NRS International makes headlines across the UAE

22 Jun 2016

Results of humanitarianism survey captured wide media coverage on World Refugee Day in the UAE

NRS International, a Dubai-based family-run company that develops and manufactures products for the humanitarian aid, public health and development sectors, published on World Refugee Day the results of its survey which gauged the level of humanitarianism amongst UAE residents. The UAE media expressed strong interest in the results of our survey, which have been released by various TV networks, radio stations, print media and online publications in the emirates. To date, two TV news reportage, three radio broadcasts, six dailies, and 19 online articles have been released regarding the remarkable results of our study entitled ‘Humanitarianism in the UAE’.

Below you find an overview of TV and radio broadcasts and publications:

TV

1) City 7 TV, National News, 20 June 2016

On World Refugee Day, City 7 TV station visited our office in Dubai to interview our  Senior Marketing and Communications Manager, Wieke de Vries, about the unprecedented humanitarian crisis and the unparalleled commitment of UAE residents towards helping those in need. Click on the image to watch the news report:

Wieke interview

2) Dubai ONE TV channel, Emirates News, 19 June 2016, 7.30-10:00 pm

RADIO

1) Dubai Eye Radio, 20 June 2016

Our Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) Manager, Nicole Malick, gave an interview to Dubai Eye Radio station on 20 June. To listen to her radio interview which was aired every hour throughout the day, click here.

2) Virgin Radio

3) Dubai 92

PRINT

1) The National, 20 June 2016

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2) The Gulf Today, 20 June 2016

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3) Khaleej Times, 20 June 2016

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4) Al Khaleej, 22 June 2016

73 per cent of UAE people contributed to humanitarian efforts last year    

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5) 7 days, 20 June 2016

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6) Emirates Business, 20 June 2016

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ONLINE

1) The National – 20 June 2016

‘One in four UAE residents have family or friends affected by crises, study finds’

2) GN Focus (special reports), Gulf News – 20 June 2016

‘One in four UAE residents affected by humanitarian crises: survey’

3) Gulf News – 20 June 2016

‘UAE helps in times of crisis, shows survey’

4)The Gulf Today – 20 June 2016

UAE residents true humanitarians: Survey

5) Khaleej Times – 20 June 2016

‘Being there at the camps, with the refugees’

6) Emirates Business – 20 June 2016

‘UAE residents are true humanitarians at heart’

7) 7 days – 20 June 2016

‘Refugees Face uncertain future’

8) MenaHerald – 20 June 2016

‘NRS International survey reveals on World Refugee Day that UAE residents are true humanitarians at heart’

9) Dubai Chronicle – 20 June 2016

‘UAE residents are true humanitarians at heart’

10) GoDubai – 20 June 2016

NRS International survey reveals on World Refugee Day that UAE residents are true humanitarians at heart

11) Healdline news – 20 June 2016

‘UAE helps in times of crisis, shows survey’

12) Alkhaleej – 22 June 216

‘UAE residents made contribution to international humanitarian cause’

13) Eremnews.com – 21 June 2016

‘73% of residents made a contribution to an international humanitarian cause’

14) Ammanxchange.com – 21 June 2016

‘73% of residents made a contribution to an international humanitarian cause’

15) Synar.net.net – 21 June 2016

‘What is the level of humanitarianism amongst UAE residents?’

16) News.alwsetnews.com – 21 June 2016

‘What is the level of humanitarianism amongst UAE residents?’

17) Inponews.com – 21 June 2016

What is the level of humanitarianism amongst UAE residents?

18) Abunawaf.com – 21 June 2016

‘73% of residents made a contribution to an international humanitarian cause’

19) Zgulf.com – 22 June 2016

‘73% of residents made a contribution to an international humanitarian cause’

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