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Omantel’s Ramadan campaign stresses on giving and sharing
Times News Service
July 06, 2013 , 10 : 22 am GST
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Holy mission: The Ramadan campaign is an annual initiative that highlights the values of ‘Giving, Sharing & Caring’. Photo – Supplied
Omantel concluded the first phase of its Ramadan campaign which included distributing food ration packages for thousands of underprivileged families across the Sultanate. The campaign was carried out in collaboration with the Ministry of Social Development, Dar Al Atta'a Association and volunteering staff from Omantel.
"Our Ramadan campaign comes in line with our Sustainability Strategy, as one of its pillars is giving back to the community that we are part of. We have created this annual campaign in order to instil the values of sustainability within our staff, and reflect them onto the society.
"The first phase of Omantel campaign has been crowned with success as we managed to distribute food ration packages to the underprivileged families before the advent of Ramadan.
"I would also like to praise the role played by the Ministry of Social Development and its directorates as well as Dar Al Atta'a Association at the first stage.
"This support has been very helpful in delivering the times and supplies to the families," said Laila Al Wahaibi, Manager Corporate Social Responsibility at Omantel. The Ramadan campaign is an annual initiative that highlights the values of 'Giving, Sharing, & Caring'.
The first phase was around the 'Give' value, and the campaign is going to enter the second phase with the 'Share' value, and then to be concluded with the 'Care' value prior to Eid Al Fitr.
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