Abu Dhabi: United Arab Emirates (UAE) businessman, Khalaf bin Ahmed Al Habtoor has offered to help 100 Afghan women to relocate to Dubai and complete their studies in the emirates.
Khalaf Al Habtoor, founder and chairman of the Al Habtoor Group, has offered to work with the authorities to support Afghan students “far from any political stance”.
“Depriving female students of university education is unfortunate and sad,” Al Habtoor wrote on Twitter.
“Therefore, far away from any political stance, I am ready, in co-operation with the relevant authorities to host 100 female students and give them the opportunity to complete their studies in Dubai universities,” he added.
Khalaf Al Habtoor is a well-known global philanthropist who believes that philanthropy should be independent of race, religion and geography. He has generously contributed towards institutions that result in human advancement, including a Simulation Centre at the Dubai Harvard Foundation for Medical Research and a Leadership Centre at Illinois College, USA.
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