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Dubai Cares, part of Mohammad Bin Rashid Al Maktoum Global Initiatives is Working towards helping young people and children in raising and developing countries with access to high-quality education.

Dubai Airports has raised nearly AED 950,000 to mark the International Youth Day in support of the ‘Passport to Earning’ programme that was started in collaboration with Dubai Cares, Microsoft, Accenture, and UNICEF at the RewirEd Summit that was launched in during Expo 2020 Dubai. Dubai Cares is a renowned foundation that helps youth with future empowerment and entrepreneurship options and opportunities all on a single platform.
Dubai’s Airports are a part of this civil society organization since 2010, that collects funds through donation boxes at public places like Airports. As per Majed Al Joker, Chief Operating Officer of Dubai Airports, said: “We’ve supported a number of Dubai Cares’ global initiatives for more than a decade. Together, we’ve made positive change and improved lives. The future belongs to our youth, and we’re proud to be part of an ongoing initiative that supports this important segment of society. We’re confident these funds will continue to help the younger generation reach their full potential.”

For the unversed, Dubai Cares is a part of Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum global initiatives that is working towards providing youth and children giving the country fruitful results through quality education.

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Before we move forward concluding the news, we must remember the famous quote by “No one has ever become poor by giving.”

Source: Media Dubai Airports

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