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MOHRE officials Break Fast with Labourers in Dubai

Mohre collaborates with Beit Al Khair Society to celebrate Iftar at Al Rwashid Mosque in Al Khawaneej.

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His Excellency Dr. Abdulrahman Al Awar, Minister of Human Resources and Emiratisation, alongside several officials from the Ministry of Human Resources and Emiratisation (MoHRE), broke fast with hundreds of labourers from many professions in Dubai today.

The group iftar took place at Al Rwashid Mosque in Al Khawaneej, in collaboration with Beit Al Khair Society.

“It’s our duty to be close to labourers, listen to them, and benefit from their experiences in the labour market. The Holy Month of Ramadan is an ideal opportunity to do that,” Al Awar said.

“Our labourers deserve our appreciation and respect for their indispensable contribution to the development of the UAE.”

The Minister of Human Resources and Emiratisation commended the efforts of the organisers, and their keenness to serve labourers during the Holy Month, “in line with Emirati values and the spirit of giving.”

MoHRE announced in March that working hours during Ramadan are reduced by two hours a day for all employees in the private sector across the UAE. Companies are able to implement flexible or remote work during the official working hours.