The facility can house up to 14 kids, and it will offer a variety of events, programs, and projects for their benefit
The Dubai Foundation for Women and Children has launched a new multipurpose villa for children without parental care (DFWAC). The nonprofit organization opened the new facility as part of its attempts to provide a safe and secure environment for kids who have been deprived of their carers’ protection and oversight.
The new structure is made to make sure that children who are at risk have full access to the resources, care, and support needed to foster their development. Male children between the ages of three and eleven, and female children up to thirteen, are housed and cared for in the villa, which has room for up to fourteen kids.
The facility also offers a wide range of services, such as residential, psychological, social, and legal, health, and educational support. In addition, the villa offers a range of kid-friendly activities, presentations, and programs.
The chairman of the DFWAC Board, Ahmed Darwish Al Muhairi, emphasized how the UAE has passed many laws and regulations to protect children’s rights.
The Dubai Government is concerned to preserve children’s rights and “guarantee they are raised in a loving setting that is conducive to their well-being, regardless of their race or beliefs,” according to Sheikha Saeed Al Mansouri, acting director-general of the foundation.