As of July 2021, the UAE sent a total of 2,154 tons of medical aid, ventilators, screening equipment, personal protection equipment and testing kits to 135 countries around the world.
A total of 196 medical aid flights were sent. 6 field hospitals were set up in Sudan, Guinea Conakry, Mauritania, Sierra Leone, Lebanon and Jordan, and 1 fully equipped mobile clinic was set up in Turkmenistan.
117 Countries received aid from the international organisation’s warehouses in Dubai International Humanitarian City.
The UAE’s in-kind aid to WHO amounted to USD 10 million.
Abu Dhabi Fund for Development (ADFD) contributed to the pledge of the Arab Coordination Group to allocate USD 10 billion to help developing countries recover from the economic stagnation caused by the pandemic. ADFD also launched a pioneering initiative that allowed the postponement of debt repayments by developing countries benefitting from the Fund’s loans during the year 2020.