ABU DHABI, Over 7,000 families and 2,000 minors have benefitted from the services rendered by the Social Care and Minors Affairs Foundation, SCMAF.
This was stated by Rashid Atiq Al Hameli, Acting Director-General of SCMAF, who added that these services include financial, educational, medical and social support for the sake of those families who abstain from begging, in order to provide for their needs and ease their burdens.
Al Hameli made his statements during the SCMAF’s Camp 2017 for minors and their guardians, which is organised in co-operation with the Family Development Foundation, the Department of Culture and Tourism and UAE University, in Al Wathba, Abu Dhabi, in the presence of representatives of several social institutions.
He told the Emirates News Agency, WAM, that the SCMAF, continuing on the path established by the country’s founder, the late Sheikh Zayed bin Sultan Al Nahyan, to enhance social and humanitarian values, has been directing attention to minors and their parents since its foundation, adding that caring for them was one of the priorities of Sheikh Zayed, and is continuing today under the directives of the counry’s wise leadership.
The related gatherings organised by the SCMAF are based on the vision of Abu Dhabi to provide top-notch social care services that guarantee stable future for minors and create a safe environment conducive for creativity and performance-led culture, he added.
Al Hameli noted that the SCMAF has launched many awareness programmes for mothers and families of minors, to enhance the culture of social responsibility, adding that the SCMAF is strengthening purposeful partnerships with many government and private departments to support giving and humanitarian values.
Source: Emirates News Agency