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WORLD CHILDREN’S DAY: Emirates Spotlights The Work Of Its Foundation Partners In Improving The Welfare Of Children Around The World

WORLD CHILDREN’S DAY: Emirates Spotlights The Work Of Its Foundation Partners In Improving The Welfare Of Children Around The World—On World Children’s Day, the Emirates Airline Foundation and its NGO partners share their hopes for improving the welfare of disadvantaged children around the world, and speak on projects that provide children with safe shelter, basic necessities such as food and medical services, and access to opportunities through education and skills training.

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WORLD CHILDREN’S DAY: Emirates Spotlights The Work Of Its Foundation Partners In Improving The Welfare Of Children Around The World

WORLD CHILDREN’S DAY: Emirates Spotlights The Work Of Its Foundation Partners In Improving The Welfare Of Children Around The WorldOn World Children’s Day, the Emirates Airline Foundation and its NGO partners share their hopes for improving the welfare of disadvantaged children around the world, and speak on projects that provide children with safe shelter, basic necessities such as food and medical services, and access to opportunities through education and skills training.

Emirates Spotlights The Work Of Its Foundation Partners In Improving The Welfare Of Children Around The World

Sir Tim Clark, President Emirates Airline and Chairman of the Emirates Airline Foundation said: “In the 18 years since its establishment, the Foundation has been helping to channel the generous donations of our passengers and employees towards projects focused on improving the welfare of children in need.

“The Foundation currently supports 19 projects in 12 countries around the world, and we would love to do more. Children are our world’s collective hope for the future, and they deserve every dignity and opportunity.”

Some of the organizations and projects supported by the Foundation include: the Virlanie Foundation in the Philippines which helps provide housing and protection for 42 marginalized children; the Little Prince Nursery and School in Kenya which provides nursery and primary education for over 400 underprivileged children from the Kibera slums; and the Italian NGO Emergenza Sorrisi which sent medical volunteers to perform life changing plastic surgeries for over 100 children last year. In South Africa, Singakwenza, which works to build sustainable early childhood programmes in economically disadvantaged communities, trained over 1,400 parents, caregivers and educators last year; and in India, IMMPACT provides education through community-based learning centers to 3,000 girls each year who come from underprivileged families mostly in rural areas that have little or no access to schools.

 

 

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