H.H. Sheikh Mohammed to crown 'Hope Makers' in the Arab world

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His Highness Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Vice President and Prime Minister of the UAE and Ruler of Dubai, will crown the 'Hope Makers' in the Arab world tomorrow.

The crowning ceremony will be held on February 25 at the Coca-Cola Arena in City Walk, Dubai.

This is the fourth edition of 'Hope Makers', the largest initiative in the Arab world to honour individuals for their humanitarian efforts and community initiatives.

Winners of the Hope Makers title were chosen from over 58 thousand nominations and are set to receive a monetary prize of AED 1 million.

It will witness the presence of an elite group of influential humanitarian and cultural figures in the Arab world, and it will be presented by prominent figures Nishan Derharutyunyan and Mahira Abdelaziz.

Artists like Hussein Al Jasmi, Ahlam, and Asala are set to perform in a concert expected to be attended by more than 12 thousand people.

Renowned artist Hammoud Al-Khader will also participate in the ceremony with a song that carries a humanitarian message and encourages people to do good.

The closing ceremony will witness the participation of Dr Khaled Ghattas, a writer and expert in human behaviour, who speaks in his unconventional style about hope from a scientific perspective.

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