Juma Al Majid, the internationally recognised and awarded philanthropist, started
his professional life with his uncle in trade in Dubai, afterwards he became a trader.
From the beginning of the fifties, he has worked to establish charitable organizations
including secondary schools and later free education and support for travel for needy
expatriate students, and for women.
In 1991, Mr. Al Majid realized the needs of scholars and researchers, especially those
who are unable to obtain the necessary books, references and manuscripts, so he established
a public library, afterwards it was developed to become a cultural organization,
known as, the Juma Al Majid Center for Culture and Heritage.
Mr. Juma Al Majid, accompanied by specialists from the center, has visited many countries
to collect Arab and Islamic manuscripts (originals and copies), and he found that
it was necessary to develop a restoration machine, known as the “ Al Majid Restoration
Machine” to restore damaged original manuscripts and protect them from deterioration.
The machines have been distributed as a gift to more than 14 countries.
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