ABU DHABI, 19th February, 2018 (WAM) -- Manazel Real Estate, Manazel, has launched a series of initiatives dedicated to the Year of Zayed. The move is in response to President His Highness Sheikh Khalifa bin Zayed Al Nahyan announcing 2018 as the Year of Zayed, to honour the legacy of the UAE’s founding father, the late Sheikh Zayed bin Sultan Al Nahyan.
In support of this, Manazel Real Estate has started a series of initiatives with a community event at its residential Al Reef 1 downtown complex in Abu Dhabi, beginning February 14th and offering a range of activities for all age groups in an effort to raise environmental awareness and sustainability, which was emphasised by Sheikh Zayed.
In collaboration with Bee’ah, Sharjah’s leading environmental management company, Manazel Real Estate has installed the cutting-edge Reverse Vending Machine (RVM) in advance of the event, to encourage recycling through an innovative and fun approach. Additionally, small trees will be planted with the help of children to encourage awareness on the importance of the environment and wider social and corporate responsibility.
These activities will help celebrate Sheikh Zayed's significant achievements within the environmental space, which was a key foundation in his strategy to build the UAE into one of the world’s advanced nations. Further events will be announced in due course.
Speaking about the Year of Zayed initiatives, Mohamed M. Al Qubaisi, Manazel’s Chairman, said, "We are very proud to align our Corporate Social Responsibility activities with the nation-wide initiative of the Year of Zayed. These activities represent a great opportunity to instil the concept of leadership and the humanitarianism adopted by our leaders to build this country. Sheikh Zayed will always inspire our citizens to celebrate our beloved country’s significant achievements both at home and on a world stage and we will be forever thankful for his guidance and legacy."
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