The United Arab Emirates is setting a great example when it comes to voluntary work and helping fellow states.
This is most manifest during the floods that are hitting Sudan these days.
The flooding has caused massive devastation in Sudan and killed over 100 people.
The UAE came to the rescue of the Sudanese people by establishing a number of makeshift field hospitals in different areas of Sudan.
The NGO, Emirates Giving, which is headquartered in Abu Dhabi, was established in April 2019.
The NGO spreads information about the importance of giving and voluntary work. It promotes tolerance among the different segments of society, and especially youth, through a number of initiatives.
Emirates Giving created a number of partnerships with state institutions and the private sector.
Emirates Giving started operating a mobile field hospital for the treatment of the injured victims of the floods.
The medical specialists brought in by the NGO cooperate with volunteers from Sudan in offering medical and health services to Sudanese citizens.
They are all acting under the slogan “In Zayed’s footsteps”.
The medical teams of the NGO have so far succeeded in offering health services to hundreds of people during the first maiden operation of the field hospital.
The hospital also succeeded in drawing in a large number of health specialists from Sudan to volunteer within its activities.
The hospital tries to offer medical solutions to Sudanese citizens, containing a number of different sections and specialties.