The custom-built centre, which is currently a shell, started to rise out of the sand in Garhoud in 2006 thanks to a 8,426sqm plot of land granted by the government and a donation of Dhs26.5 million. But the financial crash two years later meant many of the philanthropists who had pledged donations could no longer help.
DAC director general Mohammad Al Emadi said: “We’ve been saying it will be finished in April, but that has become like an April fool for us because every year in April it does…
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