Much is made of the partnership between the U.S. President Donald Trump and United Arab Emirates luxury real estate tycoon Hussain Sajwani but the DAMAC owner is also known throughout the Middle East for his extensive level of philanthropy. Not only has the founder of DAMAC Properties built an impressive company with fingers in many different business pies, he has also worked extensively with the Red Crescent humanitarian group to ensure millions of children and low-income families around the world have access to the food, heat, and clothing needed for the harsh Winter months in the desert.
From his base in the United Arab Emirates, Hussain Sajwani has become one of the leading members of the community of the country with close ties to many of the leading figures in the Royal Family of the nation. Over the course of his career, Hussain Sajwani has spent a large amount of his time seeking to build on his own business dreams which he feels should be followed if he wishes to expand upon the business he has built with more than $4 billion in personal wealth now estimated to be attributed to the DAMAC owner by Forbes.
Now ranked by Forbes as one of the top ten richest Arabs according to the annual list produced by the financial magazine, Hussain Sajwani is looking to the future and expanding his business empire around the world by assisting in the development of the “One Million Arab Coders” program. One of the many impressive philanthropic efforts of the DAMAC owner, Sajwani has contributed to this UAE government-sponsored effort to create up to one million computer programmers over the course of the next decade with prizes for those classed as the best of the best. Hussain Sajwani is also known for his regular contributions to the annual Ramadan philanthropic program leading to the provision of food and clothing for low-income families in the harsh Winter months of the Middle East.