The virus outbreak has not solely threatened the well being of residents within the UAE, nevertheless it has additionally virtually destroyed some houses as within the case of a Sudanese household residing in Sharjah after each mother and father die of COVID-19 throughout Ramadan, leaving six youngsters (age three to 17) orphaned.

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The daddy of the brood, 57-year-old Ali Ahmed Al Tayeb, died over the last week of Ramadan, simply 23 days after the dying of his spouse and the mom of the youngsters, who additionally suffered from virus problems.

ajman ruler H.H. Sheikh Humaid bin Rashid Al Nuaimi support siblings

UPDATE: Ajman Ruler to assist six siblings whose mother and father died from COVID-19

H.H. Sheikh Humaid bin Rashid Al Nuaimi, Supreme Council Member and Ruler of Ajman, has come to assistance from six Sudanese siblings, orphaned after their mother and father died from coronavirus inside a month.

H.H. Sheikh Humaid bin Rashid Al Nuaimi can pay for all residing, academic and social bills of the six siblings whose unhappy story went viral on social media websites.

Sheikh Humaid’s gesture comes according to the tolerant teachings of Islam about caring for orphans and the Emirati traditions of extending serving to fingers to the needy and poor households.

The Ruler of Ajman ordered provision of all requirements and care to the six youngsters.

6 Children Orphaned After Parents Die of COVID-19 in Sharjah
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6 Siblings Left as Orphans After Mother and father Go Away On account of COVID-19

Whereas Ramadan is being celebrated in another way by Muslims throughout this time, this specific season can be remembered in another way by the six youngsters left as orphans, as shared in a report by the Gulf Information.

The household lived within the Al Tauwan space in Sharjah. All six youngsters at the moment are positioned within the custody of their father’s nephew, Mohammad Hashim, in Ajman.   

All six youngsters, aged from kindergarten to grade 10 are Wa’advert Ali Ahmed (grade 10), Batoul Ali Ahmed (grade 9), Kamal Al Din Ali Ahmed (grade 8), Zainab Ali Ahmed (grade 6), Nour Al-Bayan Ali Ahmed, (grade 1), and Mohammad Ali Ahmed, who attends kindergarten.

In line with the youngsters’s new guardian, Hashim, who simply bought married, the youngsters’s father had been residing with diabetes and have become contaminated with COVID-19 simply days after his spouse died.

Hashim is hoping that the youngsters may overcome the nice ache of shedding each mother and father in such a brief interval.

He additionally needs them to have the ability to proceed their research and develop up as their mother and father meant. Sadly, not one of the school-age youngsters have been capable of go to high school since final yr resulting from late charges.

Round this time, individuals within the UAE are experiencing Ramadan in another way – as persons are locked up of their houses, gatherings are forbidden, and prayers are saved in isolation. 

Nonetheless, the ideas noticed throughout Ramadan continues to dwell on even throughout these instances, as after the information of the orphaned youngsters made rounds on social media, a charity group within the UAE, the Dar Al Ber Society, has introduced on their Twitter web page that they might pay all housing and education bills for the six orphaned youngsters.

This might be an amazing assist to the newly married couple who adopted all six youngsters, as they might not battle in offering for a number of the siblings’ primary wants resembling their education and residing bills. 

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