Charity runs 70 projects in Ghana, Senegal

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Abdullah Ali bin Zayed, the executive director of Dar Al Ber Society.
Abdullah Ali bin Zayed, the executive director of Dar Al Ber Society.

Dubai - Abdullah Ali bin Zayed, executive director of Dar Al Ber Society, said the society has started field visits to these schemes in collaboration with Dar Al Ber partners around the world.

By Ahmed Shaaban


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Published: Wed 11 May 2016, 12:00 AM

Last updated: Wed 11 May 2016, 2:00 AM

The Dar Al Ber Society (DABS) has run a variety of 70 major charitable and humanitarian projects worth millions in Ghana and Senegal to ease the suffering of the people there.
Abdullah Ali bin Zayed, executive director of Dar Al Ber Society, said the society has started field visits to these schemes in collaboration with Dar Al Ber partners around the world.
"Senior staff and specialists are being dispatched on a regular basis to meet with Dar Al Ber strategic partners across the globe to be updated about the developments of the philanthropic projects being carried out and their capability to run these schemes."
The visits are also meant to check on the prices, specifications and designs of the projects as initially proposed by the strategic partners abroad, and highlight the remarks and recommendations due, he added.
"A delegation of the society experts and specialists, including Abdulkareem Jaafar Al Hassan, manager of projects department, and Abdulhakeem Mohammed Abdullah, property assessment specialist, paid a 15-day visit to charity projects in Ghana and Senegal."
Abdulkareem Jaafar Al Hassan said they inspected 70 charity projects. "These included five Islamic schools and centres whereas the delegation checked a number of sites recommended for building big educational institutions." The society has accomplished so many projects in Ghana and Senegal, spanning building mosques, schools and Islamic centres, digging water wells, sponsoring orphans, students and Quran teachers, he stated.
ahmedshaaban@khaleejtimes.com 



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