Responding to the Directives of the President of the U.A.E., the National Archives Participates in the Campaign “Yemen: We Care”

Responding to the Directives of the President of the U.A.E., the National Archives Participates in the Campaign  “Yemen: We Care”

Responding to the Directives of the President of the U.A.E.,
the National Archives Participates in the Campaign
“Yemen: We Care”

In response to the directives of His Highness Sheikh Khalifa Bin Zayed Al Nahyan, the National Archives of the United Arab Emirates in collaboration with the Red Crescent Authority participated in the solidarity campaign “Yemen We Care” to support the humanitarian situation and to provide relief to the people of Yemen. This is done through the cash donations of the NA’s staff to the Red Crescent station at the NA headquarters.
The participation in this humanitarian campaign seeks to promote the spirit of social responsibility in the National Archives’ staff, and to encourage them to engage in the voluntary and humanitarian initiatives that aim to alleviate the suffering of our brothers in Yemen, and to help the Yemeni families whose conditions were affected by the crisis in Yemen.
The response of the National Archives was speedy in order to contribute to the relief efforts, as it believes in the importance of the solidarity with our brothers during hard times and crises. That response expresses the social responsibility, which the National Archives believes in and considers one of the objectives of community development strategy in major crises.
The National Archives is keen on participating in the campaign “Yemen We Care” to support the deteriorating humanitarian situation in some areas in Yemen, since it believes that such participation embodies the humanitarian and fraternal solidarity between the peoples of the two brotherly countries.
Within that framework, the National Archives supported its campaign by internal ads, short SMS, posts on social media and internal mail urging and motivating employees to earnestly participate in the relief of the Yemeni brothers until the end of their crisis.