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Bank Sohar supports Omani Women’s Association – Al Amerat

Bank Sohar, in its effort to ensure the continued wellbeing of the community and as part of its ongoing Corporate Social Responsibility programme, has extended its support to Omani Women’s Association – Al Amerat Branch. The support was extended in order to support association activities.

The donation cheque was handed over at Bank Sohar’s Amerat Branch to Ms. Fatma Ramadan Bahajaj, Head of Omani Women’s Association – Al Amerat, by Mr. Mazin Al Raisi, AGM & Head of Marketing and Publicity at Bank Sohar, in the presence of Mr. Abdullah Al Shidi, Al Amerat Branch Manager.

Commenting on the donation, Ms. Munira Abdulnabi Macki, DGM of Human Resources and Corporate Support said, “Bank Sohar believes that investing in women fundamentally strengthens families and societies. Since their inception, The Omani Women’s Association has been helping women to realise their potential. Similarly, Bank Sohar has also been a strong advocate of women empowerment, with a large number of Omani women constituting its workforce and with many holding senior positions within the Bank. As such, we are glad to be able to offer our support to the Omani Women’s Association and hope our contribution helps them effectively tend to women in need of support and guidance.”

On receiving support from Bank Sohar, Ms Fatma Ramadan Bahajaj said, “Our organisation has experience in designing and implementing innovative programs to improve women’s social, economic, and political opportunities and enhance women’s rights. Extensive in-country networks, long-term relationships, and years of experience give us credibility, access to sources of innovation, and the necessary tools to complete our projects.The generous support we receive from organizations such as Bank Sohar go a long way in supporting our cause. I would like to express my gratitude for their support and look forward to working with them in the future”.

Bank Sohar’s contribution to our organisation will go a long way in supporting our cause. In addition to the Omani Women’s Association – Al Amerat Branch, Bank Sohar has also supported a broad range of other charitable organisations across the Sultanate in the current year including Dar Al Atta, Al Amal Association, Oman Road Safety Association, Association of Early Intervention for Children with Disabilities, Creative Centre for Rehabilitation, Al Wafa Social Centre for Children with Disabilities, Oman Association for the Disabled (Muscat and Sohar branches), Al Noor Association for the Blind (Sohar, Salalah and Muscat branches), the Oman Cancer Association, Oman Hereditary Blood Disorder Association and The Association for the Welfare of Handicapped Children together with its dedicated Autism Centre. Bank Sohar’s CSR initiatives have become an integral part of its operational strategy and as a result, it has received numerous accolades for its CSR efforts over the past years, both regionally and internationally. This year alone the Bank received two awards on the CSR front – the ‘Green Campaign of the Year’ award at the ‘Oman Green Award 2014’ for its year-long environment awareness campaign ‘Saving Water Electricity… And Our Planet’ and more recently, the ‘Most Socially Responsible Bank Oman 2014’ Award from International Finance Magazine (IFM). The Bank plans to continue in its steadfast quest of philanthropy with many more donations and charitable events planned for the current year.

The Omani Women’s Association was established in 1970 as the first non-profit organisation that strives to empower Omani women to enter social voluntary work and to advocate cultural, social and health awareness. The goal is to improve the economic and social standing of the family and to train women to locate and obtain sources of income. The association has a wide network of branch across the sultanate.

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