Abu Dhabi Crown Prince Directs Treatment For 3-Year-Old Afghan Boy With Cancer

By: Rahma Haggag

Sheikh Mohamed bin Zayed Al Nahyan, Crown Prince of Abu Dhabi and Deputy Supreme Commander of the UAE Armed Forces, has helped arrange medical treatment for Muhammad Amir Dawood, who is a three-year-old Afghan boy suffering from cancer.

Sheikh Theyab bin Mohamed bin Zayed Al Nahyan, Chairman of Abu Dhabi Crown Prince’s Court, visited the Afghan child and his family at his residence in the Emirates Humanitarian City. The medical team in the city briefed Sheikh Theyab about the latest updates of Dawood’s health condition. Sheikh Theyab reassured the child’s parents and told them about the treatment journey in the US and that he will continue all the required procedures according to the directives of the wise leadership of the UAE.

via: Twitter

The Emirates Humanitarian City was built in 2020. The United Arab of Emirates has built this city with the goal of ensuring privacy while also adhering to the highest security and safety standards. This city shows the United Arab of Emirates’ values of giving and its endless trials to provide everyone with the necessary support and care.

The Emirates Humanitarian City hosts Afghan families, especially women and children. Many Afghan people moved to this city after conflict erupted in their home country. That is why UAE will always remain a symbol of hope to anyone living there without showing any differences based on race, color, or religion.

During Sheikh Theyab’s visit to the Humanitarian City, he visited different Afghan families, talked to them, and made sure that everything is going well in the city and that they are provided with all the services that they need. All families expressed their happiness and thanked the United Arab of Emirates for the warm hospitality.

Sheikh Theyab also said during his visit that the UAE will always be a safe place for everyone in times of trouble and that the country will do its greatest efforts to fulfill its humanitarian mission.

WE SAID THIS: The United Arab Emirates will remain a beacon of hope.