Dubai, United Arab Emirates, The Dubai Health Authority (DHA) signed today a contract for joint cooperation with the Tarahum Charity Foundation, to advance humanitarian aid in the health sector for patients with financial difficulties.
The partnership is in line with the UAE’s vision of promoting the values of giving and human solidarity through local and global humanitarian and charitable initiatives.
It also provides an opportunity for community members to contribute towards helping patients with financial difficulties.
The partnership contract was signed by H.E. Awadh Seghayer Al Ketbi, Director-General of the Dubai Health Authority and H.E. Khalid Abdullah Al Qassim, Chairman of the Board of Directors of the Tarahum Charity Foundation in the presence of a number of officials from both sides.
Al Ketbi highlighted the importance of this cooperation. He said: “ The contract facilitates the DHA to promote its vision of supporting humanitarian and charity organisations and enabling them to serve the community. The contract provides an opportunity for both sides to work together with an aim to reach out to patients in need and provide financial support and assistance.”
He praised the role of the charity, businesses and donors that contribute towards humanitarian initiatives.
He emphasized that such humanitarian initiatives are in line with the UAE’s values and principles and that the country has always been at the forefront of supporting humanitarian and charitable initiatives.
For his part, H.E. Khalid Abdullah Al Qassim, Chairman of the Board of Directors of the Tarahum Charity Foundation, expressed his happiness with this partnership, which will work to strengthen the scope of strategic partnerships between charitable initiatives and organizations in the fields of charitable, humanitarian and health work and contribute positively to serving patients and praising the great efforts made by the authority in terms of providing a high-level health service, and to provide excellent medical care to patients, especially those who are insolvent.
Al Qassim expressed his personal appreciation for this fruitful cooperation, stressing that the memorandum of understanding will open a wide field for the implementation of other qualitative initiatives in the next stage.
The Foundation is keen to help patients in need and is working to develop the list of humanitarian aid year after year to include more medical, humanitarian and social services, and spares no effort in response and initiative to help patients.
Source: Dubai Health Authority