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Vice President and Prime Minister

The UAE Interact
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Company Description: The UAE is committed to pursuing its efforts to enhance human rights in keeping with its own cultural identity and special characteristics and in cooperation with...   more
Background

Employment History

  • Chief Executive Officer
    The Noor Dubai Foundation
  • Vice President and Prime Minister
    United Arab Emirates
  • President
    United Arab Emirates
  • Next Prime Minister and Vice President
    United Arab Emirates
  • Partner
    Lions
  • Partner
    Lions Clubs International Inc
  • ORBIS
  • Al Basar International

Board Memberships and Affiliations

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All disputes arising in connection therewith shall be heard only by a court of competent jurisdiction in Dubai, U.A.E.
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It is the largest emirate by ...
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It is the largest emirate by area (67,340 km²), and second-largest by population (after Dubai), accounting for approximately 86% of the total land area of the UAE.
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With a population of 374,000 (2009), it is located approximately 160 km east of the capital Abu Dhabi and about 120 km south of Dubai.
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Dubai ( ; ) is one of the seven emirates of the United Arab Emirates (UAE). It is located south of the Persian Gulf on the Arabian Peninsula and has the largest population with the second-largest land territory by area of all the emirates, after Abu Dhabi. Dubai and Abu Dhabi are the only two emirates to have veto power over critical matters of national importance in the country's legislature. http://wn.com/Dubai Dubai Sports City The Dubai Sports City is a $4 billion, mixed-use sports city currently being constructed in Dubai, United Arab Emirates. The city will consist of apartment buildings as well as several sports facilities. The first structures opened in late 2007. Many people believed it was going to be used in Dubai's possible bid to host the 2016 Summer Olympics, but Dubai never submitted a bid. http://wn.com/Dubai_Sports_City
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It is located on the Jumeirah coastal area of the emirate of Dubai, in the United Arab Emirates (UAE). http://wn.com/Palm_Jumeirah
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In Dubai the FG1000 Car Unveiled on the Dubai Autodrome track for the Formula Gulf series
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In Dubai the FG1000 Car Unveiled on the Dubai Autodrome track for the Formula Gulf series...
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The Atlantis resort at Palm Jumeirah in Dubai. Dubai has one of the largest tourism and real estate based economies in the Middle East.
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Dubai: The Dubai Sports Council (DSC) Executive Bureau (EB) chaired by vice-president Mattar Mohammad Al Tayer has decided in its last meeting to approve the agreement between the DSC and the UAE...
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It all really started in September when His Highness Shaikh Mohammad Bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Vice-President and Prime Minister of the UAE and Ruler of Dubai, led the UAE endurance team to win the gold medal in the 160-km...
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"Organising an event of international stature is definitely a clear message to the whole world that the emirates, and Dubai in particular, [are] ready to take...
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It consists of seven states, termed emirates (because they are ruled by emirs), which are Abu Dhabi, Ajman, Dubai, Fujairah, Ras al-Khaimah, Sharjah and Umm al-Quwain.
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When Dubai's oil exports commenced in 1969, Rashid bin Saeed Al Maktoum, the de facto ruler of Dubai, was also able to use oil revenues to improve the quality of life of his people.
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The rulers of Abu Dhabi and Dubai decided to form a union between their two emirates independently, prepare a constitution, then call the rulers of the other five emirates to a meeting and offer them the opportunity to join.
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In January 2006, Sheikh Maktoum bin Rashid Al Maktoum, the prime minister of the UAE and the ruler of Dubai, died, and Crown Prince Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum assumed both roles.
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In general, the rulers of the emirates accepted the British intervention, but in the case of boundary disputes between Abu Dhabi and Dubai, and also between Dubai and Sharjah, conflicting claims were not resolved until after the UAE became independent.
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The UAE is a federation of seven absolute monarchies: the emirates of Abu Dhabi, Ajman, Fujairah, Sharjah, Dubai, Ras al-Khaimah and Umm al-Qaiwain.
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The emir of Abu Dhabi holds the presidency, and the emir of Dubai is prime minister.
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However, Dubai and Ras al-Khaimah do not belong to the national judiciary.
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A federal court system applies to all emirates except Dubai and Ras Al Khaimah, which are not fully integrated into the federal judicial system.
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Live-in relationships are illegal in all emirates including Dubai where there have been numerous arrests of couples that have lived together, and even have visited the city together.
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These shelters include the Dubai Women's and Children's Foundation, which was established in July 2007, and Ewaa in Abu Dhabi, which opened in late 2008, as well as the Human Rights Care Department in Dubai and the Social Support Centre in Abu Dhabi, which have been operating for several years. Worker protests have been cracked down on.
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The UAE has also used the Red Crescent authority and charities such as Dubai Cares and Noor Dubai to donate aid to foreign countries as well.
Political divisions The United Arab Emirates is divided into seven emirates. Abu Dhabi is the most populated Emirate with 38% of the UAE population. The Emirate of Dubai has a further 30%, so over two-thirds of the UAE population live in either Abu Dhabi or Dubai.
Abu Dhabi has an area of 67,340 square kilometres, which is 86.7% of the country's total area, excluding the islands. It has a coastline extending for more than 400 kilometres and is divided for administrative purposes into three major regions. The Emirate of Dubai extends along the Persian Gulf coast of the UAE for approximately 72 kilometres. Dubai has an area of 3,885 square kilometers, which is equivalent to 5 per cent of the country's total area, excluding the islands.
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These developments are particularly evident in the larger emirates of Abu Dhabi and Dubai.
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It has Dubai as its hub, and flies to over 100 destinations across six continents.
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in Deira, Dubai]] The United Arab Emirates has a diverse and multicultural society. The country's cultural imprint as a small, ethnically homogenous pearling community was changed with the arrival of other ethnic groups and nationals-first by the Iranians in the early 1900s, and later by Indians and Pakistanis in the 1960s. Dubai has been criticized for perpetuating a class-based society, where migrant workers are in the lower classes. Despite the diversity of the population, only minor and infrequent episodes of ethnic tensions have been reported in the city. Major holidays in Dubai include Eid al Fitr, which marks the end of Ramadan, and National Day (2 December), which marks the formation of the United Arab Emirates.
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In Dubai, the area of Al Quoz has attracted a number of art galleries.
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Dubai also plans to build a Kunsthal museum and a district for galleries and artists.
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Dubai has two cricket stadiums (Dubai Cricket Ground No.1 and No.2) with a third, 'S3' currently under construction as part of Dubai Sports City. Dubai is also home to the International Cricket Council.
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Noor Dubai - Schedule The Noor Dubai Foundation has comprehensive programs operating globally. Since its inception in 2008, Noor Dubai has worked in over 10 countries across Asia and Africa reaching out to over 5 million individuals. Our programs reach patients, health care professionals, and volunteers to help treat and prevent blindness and alleviate its burdens in order to improve the quality of life for the entire community. Noor Dubai works to improve people's lives for a better chance and a better future. Start: 02:00 AM
April 14, 2011 | The Chicago Lighthouse
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Noor Dubai, the UAE-based charity focused on preventing and treating low vision and curable forms of blindness, announced today that it had successfully organized an eye camp in one of the world's areas, mostly affected by natural disasters and poverty. Noor Dubai is the first humanitarian establishment to provide large-scale eye treatment in Sindh following the floods last year.
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Overall, Noor Dubai and its partners provided a comprehensive healthcare service to an area of need, that was devastated by natural disasters, poverty and lack of basic healthcare infrastructure", added Al Murooshid.
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"The cost of having a Cataract surgery in Dubai ranges between $500 to $1000, but in the eye camp the cost goes down to $8 only, thanks to our partners, and supporters. Some of the cases treated in the camp were of those affected by Diabetic Retinopathy"
To date, Noor Dubai has restored the vision of more than 5.8 million people in Pakistan, Sudan, Yemen, Chad, Niger, Bangladesh, Sri Lanka, Ethiopia, Mali, Uganda, Palestine, Iraq, Jordan, Oman, Bahrain and the United Arab Emirates. This Non-Governmental, non-for-profit organization has performed cataract surgeries for more than 10,000 individuals, and provided medication and corrective eyewear to more than 90,000 people through the eye camps.
Noor Dubai has funded, in 2008 and 2009 the fight against river blindness and other causes of preventable vision loss in Africa, and has so far reached out to more than 5 million individuals in Ethiopia, Mali, Cameroon and Uganda. HH Sheikh Mohammed Bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Vice President and Prime Minister of the UAE and Ruler of Dubai, founded Noor Dubai the initiative in September 2008 with the aim of healing more than one million men, women and children around the world in one year. In October 2010, His Highness issued a decree to establish the Noor Dubai Foundation turning the initiative into an independent foundation to continue the noble cause and the fight against avoidable and treatable forms of blindness.
Noor Dubai and partners have also worked in 2009 to provide patients with medical treatment, including trachoma surgeries, spectacles and training for primary health care workers, teachers and volunteer leaders from women's groups. Additionally, nurses from district-level health centers have been trained to provide primary eye care.
Noor Dubai has worked with Al Basar International, a Saudi-based NGO focused on blindness prevention.
Noor Dubai, the UAE-based ...
www.uaeinteract.com, 13 April 2011 [cached]
Noor Dubai, the UAE-based charity focused on preventing and treating low vision and curable forms of blindness, announced yesterday that it had successfully organised an eye camp in one of the world's areas, mostly affected by natural disasters and poverty. Noor Dubai is the first humanitarian establishment to provide large-scale eye treatment in Sindh following the floods last year.
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Overall, Noor Dubai and its partners provided a comprehensive healthcare service to an area of need, that was devastated by natural disasters, poverty and lack of basic healthcare infrastructure. Dr. Manal Taryam, CEO of Noor Dubai, said: "The extreme poverty in the area is made worse by the fact that the town of Shahdadkot of the Sindh Province, was the one area most affected by the floods in Pakistan. This town is located 342km away from Karachi.
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Some of the cases treated in the camp were of those affected by Diabetic Retinopathy" To date, Noor Dubai has restored the vision of more than 5.8 million people in Pakistan, Sudan, Yemen, Chad, Niger, Bangladesh, Sri Lanka, Ethiopia, Mali, Uganda, Palestine, Iraq, Jordan, Oman, Bahrain and the United Arab Emirates. This Non-Governmental, non-for-profit organisation has performed cataract surgeries for more than 10,000 individuals, and provided medication and corrective eyewear to more than 90,000 people through the eye camps. Noor Dubai has funded, in 2008 and 2009 the fight against river blindness and other causes of preventable vision loss in Africa, and has so far reached out to more than 5 million individuals in Ethiopia, Mali, Cameroon and Uganda. H.H. Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Vice President and Prime Minister of the UAE and Ruler of Dubai, founded Noor Dubai the initiative in September 2008 with the aim of healing more than one million men, women and children around the world in one year.
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Noor Dubai and partners have also worked in 2009 to provide patients with medical treatment, including trachoma surgeries, spectacles and training for primary health care workers, teachers and volunteer leaders from women's groups. Additionally, nurses from district-level health centres have been trained to provide primary eye care. Noor Dubai has worked with Al Basar International, a Saudi-based NGO focused on blindness prevention.
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