During the month of Ramadan, the UAE strengthens its humanitarian work locally and globally as part of its ongoing focus since the founding of the state, and these qualities are ingrained in Emirati society as its white hands reach out to all in need and afflicted. regardless of race, gender or religion.
Every Ramadan, the Emirates Red Crescent Authority is willing to set up tents for fasting people in various regions of the country. Ramadan tents are usually set up next to mosques, in open spaces and in the entrances of the houses of some Emiratis.
The authority organizes many charity campaigns on the occasion of the month of Ramadan, including the Ramadan Meer Project, breakfast for a fasting person, zakat al-Fitr and Eid clothing, the proceeds of which reach thousands of needy families at home and abroad. .
Many government agencies in the country also organize charity programs and activities including providing free food and meals to those in need, and many public and private agencies distribute breakfast boxes, dates and water to mosques and shopping malls every day before the call to action. prayer for the Maghreb. .
The UAE is sending many planeloads of food as part of its external humanitarian initiatives during the month of Ramadan, as part of its commitment to provide food aid to families in need in various countries around the world, as well as the launch of many humanitarian campaigns. by the Red Crescent to help affected or poor countries.
It is worth noting that individuals or companies in the country cannot raise money to give to the poor and needy, except after obtaining approval from the General Authority for Islamic Affairs and Endowments or the Department of Islamic Affairs and Charitable Activities.