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Human Apeal International. P.O.Box. 1286, Ajman, U.A.E.
Tel: +9716/7471777
Fax: +9716/7427444
General Description
It is a charitable, humanitarian, voluntary and non-governmental establishment working in the field of development and relief and had acquired the consultative status of category II in the social and economic council of the United Nations , and the permanent membership in the International Islamic council for Relief and Propagation , and the observer capacity in IFAD (Int. Fund for Agriculture Development) , and the membership of the International Council for Voluntary Associations (ICVA).
It has reached also to several memorandums of understanding with the UNICEF Organisation office in Riyadh and the Arab Gulf Program for supporting the United Nations Development Organisations. It has also carried out joint ventures with the United Nations Development Program (UNDP) and the United Nations Relief and working Agency for the Palestinian Refugees (UNRWA) and the United Nations Higher Commission for Refugees.
The Human Appeal International (HAI) was established in United Arab Emirates in November 1984 , under the name "Human Appeal Committee" and on 1/9/1988 it was developed to become "The Human Appeal International" (HAI).
(last updated: 28-May-2008)

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