Mobilk - In celebration of the Sultanate’s 49th National Day, Ooredoo has joined hands with the Ministry of Social Development to set-up and open a sensory room in Al Wafa Centre for the Rehabilitation of Disabled Children in Ibra. Bringing the community together, the team showcased Ooredoo’s contribution to the project, which included the latest equipment to help children improve their cognitive development. An extension of its long-term partnership with the Ministry of Social Development, this initiative falls under Ooredoo’s Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) programme, ‘Ooredoo Goodwill’ which aims to give back to the people of Oman. Plans are also underway to establish a number of sensory rooms in social welfare
Feras bin Abdullah Al Shaikh, Consumer Director at Ooredoo said, “From the very start, we have focused on giving back to the community and enriching people’s lives through impactful and sustainable initiatives and projects. Our collaboration with the Ministry of Social Development has been key in reaching a small yet important segment of society who truly need our support. Alongside our partners in the public and private sectors, we will continue to make a difference starting with providing essential education tools to nurture tomorrow’s leaders.”
Committed to enriching the lives of people across Oman, Ooredoo continues to collaborate with various organisations to deliver its message of care and translate it into reality. And through its annual Goodwill Journey, the company has been able to visit hundreds of charities, enable thousands of women start their own businesses, provide basic educational materials to thousands more youth, as well as extend its support to communities at large.
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