Parliamentary Assembly of the Mediterranean (PAM), held in Porto city, Portugal, from 23rd to 24th February 2017. This is yet another ...  >>MORE

Dubai Cares successfully completes first edition of Volunteer Emirates 2017

Posted on 05/02/2017

Dubai Cares, part of Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum Global Initiatives, has successfully completed the first edition of its Volunteer Emirates 2017 initiative, which took place at Al Manama Private Charity School in Ajman. The popular initiative, which supports the UAE non-profit education sector, saw more than 100 volunteers from across the UAE come together to dedicate their time and efforts to enrich the school's learning environment by providing equipment and school furniture, as well as ...  >>MORE

Dubai Cares completes fourth edition of Volunteer Emirates 2016

Posted on 18/12/2016

Dubai Cares, part of Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum Global Initiatives, has successfully completed the fourth edition of its Volunteer Emirates 2016 initiative which took place on Saturday at Al Salaf Al Saleh Private School in Ras Al Khaimah in partnership with RAKBANK. The highly popular initiative, which lends helping hands to non-profit schools across the UAE, saw the participation of 100 volunteers from the UAE who came together to help enrich the school's learning environment by providing ...  >>MORE

Dubai Cares announces new programme in Nepal in support of post-earthquake recovery efforts

Posted on 07/12/2016

As part of its Education in Emergencies strategy, which consists of providing children the opportunity to learn and cope during and after crises, Dubai Cares has officially announced a 3-year programme known as ‘Post-Earthquake Recovery Efforts for Education in Nepal' in partnership with Room to Read. The AED9,183,750 (US$ 2,500,000) programme, which was launched during a field visit conducted in late November by a Dubai Cares delegation led by Tariq Al Gurg, Chief Executive Officer, includes ...  >>MORE

Dubai Cares launches third edition of Volunteer Emirates 2016

Posted on 27/11/2016

Dubai Cares, part of Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum Global Initiatives, has successfully completed the third edition of its popular Volunteer Emirates initiative which took place on Saturday, 26th November 2016 at Al Rashidyah Private School in Ajman. The initiative saw the participation of over 100 volunteers from the UAE community who came together to dedicate their time and effort in support of a cause they strongly believe in. The volunteers were involved in landscaping and painting work, ...  >>MORE

Dubai Cares brings learning experience from refugee camp to UAE residents

Posted on 23/11/2016

A showcase featuring a 360-degree virtual reality film, captured in a refugee school within a Syrian refugee camp, has been made available to the public in Dubai by Dubai Cares, part of the Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum Global Initiatives, a foundation launched last year to improve the Arab world through humanitarian, developmental and community work. The video, which can be viewed through virtual reality headsets, allows viewers to follow a young Syrian student in a refugee school as well as ...  >>MORE

Dubai Cares completes Volunteer Globally 2016 in Senegal

Posted on 10/11/2016

Dubai Cares, part of Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum Global Initiatives, has completed another successful edition of its Volunteer Globally initiative in Senegal on the west coast of Africa. A group of 14 UAE-based volunteers, led by Tariq Al Gurg, Chief Executive Officer at Dubai Cares, conducted a weeklong mission to start building a primary school along with the local community in the village of Keur Moussa Hann in the Thies District of Senegal between October 30th and November 6th. This ...  >>MORE

Dubai Cares commits AED73 million to Education in Emergencies

Posted on 20/10/2016

Dubai Cares, DC, yesterday announced the allocation of AED 73,470,000 (US$ 20,000,000) for the International Network for Education in Emergencies, INEE, which helps promote access to quality, safe, and relevant education for persons affected by crises. The commitment by DC, which is part of Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum's Global Initiatives, will initially cover three programmes in Lebanon, Niger and Sierra Leone. Future programmes will also be announced in the coming year. The announcement ...  >>MORE

Dubai Cares launches education programme to support girls in Malawi

Posted on 12/10/2016

Dubai Cares has launched an initiative of Vice President and Prime Minister and Ruler of Dubai, His Highness Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, entitled, "Engaging Communities and Schools in Support of Adolescent Girls in Malawi", ECSSAGEM, in the Malawian southern region of Thyolo. The announcement was made during a press conference held yesterday in the city of Blantyre in Malawi, to coincide with the "International Day of the Girl Child," an international observance day declared by the ...  >>MORE

Dubai Cares announces 2-year deworming program for school children in Ethiopia

Posted on 09/10/2016

Dubai Cares, part of Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum Global Initiatives, has joined a consortium of partners to undertake an AED 4.8 million (USD 1.3 million) mass school-deworming program in Ethiopia. Along with the Children's Investment Fund Foundation (CIFF), the United Kingdom's Department for International Development (DFID), Ethiopian Public Health Institute (EPHI), Evidence Action, The END Fund, and other international donors, Dubai Cares will ensure 15.6 million children of school age ...  >>MORE

Dubai Cares completes Home Grown School Feeding programme in Ethiopia

Posted on 11/08/2016

A Dubai Cares delegation led by Chief Executive Officer Tariq Al Gurg visited Ethiopia for the closing of Dubai Cares' Home Grown School Feeding (HGSF) programme. The programme, launched in September 2015, is a component of the philanthropic organisation's wider Enhanced School Health Initiative (ESHI) pilot programme that is being implemented by the World Food Program (WFP), the Partnership for Child Development (PCD) and SNV Netherlands, along with the Ethiopian government, and the Ethiopian ...  >>MORE

Dubai Holding partners with Dubai Cares to boost literacy in developing countries

Posted on 11/07/2016

Dubai Holding, the global investment holding company, yesterday formalised a long-term strategic partnership with Dubai Cares, part of Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum Global Initiatives, to improve children's access to quality education in underprivileged communities around the world. This initiative is part of Dubai Holding's commitment to achieving sustainable results while driving forward the noble cause and make a positive difference in the community. Through this partnership, Dubai ...  >>MORE

Dubai Cares calls for volunteers to build Senegal school

Posted on 09/07/2016

Dubai Cares is calling for volunteers for its week-long school building mission in the Fatik District of Senegal from October 30 till November 6. Volunteers will travel to Africa to support the local community in constructing a new school which will benefit around 150 children. The mission also offers volunteers a chance to immerse into new culture, while directly addressing poverty and lack of education. If you believe you have the skills, passion and desire to be part of this year's success ...  >>MORE

Emirates Auction partners with Dubai Cares to support children’s access to quality education in developing countries

Posted on 19/05/2016

The Emirates Auction has entered into an agreement with Dubai Cares, part of Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum Global Initiatives, in support of Dubai Cares' efforts to provide children in developing countries with access to quality education. A Memorandum of Understanding, MoU, to that effect was signed by Abdullah Matar Al Mannaei, Managing Director of Emirates Auction, and Tariq Al Gurg, Chief Executive Officer of Dubai Cares. Under the agreement, the Dubai-based auctioneer commits to ...  >>MORE

Dubai Cares builds school in Bangladesh to honour nanny who died saving Emirati boys

Posted on 16/05/2016

A school in Bangladesh is being built in honour of Sufia Akter, a nanny who died in her attempt to save four Emirati boys from drowning. The Dubai Cares project follows the directive of Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid, Vice President of the UAE and Ruler of Dubai. Akter, a Bangladeshi, died in October 2014 after saving the boys, who were between six and 10 years old at the time. Two of the boys were in her care. She managed to pull the children to safety despite the strong waves, but she was ...  >>MORE

Dubai Cares continues to enrich the learning environment for students in non-profit schools in the UAE

Posted on 15/05/2016

Following the success of its first edition this year, Dubai Cares' Volunteer Emirates continued at the National Charity School, Ajman. The second edition of the local community engagement initiative brought together 150 volunteers from the UAE who joined hands with the Dubai Cares team to enrich the school's learning environment. The volunteers engaged in assembling 650 student desks and chairs, drawing murals on walls across the school, installing 8 projectors, tinting classrooms windows, ...  >>MORE

Dubai Cares to invest more than AED26m into Tanzania education projects

Posted on 03/05/2016

More than AED26 million is being invested in two new education projects that aim to help tens of thousands of children in Tanzania. The initiatives, launched by Dubai Cares, will focus on early childhood development in the East African country over a four-year period. The announcement follows a visit to the country to inspect schools and see what work is currently being undertaken there. "It gives my team and I great pleasure to witness the success of our pre-primary education programmes in ...  >>MORE

Dubai Cares to send refugee kids to school

Posted on 15/04/2016

The Dubai Cares has announced a new programme in Gaza, Palestine, where 2,750 Palestinian refugee children will be given their right to an education. Supporting two schools with more than Dh11.4 million ($3.1m) over the next two years, the programme is part of the 'Rebuild Palestine, Start with Education' initiative which started in 2014. It has been launched in partnership with the United Nations Relief and Works Agency (UNRWA). The financial commitment by Dubai Cares aims to ensure the ...  >>MORE

UAE community shines at Dubai Cares’ Walk for Education 2016

Posted on 06/03/2016

Yesterday, 10,000 members of the UAE community joined the seventh annual Walk for Education organised by Dubai Cares, part of the Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum Global Initiatives. The family-fun event attracted UAE citizens, residents and visitors of all ages to walk the symbolic three kilometre route along Riyadh Road in Dubai, raising awareness about children in developing countries who walk on average three to six kilometres every day to attend school. A line-up of fun activities was also ...  >>MORE

Dubai Cares launches new education programme in Zambia

Posted on 29/02/2016

DUBAI, 29th February, 2016 (WAM) -- Dubai Cares, part of Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum Global Initiatives, has recently conducted a visit to Zambia, led by Tariq Al Gurg, Chief Executive Officer, to announce the launch of a new AED1.8 million (US$489,773) programme that aims to mainstream continuous assessment in the education system by building the capacity of personnel in the Ministry of Education, Science, Vocational Training and Early Education, MESVTEE. The programme provides policy ...  >>MORE

SIRMA Water and Dubai Cares launch ‘Support Education’ campaign

Posted on 24/01/2016

i General Trading LLC, sole agent for SIRMA Natural Mineral Water, yesterday announced that it has partnered with Dubai Cares to launch a 4 months ‘Support Education' campaign in support of Dubai Cares efforts to provide children in developing countries with access to quality education. A Memorandum of Understanding, MoU, has been recently signed by Ibrahim Ali bin Shaheen, Chief Executive Officer of i General Trading LLC and Tariq Al Gurg, Chief Executive Officer of Dubai Cares. Bin Shaheen ...  >>MORE

Etisalat and Dubai Cares sign MoU to support humanitarian work

Posted on 03/01/2016

Etisalat and Dubai Cares yesterday signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) aimed at supporting the philanthropic efforts of Dubai Cares and promoting its programmes in support of human development initiatives. The MoU was signed by Abdulla Al Mane, General Manager of Etisalat - Dubai Region and Tariq Al Gurg, Chief Executive Officer of Dubai Cares at Etisalat's office in Dubai. Abdullah Al Mana said that the cooperation between the two organisations will promote the philanthropic ...  >>MORE

Dubai Cares programme boosting literacy in Sri Lanka

Posted on 24/08/2015

A Dubai Cares project in Sri Lanka called Literacy Boost programme is helping foster change in the lives of children, teachers, and parents in the South Asian country. Implemented in partnership with Save the Children, the programme covers 40 schools across the Killinochchi and Mulathivu districts in the northern province of Sri Lanka where the foundation is being laid for a culture that promotes knowledge-based skills. Dubai Cares has invested approximately Dh3.4 million in the programme ...  >>MORE

Campaign at Modhesh World urges visitors to help design alphabet book for kids

Posted on 05/08/2015

Visitors to the Dubai Cares stand at Modhesh World can help support children in developing countries by designing alphabet books. Following a successful community outreach activity at The Dubai Mall during the holy month of Ramadan, Dubai Cares has unveiled its second programme as part of its 'We Can Teach Each Other' campaign. The campaign urges Modhesh World visitors to turn their fun-filled outing into a selfless act, by asking them to colour alphabets and make a donation in interactive ...  >>MORE

Chaplaincy of Dubai and Sharjah supports Dubai Cares by adopting schools in Palestine, Nepal and Senegal

Posted on 23/07/2015

Dubai Cares has signed a Memorandum of Understanding, MoU, with the Council of the Chaplaincy of Dubai and Sharjah and the Northern Emirates, which has contributed Dh446,000 towards meeting the expenses of three primary schools operating under Dubai Cares' programmes in Palestine, Nepal and Senegal. Effective for three years, the partnership was a consequence of the chaplaincy's commitment towards promoting education in developing countries and comes on the heels of Dubai Cares' successful ...  >>MORE

Dubai Cares has helped 13 million children in 39 countries

Posted on 21/07/2015

In the eight years since it was founded, Dubai Cares has built and renovated more than 2,100 classrooms and schools, created more than 1,400 wells and potable water sources and constructed more than 3,400 school toilets. The work by the charitable organisation, established in 2007 after a decree by Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid, Vice President and Ruler of Dubai, has benefited about 13 million children in 39 developing countries. An eight-week campaign back then managed to raised more than Dh1.7 ...  >>MORE

School built by Dubai Cares changes face of Nepal village

Posted on 15/07/2015

Dubai Cares has showcased the transformation of a remote Nepal village as an example of the impact its programmes are having in the lives of people far and wide with the support of the UAE community. The UAE-based philanthropic organisation highlighted the turnaround achieved by a marginalised village in Nepal — and its people — following the implementation of its education programmes. Dubai Cares said its efforts in Nepal "reflect the theme of empowerment” that it is promoting during its ...  >>MORE

Dubai Cares urges UAE community to champion education this Ramadan

Posted on 13/07/2015

Dubai Cares has called on the UAE community to support the organisation's ‘We Can Teach Each Other' Ramadan campaign 2015 by advocating and donating towards education. The campaign, which was launched to emphasise the abundance of talent and resourcefulness amongst children in developing countries, is a call to action to the international community to empower underprivileged children around the world by providing them with access to quality education. Speaking about the support that the ...  >>MORE

Mohammed bin Rashid visits Dubai Cares

Posted on 10/07/2015

Vice President and Prime Minister and Ruler of Dubai His Highness Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, tonight visited he head office of Dubai Cares, a philanthropic organisation working to improve children's access to quality primary education in developing countries, to check up on its work in the eight years since its inception in 2007. During his tour, H.H. Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid acquainted himself with the charity's projects, programmes and strategy aimed at breaking the cycle of ...  >>MORE

Dubai Cares attends Oslo Summit on Education for Development

Posted on 09/07/2015

Dubai Cares yesterday participated in the Oslo Summit on Education for Development in Norway with the aim of discussing issues critical to achieving universal access to quality education. The summit, convened by the Government of Norway in collaboration with UN Special Envoy for Global Education, Gordon Brown, brought together heads of states and governments from developing and developed countries, ministers, heads of UN agencies and regional organisations, members of the business community ...  >>MORE

Dubai campaign aims to provide clean water to 10,000 children in developing countries

Posted on 08/07/2015

Part of the proceeds from the sale of Oasis bottled water this Ramadan will go towards providing clean drinking water to children in developing countries. The Put a Smile on a Child's Face initiative is being led by the Oasis Water Company in partnership with Dubai Cares. "In an effort to promote quality primary education in developing countries, Dubai Cares provides water sanitation and hygiene facilities, hygiene awareness and education in schools,” said Bahaa Hamade, public relations ...  >>MORE

Dubai Cares launches Ramadan campaign

Posted on 24/06/2015

A lack of quality education is one of the greatest challenges facing the Arab world, Minister of State Reem Al Hashimy said on Monday night. Her comments came during the official launch of a Ramadan campaign by Dubai Cares, ‘We can teach each other', of which she is the chairperson. The occasion was also dedicated to a talk on the subject of ‘Empowerment Through Education'. In a moving speech, Reem, who is also the chairperson of Dubai Cares, said children in developing countries, including ...  >>MORE

Education donors need to see evidence: Dubai Cares CEO

Posted on 07/06/2015

The world lacks enough investment in driving an evidence-based education policy, Dubai Cares CEO Tareq Al Gurg has said. In an interview with Gulf News, Al Gurg said education authorities and organisations, in general, don't invest enough in evidence-building, which can lead to failed outcomes. He added donors funding education programmes and governments implementing reforms won't have "buy in” without proof the interventions work. Dubai Cares, a UAE-based philanthropic organisation working ...  >>MORE

Dubai Cares highlights the importance of evidence in education policy making at the World Education Forum 2015

Posted on 22/05/2015

Dubai Cares has participated in the World Education Forum 2015, hosted by the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization, UNESCO, which took place in Incheon, South Korea, from May 19th-22nd. The organisation also took part in a panel discussion entitled, "Using Evidence in Policy Making and Practice". The discussion tackled the need for a strong evidence-base in education outcomes, what programmes work best to change those outcomes, and the systems in place to widely ...  >>MORE

100 volunteers give Ahmad bin Rashid Primary School in UAQ fresh new look as part of Dubai Cares Volunteer Emirates 2015

Posted on 10/05/2015

As part of Volunteer Emirates 2015, one of Dubai Cares local community engagement initiatives, 100 Volunteers from around the UAE visited the Ahmad bin Rashid Primary School in Umm al-Qaiwain to give the boys school a significant facelift. Dubai Cares has created Volunteer Emirates in an effort to bring together UAE-based volunteers in order to upgrade the learning environments of public schools around the UAE. The second edition of Volunteer Emirates 2015 was sponsored by Visa, which ...  >>MORE

Dubai Cares launches bilingual educational program to improve learning outcomes in Senegal

Posted on 06/05/2015

A Dubai Cares delegation led by Tariq Al Gurg, Chief Executive Officer of the organisation has recently visited Senegal to launch a bilingual educational programme, which aims to enhance and scale up the government-driven bilingual education policy across the country. Designed and implemented to limit drop-out rates by students due to linguistic barriers, the bilingual educational policy enables an effective teaching model that incorporates French as well as rural dialects. The programme, ...  >>MORE

Dubai Cares distributes 50,000 school kits in Gaza

Posted on 30/04/2015

Following the successful "Rebuild Palestine. Start with Education." community engagement campaign, a volunteer activity which Dubai Cares organised in January to assemble 50,000 school kits for the children of Gaza, the organisation has recently managed the distribution of the kits to primary school students through UNRWA, one of its implementing partners in Palestine. Dubai Cares' ongoing programmes in Palestine support children's access to education and alleviate the psychosocial effects of ...  >>MORE

Nepal Earthquake: Dubai Cares says its supported programmes are safe

Posted on 29/04/2015

Dubai Cares has said that its supported programmes located in the far-western region of Nepal have not been affected so far due to the recent earthquake. The earthquake that hit Nepal on April 25th has caused significant loss of life and much devastation in and around the capital, Kathmandu. "As a long-standing supporter of children's education in the country, Dubai Cares has received encouraging news that its supported programmes located in the far-western region have not been affected so ...  >>MORE

Dubai Cares documentary shines spotlight on UAE volunteers who set building blocks for education in Nepal

Posted on 09/04/2015

Dubai Cares has recently held a screening of a documentary detailing the story of sixteen UAE-based volunteers who helped build a school in the village of Barkamuda in Nepal. The initiative was spearheaded by Dubai Cares as part of Volunteer Globally 2014, a key part of the organisation's community engagement initiatives. As showcased in the documentary, the UAE-based volunteers joined the Dubai Cares team in November 2014 on a week-long mission to build a school in Nepal. The team assisted in ...  >>MORE

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Dubai Cares launches new Iraqi Kurdistan programme and showcases global Education in Emergencies strategy


Dubai Cares urges community to empower underprivileged children and young people with education


Dubai Cares CEO receives PAM Award in recognition of his commitment to quality education for all


Dubai Cares successfully completes first edition of Volunteer Emirates 2017


Dubai Cares completes fourth edition of Volunteer Emirates 2016


Dubai Cares announces new programme in Nepal in support of post-earthquake recovery efforts


Dubai Cares launches third edition of Volunteer Emirates 2016


Dubai Cares brings learning experience from refugee camp to UAE residents


Dubai Cares completes Volunteer Globally 2016 in Senegal


Dubai Cares commits AED73 million to Education in Emergencies


Dubai Cares launches education programme to support girls in Malawi


Dubai Cares announces 2-year deworming program for school children in Ethiopia


Dubai Cares completes Home Grown School Feeding programme in Ethiopia


Dubai Holding partners with Dubai Cares to boost literacy in developing countries


Dubai Cares calls for volunteers to build Senegal school


Emirates Auction partners with Dubai Cares to support children’s access to quality education in developing countries


Dubai Cares builds school in Bangladesh to honour nanny who died saving Emirati boys


Dubai Cares continues to enrich the learning environment for students in non-profit schools in the UAE


Dubai Cares to invest more than AED26m into Tanzania education projects


Dubai Cares to send refugee kids to school


UAE community shines at Dubai Cares’ Walk for Education 2016


Dubai Cares launches new education programme in Zambia


SIRMA Water and Dubai Cares launch ‘Support Education’ campaign


Etisalat and Dubai Cares sign MoU to support humanitarian work


Dubai Cares programme boosting literacy in Sri Lanka


Campaign at Modhesh World urges visitors to help design alphabet book for kids


Chaplaincy of Dubai and Sharjah supports Dubai Cares by adopting schools in Palestine, Nepal and Senegal


Dubai Cares has helped 13 million children in 39 countries


School built by Dubai Cares changes face of Nepal village


Dubai Cares urges UAE community to champion education this Ramadan


Mohammed bin Rashid visits Dubai Cares


Dubai Cares attends Oslo Summit on Education for Development


Dubai campaign aims to provide clean water to 10,000 children in developing countries


Dubai Cares launches Ramadan campaign


Education donors need to see evidence: Dubai Cares CEO


Dubai Cares highlights the importance of evidence in education policy making at the World Education Forum 2015


100 volunteers give Ahmad bin Rashid Primary School in UAQ fresh new look as part of Dubai Cares Volunteer Emirates 2015


Dubai Cares launches bilingual educational program to improve learning outcomes in Senegal


Dubai Cares distributes 50,000 school kits in Gaza


Nepal Earthquake: Dubai Cares says its supported programmes are safe


Dubai Cares documentary shines spotlight on UAE volunteers who set building blocks for education in Nepal