charity institution

Translations

charity institution

n. institución benéfica.
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The anchorperson, a distorted but popular side of a journalist (though most often he or she is not a journalist), openly contradicts facts to justify their misguided stance and can defame any political figure, organisation, or even a charity institution to solicit more viewership and high TRPs (television rating points) for the channel.
He indicated that a camp of eye treatment and surgery will be held on the sidelines of GIAD Industrial Group through partnership between Sudan Embassy to Ndjamena and the International Al-Basar Charity Institution, under auspices of the Chadian First Lady, Hind Deby Itno.
Alia Al-Jasser, marketing director of the charity institution of late Abdullah Abdullatif Al Othman, which is owner of the Promenade Mall, told KUNA that the chief aim of sponsoring the initiative is to shed light on the children with special needs, and to enhance the message of 'hope and determination.
The race aims at promoting social sport for all ages to local society, and furthermore it provides an opportunity to support the charity institution of Europa Donna.
Abou Merhi Group has multiple subsidiaries in Africa, the Middle East and Europe including the following 10 designated companies: Abou-Merhi Lines SAL, a shipping line in Lebanon; Abou-Merhi Cruises (AMC) SAL, a travel agency in Lebanon; Le Mall Sidon, a shopping mall in south Lebanon; Queen Stations, a gas station in Lebanon; Orient Queen Homes, a real estate development in Lebanon; maritime shipping subsidiaries in Benin (Abou Merhi Cotonou), Nigeria (Abou Merhi Nigeria), and Germany (Abou Merhi Hamburg); Lebanon Center, a shopping mall in Jordan; and Abou Merhi Charity Institution in Lebanon.
Djazuli argues that an Islamic charity institution, commonly called community (ummah) economic institutions or organization, is established by Muslims and based on sharia law (religious law of Islam), for examples Islamic or Sharia Banking, Waqf (detention) institution; Zakat institution; and others (2004:4).
Metropolitan Police swooped on his return from South East Asia, where he's served time for abusing boys younger than 15 at his charity institution.
The orphanage-founder is serving a year behind bars for abusing boys younger than 15 at his charity institution in South East Asia.
A more serious attack occurred June 17 at another Sister of Charity institution in Rajger, central Bihar.
The Annunciata, a large charity institution founded at the beginning of the 14th century and still operating today, is another of Aversa's architectural treasures.
Government-run provincial hospitals, some with more than 2,000 beds, range from newly constructed medical centers to a 400-year-old former charity institution.
22 (SUNA)- Wife of the President of the Republic and Chairwoman of Sanad Charity Institution, Widad Babiker, received Tuesday at the Republican Palace the High Commissioner for Refugees in Sudan, Mohamed Adara.