Dubai: Round 100 bancrupt staff of Dubai’s Roads and Transport Authority (RTA) have benefited from ‘Jisr Al Khair’, a humanitarian initiative that was launched by RTA Basis in 2017 as a part of the 12 months of Giving. A complete of Dh1.15 million monetary help had been distributed to them to cowl their liabilities.
“The quantity was distributed to deserving staff underneath strict situations,” mentioned Dr Yousef Al Ali, chairman of the Greater Committee of RTA Basis and CEO of Dubai Taxi Company, on Wednesday. He added: “We’re happy that the ‘Jisr Al Khair’ initiative of RTA’s Charity Basis has been capable of cowl as many as 100 staff with monetary hardship. It mirrored the rules of fraternity and compassion between RTA’s leaders and employees in addition to the keenness to nurture a constructive working setting.”
Al Ali defined: “The initiative charted out the deserving classes equivalent to complete or partial incapacity, persistent illnesses, gathered rents, and difficulties in paying faculty charges. It strictly adopted the stipulations of Beit Al Khair Society and the MoU [memorandum of understanding] signed on this regard. Candidates had been vetted and deserving names had been forwarded to the Greater Committee of RTA Charity Basis for processing the instances underneath Jisr Al Khair initiative,” he defined.
Al Ali famous that RTA employees additionally donated for the initiative. Round Dh150,000 had been donated by RTA to assist their colleagues, other than the Dh1 million contribution from RTA Basis. He praised the solidarity by RTA staff and mentioned the initiative “is synonymous of the humanitarian and charitable legacy of the late Sheikh Zayed bin Sultan Al Nahyan.”