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University CSR team visits ailing children at hospital
August 18, 2013
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DUBAI: The University of Modern Sciences (UMS), on Saturday took an initiative in supporting the ailing children.

The CSR team of University of Modern Sciences visited the Pediatric Ward in Latifa Hospital in Dubai, under its’ Eid celebrations campaign to share the joys of Eid and spread happiness among the ailing children. The UMS team along with the Social Work Unit of Latifa Hospital toured the children’s ward.

Dr Adel Hamadeh, vice-president for administrative and financial affairs, UMS said: “At UMS, we believe in developing the cognitive skills of our students, building their confidence and making them learn and practice social skills. We believe education is the foundation for a better future.”

He further stated, “The true aim of this year’s Eid and our visit is to show the children at the hospital the importance of education. Bringing joy to children is important, because 50 per cent of the cure is happiness. We are thankful to the hospital authorities for their continued support.”

The UMS student’s team distributed presents and toys among children on behalf of the university, and the children at the Latifa Hospital were delighted to receive the gifts.

During the visit and discussion with the Hospital team, the UMS delegation highly appreciated its modern and comprehensive facilities and equipment, professional service and friendly environment.


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