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More than 30 employees from Tamani Marina hotel, the leading hotel in family tourism in the United Arab Emirates, participated with families, children, government agencies and private institutions in the march of Dubai Cares for Education in 2015, which was organized by Dubai Cares in support of education in developing countries.
Walid Al-Awa, general manager of Tamani Marina said: "we are pleased to participate in charitable initiatives that contribute economically, morally and humanly, which constitute a sustained commitment for us in front of the large community in which we work through, as well as of Tamani Marina small community since this contribution strengthen the cooperation and solidarity of our team. "
AL Awa commended on the leading role of the Emirate of Dubai in supporting humanitarian issues on the Arab and international levels, which he considered approach which complements the UAE approach based on its commitment to kindhearted Islamic values, principles and humanitarian considerations arising from the nature of the people of the UAE known of their noble, genuine values and charity initiatives.
AL Awa emphasized the importance of such humanitarian role in promoting convergence and love among the people based on principles of equality and justice which contributed to relieve the suffering of many people and resolve several humanitarian issues, including education and other issues.
Dubai Cares marches for education in walking three kilometers distance to replicate the effort and hardship suffered by children in developing countries who walk to school on their own feet daily just to obtain primary education.
AL Awa stressed that the march of Dubai Cares for Education represents a distinguished goal consistent with the objectives of Tamani Marina in providing future for the children dreaming a better tomorrow by alleviating their suffering getting primary education in their towns and villages.
8,000 people of the UAE community participated in the sixth edition of Dubai Cares march for education that extended along the street in Riyadh, Dubai Creek Park, where everyone enjoyed a range of activities organized by the Dubai Cares after the march inside the park aim of providing entertainment for children and adults.
AL Awa called for all individuals and institutions and the community to support the good work which translate the noble values of correlation and social solidarity embodied in the community of the United Arab Emirates pointing to the need to pay attention major education issues and humanitarian initiatives as an important pillar in the prosperity and progress of the communities.