Bayti Social Initiative launched in Dubai

Dubai’s Supreme Committee for Development and Citizen Affairs has announced the launch of the Bayti Social Initiative, which aims to support Dubai’s citizens with limited income who have received housing grants and need additional funds to build or complete and furnish their homes, thereby easing their financial burden.

The initiative aims to support and assist beneficiaries to complete and furnish 100 homes a year. The total amount of support provided by the Bayti Initiative to the first group of 65 Emirati families is AED 32 million.

The initiative covers the additional cost of construction and furnishing through support provided to beneficiaries by community benefit associations, opening up new opportunities for philanthropists to contribute to improving quality of life, promoting family and community stability and ensuring a dignified life for Emirati families.

The Bayti Initiative is implemented in partnership between Dubai Police Headquarters, Dubai Department of Islamic Affairs and Charities, Mohammed Bin Rashid Housing Authority, Community Development Authority, and the Mohammed Bin Rashid Al Maktoum Humanitarian and Charitable Foundation, banks and community benefit associations. The aim of the initiative is to support and assist beneficiaries in completing the construction and improvement of 100 homes each year.

The initiative’s support comes after a case study of the beneficiaries, in collaboration with the Office of Community Development, to identify those in most need of additional support to enable them to complete and furnish their homes.

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