5 days, 22 countries, 28,395 Iftars by Dar Al Ber

5 days, 22 countries, 28,395 Iftars by Dar Al Ber

Dubai - Cooked and readymade foods, along with foodstuff baskets, are provided to the eligible people



The Dar Al Ber Society, committed to vulnerable people, distributed free Iftar meals to 28,395 people in 22 countries in the first five days of the holy month.
Abdullah Ali bin Zayed Al Falasi, executive director of Dar Al Ber, said the Iftar meals are being distributed in collaboration with 26 strategic partners, entities and associations worldwide. "The free Iftar meals provided are up to the best food and health standards as agreed with the suppliers."
Cooked and readymade foods, along with foodstuff baskets, are provided to the eligible people at geographically distant areas, he added. "The project also spans certain segments of the society, including the widows, orphans, inmates, poor and needy, leave alone those at the mosques and education centres."
The Dubai-based Dar Al Ber Society has recently unveiled its promising plans to support up to 369,100 poor and low-income people this Ramadan. "The list of vulnerable beneficiaries spans 369,100 vulnerable people and 500 low-income families in the UAE and 36 countries around the world," he said.
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