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Synonyms for endowment

Synonyms for endowment

natural abilities or qualities

the capital that provides income for an institution

the act of endowing with a permanent source of income

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The Dubai Endowment Sign was launched by His Highness Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, UAE Vice President and Prime Minister and Ruler of Dubai, as a key initiative of the Global Vision for Awqaf and Endowments, and highlights community participation by providing an opportunity to government and private sector institutions to take part in community service through innovative endowments in favor of the development needs of the community.
Dr Mohammed Mattar Al Kaabi, chairman of the General Authority of Islamic Affairs and Endowments, told the House that the draft law aims to revive the role of endowments as a tool for community development in social, scientific, cultural and environmental areas.
AMAF will monitor these institutions to ensure they achieve their goals and remain committed to this law and preceding laws pertaining to endowments.
edu/node/963 ) study by Stanford University scholar Charlie Eaton, universities are using their endowments to haul in more than $19 billion in tax subsidies every year.
The conference will serve as a platform to discuss the role of endowments in the Islamic world, to highlight their role in carrying out economic and social development and to activate integrated systems to increase sources of endowments in line with the Saudi Vision 2030.
Top 20 Richest Colleges of 2015: The Biggest Endowments
Endowments have always been important to private colleges and universities, but public higher education, which has experienced flat state funding or even declines in recent years, is joining private schools in its appreciation for the financial gifts that comprise endowments.
The GCC Endowment Week includes several, seminars and lectures at different governorates to raise awareness on different forms of endowments and promote endowment culture in the society.
He expressed during meeting the Bahraini delegation which is currently visiting the Country , desire of the Ministry to cooperate with Bahrain in developemnt of endowments and Sudan endowments in Kingdom of Sadi Arabia.
Colleges and universities in the Worcester area had healthy investment returns on their endowments in 2014, according to the National Association of College and University Business Officers.
Sayed Rokn-Aldin was one of the respected clergies of this city and the founder of the school and Scientific and astronomical device of time and clock in Yazd and left much endowments and charities [2].
Endowments of the nation's colleges and universities rebounded last year from negative returns in 2012 to gain nearly 12 percent but still trailed one-year returns for most major indices.
The stock market's impressive performance in recent months has helped college endowments regain much of their growth that was lost since the economy began its nosedive in 2008, according to preliminary results from the most comprehensive study of higher education endowments.
Endowments have become increasingly important funding sources for America's doctoral universities over the past twenty years.
The nation's 4-year not-for-profit colleges and universities collectively held more than $400 billion in endowments in 2008.