CEO at Ooredoo Sheikh Mohammed bin Abdulla Al Thani; ICSS Founder and Chairman Mohammed Hanzab and other officials during the event held at Ooredoo Tower, West Bay, yesterday, Women Fashion.
Doha: Ooredoo, Qatar’s leading telecommunications operator, yesterday announced its renewed commitment to supporting Save the Dream, an initiative of the Doha-based International Centre for Sport Security (ICSS).
The renewed commitment was cemented at a signing ceremony held at Ooredoo Tower, West Bay. Sheikh Mohammed bin Abdulla Al Thani, CEO at Ooredoo, and ICSS Founder and Chairman Mohammed Hanzab signed the agreement on behalf of their respective entities.
Save the Dream is a global initiative established by the ICSS, to empower youth through safe access to sport and its educational and social values. It serves as a global movement of organisations, people, and athletes who believe in the power of sport to build fairer and more inclusive societies and who are therefore committed to promoting and protecting its core values for the good of youth and future generations, Women Fashion.
As a community-focused company, guided by a vision of using its services to enrich people’s lives and stimulate human growth, the sponsorship of Save the Dream adds to Ooredoo’s corporate social responsibility (CSR) portfolio of activities focusing on sport and health.
Sheikh Mohammed bin Abdulla Al Thani said: “We are delighted to be supporting ICSS with this worthwhile initiative. Our corporate social responsibility includes a firm commitment to promoting the importance of a healthy, active lifestyle, and to supporting the communities in which we operate. This agreement offers us the ideal opportunity to demonstrate this commitment, and we look forward to working with ICSS for the benefit of our younger generation.”
“Thanks to the valuable support of Ooredoo, Save the Dream has over the years been able to develop and implement meaningful projects around the world. Through joint efforts, I look forward to the realisation of future impactful endeavours which through sport will continue to make a difference in the lives of youth and children,” said ICSS Founder and Chairman, Mohammed Hanzab.
Save the Dream implements and promotes activities to empower youth through safe access to sport and to its educational and social values. Talking to The Peninsula on the sidelines of the event, Sabah Rabiah Al Kuwari, Director PR at Ooredoo said, “There are many initiatives under Save the Dream initiative and we are supporting Save The Dream initiative in many places. Many people will be part of it and this is good for the company to be part of this social responsibility initiative”.
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