The Emirates Foundation has concluded a strategic partnership with the Emirates Nature-WWF in cooperation with the World Wide Fund for Nature, a leading non-profit organization established to preserve the natural heritage of the UAE, with the aim of participating in a series of volunteer initiatives that will enable civil society and youth to multiply their impact and work together to build A world in which man and nature thrive side by side.
The series of initiatives continues until next November and is organized within the framework of the “Takatof Program” of the “Emirates Foundation”, which provides meaningful opportunities for citizens and residents of the country to volunteer in important social causes. Through this cooperation, nearly 400 Takatuf volunteers will participate in environmental activities, as part of the Emirates Nature-WWF program “Leaders of Change”.
Commenting on this partnership, Ahmed Talib Al Shamsi, CEO of the Emirates Foundation, said: “We look forward to the contribution of all members of society to the efforts made to protect the natural environment of the UAE and to participate in the series of voluntary initiatives that we are launching in cooperation with the Emirates Nature-WWF, in order to build an environmental future.” more sustainable.”-
Laila Mustafa Abdul Latif, Director General of Emirates Nature-WWF, said: “We are excited to partner with the Emirates Foundation’s Takatof program to inspire more people in the UAE to volunteer for nature. Through the environmental activities and field trips of the “Change Leaders” program, volunteers will discover more about the rich natural heritage of the country and will participate in scientific topics related to preserving the environment, while making a significant impact for the benefit of people and the planet.