The Emirates Red Crescent (ERC) inaugurated a green zone at the Emirati-Jordanian refugee camp in Mraijib Al Fhood in an official ceremony attended by prominent figures.
Eco-Friendly Housing Units Manufactured in the UAE
The green zone includes uniquely designed, eco-friendly housing units that were entirely manufactured in the UAE. These units utilized sustainable materials and were constructed with support from First Abu Dhabi Bank and logistical facilitation by Aramex.
A Symbolic Gesture and New Beginnings
Sheikha Shamma planted an olive tree within the camp, symbolizing hope and the start of a sustainable journey. She also handed over keys to young Syrian couples, marking a new phase of growth.
Exploring Camp Amenities and Showcasing Talent
During her visit, Sheikha Shamma explored the camp’s amenities, including its cultural complex. Children at the camp showcased their talents through folk performances.
ERC’s Commitment to Sustainability
Acting Secretary-General of the ERC, Hamoud Abdullah Al Junaibi, emphasized the ERC’s focus on sustainability, the benefits of the housing units, and their contribution to sustainable development.
Acknowledging Valuable Partnerships
First Abu Dhabi Bank reaffirmed its commitment to social responsibility and expressed pride in its strategic partnership with the ERC, supporting humanitarian goals and projects.
A Vision for a Sustainable Future
This initiative aligns with the UAE’s commitment to sustainable development and climate action, with the aim of improving the quality of life while protecting the environment. The ERC’s partners, including First Abu Dhabi Bank and Aramex, played crucial roles in this significant project.
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