The Federal Authority for Government Human Resources (FAHR) has recently launched a charitable campaign in cooperation with Al-Jhalila Foundation to support the treatment of a 6-year-old Arab girl called Noor, who is suffering congenital hearing loss, and needs cochlear implant.
In this regard, Hanan Mohammed bin Naseef, Deputy Director of Government Communications, FAHR, said that this campaign comes within the framework of "Mud Al Awn (Aid)" campaign, a key initiative of the Authority launched in response to the announcement of 2018 as the Year of Zayed by His Highness Sheikh Khalifa bin Zayed Al Nahyan, and in the framework of the existing cooperation between FAHR and Al-Jalila Foundation under the memorandum of understanding signed recently between the two parties.
She pointed out that the charitable campaign aims to help Nour regain the blessing of hearing, thus bringing joy to her heart and alleviating the suffering of her family, which cannot afford the cost of treatment. Her father is a simple employee with monthly salary not exceeding 3,500 dirhams, supports a family of five members, and has two other daughters with the same problem.
“The Federal Authority for Government Human Resources has publicized the campaign at the federal government level to allow the opportunity for the largest number of employees of the ministries and federal entities to participate in community work and charitable giving through their various social networking accounts or via BAYANATI System”, she noted.
Hanan Mohammed bin Naseef called on community groups to contribute to the campaign and donate AED 10 by sending the word ‘Sanad’ in an SMS to number 4202, or AED 20 by using the same word to number 4206 via Etisalat and du.