Ooredoo Kuwait, the top telecom provider, has partnered (UN OCHA) and launched a fundraising campaign to aid low-income families as part of its corporate social responsibility (CSR) plan. This joint effort, launched on World Humanitarian Day, exemplifies Ooredoo’s dedication to helping those in need. By offering secure housing, a warm meal, education, water and sanitation, and security, donations will help humanitarian organisations to act fast and save lives. Along with Ooredoo’s efforts, the UN Sustainable Development Goals (UN SDG) seek to enhance people’s lives and build a world that is generally healthier for the future.
“At Ooredoo, our corporate social responsibility goes beyond just providing communication services, ” said Naser Al-Abdullah, Director of Marketing Communications and Social Media at Ooredoo Kuwait. Our partnership with UN OCHA on World Humanitarian Day is evidence of our steadfast commitment to having a positive effect on communities in need. We are enhancing the effectiveness of group action for the welfare of struggling families by raising awareness of the value of charitable giving and encouraging our clients and staff to donate.
The UN organisation in charge of organising the global humanitarian effort, UN OCHA, lauded Ooredoo for their proactive attitude. “Help is needed now more than ever because a shocking number of people need humanitarian assistance. Nour Al-Qattan, the UN OCHA representative in Kuwait, said, “This partnership seeks to offer essential, life-saving assistance to those most in need. UN OCHA is particularly thankful for Ooredoo’s continuous commitment to aiding individuals caught in emergencies.
The goal of Ooredoo is to use our knowledge of mobile technology to promote social and economic progress. They are trying to become digital enablers across their global footprint, assisting individuals in realising their potential and having a significant impact on the communities they serve.
This relationship comes into being at a critical time when the globe is dealing with complex issues, highlighting the value of cooperation and CSR programmes. Ooredoo’s commitment to this partnership not only highlights its ethical stance but also exemplifies how businesses can actively participate in bringing about positive change alongside international organisations in 2023, when a record 363 million people will need emergency assistance due to conflict, economic hardship, and climate-related disasters.