UAE Contributions Advance Technology at Children’s National

There is no question that Ambassador Yousef Al Otaiba of the United Arab Emirates has gone to significant measures to help children all around the world. In fact, he has been a major supporter of the development and research that is involved in surgical operations for children.

Dedication to Child Heath
Ambassador Yousef Al Otaiba and his wife, Abeer, have both been contributors to the Children’s National Medical Center in Washington, DC. Children’s National’s appreciation towards Ambassador Yousef Al Otaiba did not go unnoticed as they awarded him with the second annual Joseph E. Robert, Jr. Prize in Philanthropy.

The Ambassador’s contributions to major children’s hospitals around the world have likely saved a great deal of lives by bringing aid to families that could not afford expensive hospital fees.

The Sheikh Zayed Institute
Ambassador Yousef Al Otaiba has demonstrated his philanthropic work all over the world, but some of the biggest contributions that he has made have come right in Washington, DC, where he has been an integral part in helping to advance the Sheikh Zayed Institute for Pediatric Surgical Innovation.

The Sheikh Zayed Institute is an organization that is dedicated to developing techniques that are more successful and precise, when it comes to dealing with surgical operations on children. The goal of the organization is to make surgeries operate more smoothly, be more precise when they are doing the actual operations, and to keep the patients more comfortable when they are out of surgery.

Helping to Advance Technology
Yousef Al Otaiba has donated a great deal of money up to help the Sheikh Zayed Institute and there is no question that children all over the District will have access to the best doctors and operations. In addition, his contributions will be used to aid advancements in the technology that is being used in such operations.

Thanks to the Al Otaiba’s generosity, surgeries are becoming more technically advanced as is the protocol for the treatment of pain after surgeries.