Pak association discusses joint projects

DUBAI - The concept of joint partnership and projects between the Community Development Authority, Dubai (CDA) and the Pakistan Association Dubai (PAD) was discussed in a recent meeting of the newly elected executive committee of PAD and Dr Omar Al Muthanna, Chief Executive 
Officer, CDA.

By (Staff Reporter)

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Published: Wed 29 Jun 2011, 10:30 PM

Last updated: Thu 2 Apr 2015, 7:41 AM

The idea of a Pakistan Medical Centre on PAD premises was put forward by Dr Zia ul Hasan, President of PAD, to Dr Omar. The response was encouraging and supportive towards the community services. Dr Omar pledged for continuous support to the Pakistani community.

He emphasised the objectives of the CDA to facilitate social services in Dubai.Dr Zia articulated his satisfaction over the way the CDA had supervised the PAD election procedure and said that CDA’s guideline had given the community sheer confidence.

“We are delighted to be working with the authority as it gives us an opportunity to enhance the efficiency, quality and diversity of our community service programmes. Working under the CDA umbrella, sharing knowledge and experiences, will also enable social clubs to promote cross-cultural understanding and strong bonds within Dubai’s multicultural society,” said Dr Ziaul Hassan.

Future projects will be discussed at another detailed meeting. Present at the meeting from CDA were Palani Babu, Manager Facility Licencing, and Majid Sultan Al Marzooqi, Monitoring and Enforcement Specialist.

Syed Zahid Ali Shah Tirmzi, Dr Faisel Ikram, Tariq Rehman, Rizwan Fancy and Asadullah Khan attended the meeting from the PAD.

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