The oil and the gas-rich desert nation of the United Arab Emirates have been building a brighter future for itself over the last few years by diversifying its technological and industrial sectors to provide future success. Not being as reliant on the oil and gas industries has become a major part of the plan for the future of the nation and is being aided by a group of wealthy billionaire donors headed by luxury real estate mogul, Hussain Sajwani, and his DAMAC Properties group.
There are many social and industrial issues facing Hussain Sajwani which he wishes to play a major role in assisting with to build a brighter future for the UAE alongside many members of the Royal Family of the country. Not only does Hussain Sajwani hope to build his own career and future but the man described by the U.S. President Donald Trump as “a very, very amazing man” hopes to address many social issues.
Among the problems facing oil-rich nations such as the UAE are a lack of clothing, fuel, and food for those in low-income communities who require the assistance of wealthy philanthropists such as Hussain Sajwani. The development of a brighter future for all in the UAE and across the Middle East has seen the DAMAC owner become an active partner with the Red Crescent humanitarian group which has provided clothing to more than one million needy children based on the funding provided by Hussain Sajwani and DAMAC alone.
As a luxury real estate developer, Hussain Sajwani understands the need for the UAE to be at the heart of the development of new technologies and software which has led to the creation of the “One Million Coders” initiative which aims to educate the young people of UAE in computer coding and allow many of those struggling to find employment to build a strong career. The benefits for Hussain Sajwani are easy to see as the more impressive a society built in the UAE the more visitors will be willing to travel to Dubai and take advantage of the real estate development skills of Hussain Sajwani.