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The bank's entire management team and over 30 bank staff participated in a mega environmental clean-up project at the Dahl Al Hammam Park, which is located in Doha's Medinat Khalifa. The impressive park is…Continue
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Staff and senior management officials visited the hospital recently to…Continue
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Mobily Elite programme is an extended approach from Mobily's innovation and creativity tactics; the…Continue
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Qtel is distributing gifts to people performing the Haj pilgrimage as part of its ongoing corporate social responsibility programme.
Qtel executives visited Haj trip organisers across Qatar to distribute the gifts, and received the organisers at the Qtel headquarters in Doha.
“We are delighted to give back to the community with these gifts, and continue our longstanding efforts in aiding pilgrims on their spiritual journey,” said Hamad al-Marzouqi,…
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There is a pressing need to create the culture of sustainability in the Kingdom
With the growing challenges facing countries around the world, a bigger and more structured role for the private sector in development is becoming more and more evident. Governments alone find themselves…Continue
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Earlier this year, Maximus Air CEO Fat’hi Hilal Buhazza told us about his philosophy of doing good while making money. He tells Shiva Kumar Thekkepat how this is helping people in distress in Pakistan and beyond.
Sisters Miriam and Sidra, both in their teens, still shudder when recalling the incident that occurred in 2005 when they lost everything…
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This campaign is…Continue
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Al Ansari Exchange, a leading Foreign Exchange and worldwide remittance company in the UAE, and the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation today announced a partnership in support of two major health priorities: polio eradication and treatment and the prevention of neglected tropical diseases (NTDs). A joint commitment of USD 10 million was made, with each side committing to provide half…Continue
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The 'Leap of Hope' campaign will be run in association with Friends of Cancer Patients (FoCP), a…Continue
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The Ritz-Carlton Doha, in partnership with Hamad Medical Corporation, is running a ‘Pink Ribbon Campaign’ that will be held throughout October, the breast cancer awareness month.
The objectives of the campaign are to support those fighting against breast cancer and to encourage screening as the survival rate is significantly higher in the case of early detection.
A series of ‘Pink’ programmes have been organised starting from the ‘Pink’ Afternoon Tea…
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The Islamic Development Bank is looking to resource-rich Kazakhstan and Central Asia as a fertile ground for investment, with the launch of a $50 million renewable energy fund Monday and plans to finance agricultural projects, an official said.
The Saudi Arabia-based multilateral bank’s private sector arm, the Islamic Corporation for the Development of the Private Sector (ICD), said it was considering financing farming projects in Kazakhstan from its $600 million agribusiness…
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Dubai is launching Emirates Energy Award 2012-2013 with $1 million budget, to reward best practices and leading initiatives in the areas of energy efficiency, alternative energy, sustainability and environmental protection.
Under the patronage of His Highness Shaikh Mohammad bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Vice President and Prime Minister of the UAE and Ruler of Dubai, the Supreme Council of Energy announced the launch of this award…
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The UNESCO Amman Office on Sunday launched a campaign in partnership with several supermarkets to combat the excessive use of plastic bags in the Kingdom.
The aim of the campaign is to reduce the use of plastic bags by major supermarkets in Jordan and to empower consumers to say “Balash Kees” and embark on the path of less dependence on plastic bags, according to a UNESCO statement.…Continue
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The CSR Label recognises the commitment the firm places on corporate…Continue
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Kuwait Petroleum Corporation's Managing Director for Government, Parliamentary, Public Relations and Media Affairs Sheikh Talal Al-Khalid Al-Sabah said that promoting the values of corporate social responsibility is a top priority for KPC."The importance of the KPC social role of KPC is no less than its economic one," Sheikh Talal said in a press statement Monday.
The corporate social responsibility is a pillar for any effort aiming to achieve sustainable economic and social…Continue
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The Vodafone Qatar’s World of Difference sponsored programme - Freestyle Aquatics, will launch the Doha Dive Challenge at the American School of Doha on October 12 and 13, it was announced yesterday.
The Freestyle Aquatics is being run by Kathleen Bates, who has been working with the physically disabled people for the past 15 years in…
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