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‘Bread for All’ program launched in UAE FGN News

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FGN News,

The UAE government has launched the ‘Bread for All’ programme, under which machines have been installed in various parts of Dubai to provide free bread to the poor.

Mohammed bin Rashid Global Center for Endowment Consultancy (MBRGCEC) under Awqaf and Minors Affairs Foundation (AMAF) has launched a campaign to support underprivileged families and workers by providing free bread at different times of the day.

These convenient bread vending machines have been installed in Al-Muzhar, Warqa, Mirdif, Nad Al-Shiba, Nad Al-Hamar, Al-Kuz and Al-Bada.

This vending machine allows people to choose between Arabic roti and finger rolls after which a confirmation screen is displayed, after selecting “click to order” the machine starts preparing hot roti. Which is ready in about a minute.

Currently, companies are responsible for refilling the machines twice a day, morning and evening.

It must be remembered that the ‘Koi Bhuka Nahi Soyaga’ program started during the global pandemic of Corona virus, which has now been formalized.

MBRGCEC Director Zainab Juma Al Tamini confirmed that the number of these machines will be increased in Dubai and that the program will be extended to 6 other emirates apart from Dubai.

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