Dar Al Ber Society has spent over $56 million during the first half of 2022 on charitable and sustainable development projects that have benefitted 2.9 million people worldwide and in the UAE, the Emirates News Agency (WAM) reported on Monday.
The non-profit organization has donated to 22,517 projects so far this year, according to WAM.
More than $13.6 million were donated to a total of 8,901 projects in the first quarter of this year, while $14,128,257 were directed to 13,616 projects in the second quarter, the CEO and Managing Director of Dar Al Ber SocietyMuhammad Suhail Al-Muhairi said.
Some of these humanitarian projects have been completed while others are underway, he added.
The Dar Al Ber Society helped build 2,144 mosques – 904 in the first quarter and 1,240 in the second quarter.
A total of 8,121 water-saving projects were also built with the help of the donations, Al-Muhairi said.
The organization helped set up 4,929 projects for families, as well as launch 5,285 medical projects, according to WAM.
Dar Al Ber also implemented its seasonal projects in 37 countries in Asia, Africa and Europe, in cooperation with 32 of its partners in the respective countries.
Represented by the Department of Zakat in the Projects and Zakat Sector, Dar Al Ber Society donated more than $11.6 million in local aid to 346,541 beneficiaries.