The United Arab Emirates (UAE) is making significant efforts to support its neighboring countries in crisis by providing various forms of humanitarian and relief assistance to alleviate the situations.
The UAE’s humanitarian team in Chad has recently initiated a project to rehabilitate and maintain several schools in the city of Amdjarass. This is part of the UAE’s humanitarian efforts in the Republic of Chad, coordinated by the UAE Aid Coordination Office in Chad. The UAE continues to play a leading role in humanitarian work by improving the educational environment in Amdjarass through school rehabilitation, providing a conducive learning environment for students to acquire knowledge.
The UAE humanitarian team conducted extensive field visits to assess the schools’ needs before rehabilitation, and they met with Chadian officials in Amdjarass to understand the basic requirements, ensuring they are met according to the highest standards.
The UAE humanitarian team visited three schools, namely the Secondary School (Banin), the Girls’ School, and the Elementary School, to inspect the ongoing maintenance work. Maintenance work is progressing rapidly in classrooms and other facilities to prepare them for the new academic year in Amdjarass. Classrooms will be equipped with modern furniture and school facilities will be improved. Field visits to schools will continue to monitor the progress of maintenance until it is completed.
The UAE humanitarian team in Chad comprises the UAE Red Crescent Authority, the Zayed bin Sultan Al Nahyan Charitable and Humanitarian Foundation, the Khalifa bin Zayed Al Nahyan Foundation for Humanitarian Works, and the UAE Aid Coordination Office.
Saif Yaser Al Afari, a representative of the UAE Red Crescent Authority, stated that the humanitarian delegation visited three schools in Amdjarass to inspect the maintenance work in coordination with the UAE Aid Coordination Office in Chad. Maintenance work is proceeding swiftly in classrooms and other facilities before the start of the new academic year in Amdjarass. Classrooms will be equipped with modern furniture and school facilities improved. Field visits to schools will continue to monitor the progress of maintenance until it is completed.
The UAE Aid Coordination Office in Chad continues its efforts through fieldwork and visits to villages in Amdjarass to provide essential needs to Sudanese refugees and the local community, monitor their requirements, and strive to provide them as quickly as possible.
The UAE President, Sheikh Mohamed bin Zayed, directed the dispatch of urgent relief aid to the victims of the earthquake in Morocco and the provision of various forms of support. This initiative reflects the strong fraternal relations between the UAE and Morocco and aims to enhance efforts in addressing the crisis, in line with the UAE’s approach of solidarity and support for brothers and different peoples worldwide, especially in challenging circumstances.
Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid, Deputy President of the UAE and Ruler of Dubai, directed all Dubai Police search and rescue teams to promptly provide all necessary assistance to their counterparts in Morocco to rescue earthquake victims. He extended a helping hand to brothers in rescuing the victims of the earthquake that struck various cities in Morocco, as reported by WAM (Emirates News Agency).
Under the wise leadership of Sheikh Mohamed bin Zayed, the President of the UAE, urgent relief aid and search and rescue teams have been sent to Libya to assist in dealing with the consequences of the heavy rains and flooding that affected the country. This was reported by the official UAE news agency, WAM.
Sheikh Mohamed bin Zayed expressed his condolences to the leadership, government, and people of Libya for the victims of the floods, praying that Allah grants mercy to the victims and grants their families patience and solace while also praying for the swift recovery of the injured.
The Libyan news agency (LANA) reported that more than 2,000 people have lost their lives due to the floods that swept through eastern Libya. The Benghazi Red Crescent estimated that between 150 to 250 people have died in the city of Derna, according to Reuters.
More than 2,800 people have been killed, and thousands are considered missing due to the impact of Storm Daniel that hit the country.