Sharjah's 'Sheraa' launches solidarity fund to support startups
SHARJAH - The Sharjah Entrepreneurship Centre, Sheraa, has pledged to create a solidarity fund of US$1 million, to help startups affected by the impact of the coronavirus and celebrate the #UbuntuLoveChallenge challenge.
Date: 05 May 2020 | Publication: Zawya Website
Sheraa sets up $1m grant for startups
In honour of the #UbuntuLoveChallenge, a global initiative spearheaded by Sheikha Bodour Bint Sultan Al Qasimi and thought leader, Mamadou Kwidjim Toure, founder of the Africa 2.0 Foundation
Date: 05 May 2020 | Publication: Gulf Today
Started by Sheikha Bodour Al Qasimi and Mamadou Toure, the positivity movement encourages ‘love over fear’ in the time of coronavirus
Date: 17 May 2020 | Publication: The National Newspaper
How about using the power of a digital platform to bring together people from all over the world to share, inspire, and empower each other? That is the objective of the Ubuntu Love Challenge
Date: 23 May 2020 | Publication: All Africa Website
In her book A Paradise Built in Hell, the American author and historian Rebecca Solnit writes: “The history of disaster demonstrates that most of us are social animals, hungry for connection, as well as for purpose and meaning.” During the most tragic times, we humans tend to...
Date: 22 July 2020 | Publication: World Economic Forum
تحدي يعيد اكتشاف جوهر البشرية وقوتها الحقيقية
لقد مثلت تبعات الأزمة التي نجمت عن جائحة Covid-19 عبئاً هائلاً وتحدياً كبيراً لكافة القطاعات، بحيث فَقد الكثيرون وظائفهم وألغيت مشاريع عدة وخيم الشك على كل شيء.....
Date: 13 July 2020 | Publication: Marie Claire Arabia
As the world continues to grapple with the impact of the coronavirus pandemic, Shawati’ magazine speaks with the founders of the Ubuntu Love Challenge to find out how they were inspired to change the world for the better....
Date: Issue 51 | Publication: Shawati Magazine - UAE
Recovering the Strength of Humanity’s Interconnectedness: Ubuntu Love Challenge with Founders Bodour Al Qasimi and Mamadou Touré
While we are still living in the Covid-19 pandemic and new challenges and roadblocks continue to pop up around us, a common question of the heart seems to be, “What can I do about all of this?” What are we as individuals capable of doing that can have any sort of meaningful impact on our families and local communities?
Date: 10 October 2020 | Publication: Face the current magazine
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