Dar Al Ber Society announced the success of the ‘Emirates Al-Khair’ radio program, which is broadcasted weekly on Noor Dubai Radio. Attracting donations and aid, during 2020, with a total value of 12,376,726 dirhams for charitable and humanitarian projects, and support for many community initiatives, within the UAE and abroad.

Muhammad Suhail Al Muhairi, Executive Director of Dar Al Ber Society, explained that the charitable and humanitarian radio program has achieved great and remarkable achievements throughout the year of 2020, extending the hands of help, charity and relief to the needy, within the framework of a wide list of urgent humanitarian cases and charitable projects.

These included taking care of the sick, heart operations, kidney dialysis, cancerous tumors, eyes and liver treatment, also paying rent for defaulters who are unable to pay and paying school fees for school students and providing tablet devices for a large number of them, in support of the process of "distance learning" in the country due to the spread of the Covid-19 pandemic, as well as the provision of travel tickets to a large number of people affected by the global epidemic crisis, who were stranded and unable to return to their countries.

Al Muhairi added that the humanitarian projects and cases, which the radio program turned into a reality, also included the ‘Summer Project’, which is responsible for providing electrical appliances to alleviate the harshness of the summer season, especially air conditioners, refrigerators and water coolers.

Also a food project, and food for breaking the fast during the holy month of Ramadan. Providing food baskets for needy and needy families, printing of the Holy Qur’an, water projects, providing wheelchairs for people of determination outside the country, supporting productive families, building mosques outside the Emirates and digging wells in several countries around the world.
According to the Society’s Executive Director, the harvest of goods for ‘Emirates of Good’ included building centers for memorizing the Holy Qur’an outside the country, providing material support to an orphanage in Senegal for the benefit of 100 orphans. A project to provide food baskets to poor and stricken families in Sudan, and another project to build homes for affected families and the furnishing of mosques in a number of countries around the world.

Al Muhairi called on the benefactors and philanthropists to continue supporting the humanitarian and charitable projects and initiatives launched by the society to help the largest possible number of the needy and the poor, especially in light of the current circumstances due to the spread of the Coronavirus (Covid 19).

He stressed that providing aid to this segment of society is linked to the amount of support of the donors and benefactors through their donations and support for the humanitarian and charitable projects launched by the Dar Al Ber Society in various humanitarian fields. Pointing out that the society has great confidence in the response of those with generous and merciful hearts to alleviate the suffering of the needy and poor.