Dubai, UAE: Union Coop, the largest Consumer Cooperative in the UAE signed a Memorandum of Understanding with ‘Dubai Women Association’, which aims to support and implement the concept of community responsibility by offering material support towards community service that ultimately benefits the educational process of children.
The Memorandum was signed by Engr. Madiya Al Marri, Director of Properties and Projects Division, Union Coop on behalf of the CEO - H.E. Khalid Humaid Bin Diban Al Falasi and Ms Fatima Ahmed Al Abdullah, Director, Dubai Women Association, Al Khawaneej Branch, Dubai.
For her part, Engr. Madiya Al Marri said, “Through our support to Dubai Women Association, we aim to provide a suitable environment to our students, fulfil our commitment to support public welfare institutions and help in the development of an infrastructure that meets the aspirations of the wise leadership to reach number one position. It should be noted that Union Coop supports several community sectors, as a part of its ‘Corporate Social Responsibility’ strategy.”
Ms Fatima Ahmed Al Abdullah said, “The signing of the MoU came through our agreement with Union Coop, on focussing towards the ‘children’ segment, which is the core of the society. It is all about raising the man of the future with apt leadership qualities, in line with the vision of our wise government and our young nation.”© Press Release 2019
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