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We also exercised the strength of our customer relationships and involved our customers to be a part our initiative and to support in our cause. Irfan Islam VP and Ms. Jaygun to provided her with free supply of raw materials from our waste papers so that she can sell paper bags on to earn a living. Later we raised awareness within the employees about the patients suffering in the orthopedic Hospitals in our city.
We made time in a working day to visit an orthopedic hospital, consulted with Officials there to pick patients who needed supplies the most and then used the fund to give away Medical supplies to 5 poor patients of Orthopedic Hospital, Mirpur Dhaka.
Later we talked to the patient about their incidents and gave them the appropriate supplies for their condition. The journey to the make possible challenge started as a way to make time for the community, to give back, to make a difference. Kaizeners tried to create a difference.
As the name suggests the constant state of improvement cannot be limited in a definite time frame. To curb the growing threat of Thalassemia in the region, awareness is the key driver. Towards the mission of making UAE a Thalassemia free society, we took this initiative.
Essam Dohair from the Centre addressed the focus group in Mashreq highlighting the doable steps by the Community to make the society Thalassemia free. A total of 14 sessions were held and covered students. Students understood the topic and the message was clear as evident from their feedback in the survey. The experience of being back at school was exhilarating. We not only got the opportunity to explore important issues with students but also in turn gained inspiration from the wonderful thoughts and insights of the various children we interacted with during this campaign.
While it was initially challenging to communicate complex issues to young children in ways that were logical to them; we did successfully managed to do so thanks to the fact that the forum was highly interactive and allowed for a constant back-and-forth between us and the students. The students were very generous with their contributions and were clearly eager to speak on this topic.
Many of them had difficult experiences online and needed guidance to better cope with them in the future.
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This was also an educational experience for teachers who gained a clearer understanding of how to approach this subject with their students.
Many teachers asked us for a copy of our presentation and even suggested that we could return in a few months to speak to a new group of children. Helping the Blind We see beautiful things round us every day, whereas a blind person has no way to experience the same.
Beauty is not complete unless it is enjoyed by all our senses. The team in Tech Bangalore worked on spreading awareness on healthy eyes, conducted free eye vision testing, collected funds for a blind school and influenced 39 staff to pledge their eyes. The event further grew when we visited the Blind School and the need was noticed as a challenge to do something for them. Even though the amount collected as donations from staff was limited to fulfill their basic needs.
Our objective was to re-use the Point of Sale Terminals which was previously being destroyed for years. Last year machines were crushed. We took the initiative to find vendors in the market who can buy these machines.
This was a great learing journey and challenging opportunity to think out of the box, which benefits the Bank and leads to a greener future. The total income was AED and 7 Orphans were sponsored. Moreover, a second event was held and it was a Charity Food Festival in the canteen area, where the orphans prepared and sold food collecting AED 4, Another way for the group to raise funds for the orphans was by installing a donation box which raised an additional AED 10, The end result of this campaign exceeded our expectation and it indeed put a smile on all of our faces and faces of orphans.
Before this challenge not many of us knew that it takes only AED to sponsor an orphan for a year: The fluids consisted of Laban, different flavored juices, water bottles and fresh organs Although the temperature was very high, it did not deter our staff to distribute to 2 working sites were more than individuals working outdoors.
We were also able to get the permission from Camp Manager on Thursday itself and we were appreciated by the project manager for this generous endeavor post the event. Mashreq was the only UAE financial institution the students visited. Each business across the Bank ensured participation in the session and engaged with the undergraduates. The session, which took place at our Dubai Internet City Office saw a high level of interactivity between the students and Mashreq staff.
The students were very excited to learn how Mashreq has over the years introduced innovations and how we have coped with the economic climate turn. Exceeding all expectations, the team collected AED. In doing this, we had the opportunity to contribute to the sustainability of our community.
The enthusiasm and mass involvement across the offices mentioned was amazing.
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And our staff pulled out all stops to be part of the event, with over staff members who had their lunch at the event and played all the games. We all came together for a great cause and that exactly reflects the spirit of Mashreq. There was active leadership involvement through the day, right from the inauguration to the closing. While the focus of the event was to collect money for charity and, there were also prizes for staff.
Congratulations to the teams below: Congratulations to the prize winners. All told, over AED40, was raised during the day for charity- as importantly, you all truly showcased what group of people with the same goal can achieve. What you all have achieved was beyond all expectations.
From practical to theory sessions, our staff truly engaged with the students. Our colleagues in Pakistan collected contribution s for those affected by the recent Nepal earthquake, while those in Bahrain and Bangladesh spent time and money bringing some light into the life of the less privileged old age home, accident victims.
Kudos to our colleagues from these locations. Thank you to everyone who took the time to contribute back to the community. Remember, your small way of contributing means so much to them. Across three consecutive weekends, Mashreq volunteers joined hands and invited their family members to be part of this initiative, which turnout to become a success.
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This initiative adds up to the ongoing sustainability programme run across the year by Mashreq to continue playing a positive role in the society. Mashreq's Corporate Banking Group employees volunteer during Ramadan To commemorate the Holy Month of Ramadan, the Corporate Group Banking Employees organized a charity drive to contribute to the local community and lend a hand to those less fortunate in our society The 'Iftar combo meals' were handed out to labor camps in Al Quoz Industrial Area for two weeks during Ramadan to workers every day.
The community initiative reflects the humanitarian sentiments of our employees and their willingness to participate in charitable drives. We were once again pleased to participated at the Zayed Humanitarian Work Day The Care Kit composed of: The compassion our volunteers showcased in both projects is an inspiration for us all and have made the occasion even more memorable.
The renovations include upgraded baggage systems, replacement of check-in desks and a more spacious departure hall. Arrivals will also see improvements to help reduce waiting times.
The renovation was completed by the middle of These are required to bring the capacity of the airport to 80—90 million passengers a year by It involves the construction of Concourse D previously Terminal 4. With a capacity of 15 million, it would bring the total capacity of the airport to 90 million passengers by —an increase of 15 million.
It also will see Emirates take over the operation at Concourse C, along with concourse A and B which it will already be operating.
The airport projects that international passenger and cargo traffic will increase at an average annual growth rate of 7. It is used by over 50 airlines, mainly operating in the Persian Gulf region. In JuneTerminal 2 became the hub of Air India Express and flydubai and the terminal houses the airline's corporate head office.
Check-in counters have increased to The boarding area is more spacious, with more natural light. Also the new open boarding gates allow several flights to board simultaneously, improving passenger and aircraft movements. There are a total of 43 remote stands at the terminal. However, passengers cannot move between Terminal 2 to 1 or from 2 to 3 and vice verse inside the airport. They have to make use of Taxi service or public transport available outside.
Qantas would be the second and only one of two airlines to fly in and out of Terminal 3. This deal also allows Qantas to use the A dedicated concourse. A large part is located under the taxiway area and is directly connected to Concourse B: The building includes a multi level underground structure, first and business class lounges, restaurants, check-in counters and 2, car-parking spaces.
The gates in concourse A are labelled A1—A Each lounge has its own dedicated floor offering direct aircraft access from the lounges. The terminal has 10 floors 4 basements, a ground floor and 5 above floors. The building currently includes a multi-level structure for departures and arrivals and includes 32 gates, labelled B1—B For transit passengers the concourse has 3 transfer areas and 62 transfer desks.
The Marhaba lounge, the smallest lounge at the concourse has a capacity of passengers at a time.