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Hamad bin Khalifa Hospital was established in 2007 under the patronage of HH Sheikha Moza bint Nasser, through the Qatari-Mauritanian Social Development Foundation.
Recently, the bank through its social development foundation, announced it has sponsored another twenty students for the new intake of the same course.
Elena Kabakchieva of Health and Social Development Foundation.
The iftar was hosted by the Turkish Reconciliation and Social Development Foundation at the Ankara Chamber of Commerce (ATO) Congress Hall.
He said the center was set up temporarily by the United Nations Children's Fund (UNICEF), Salih Social Development Foundation (SSDF) and the Yemeni government.
The survey EoACAyRising Trend of Working Mothers' conducted by the Social Development Foundation of the Association of Chambers of Commerce and Industry of India (Assocham) showed nearly 56 per cent of working mothers have unhealthy children followed by those who work part time (28 per cent) and home makers (16 per cent).
Fees have increased by up to 120 per cent, increasing from ` 1,500 a month to more than ` 3,500 in some schools, a survey by the ASSOCHAM Social Development Foundation ( ASDF) reveals.
RAWALPINDI -- Intellectuals, writers, poets and academicians, at a brain storming session of Social Development Foundation (SDF) here, have underlined the need to revive book reading culture to face the challenges of 21st Century by reviving the library culture and encouraging the availability of low priced books.