The financial institution’s contribution has been utilised by the affiliation in the direction of the acquisition of blood check gear in addition to the manufacturing of key communication materials that will likely be used of their ongoing nationwide consciousness campaigns reaching out to the plenty.
The help cheque was introduced to Dr Hilal Saeed al Shidhani, chairman of Oman Hereditary Blood Disorder Association, by Mazin Mahmoud al Raisi, senior assistant normal supervisor of Marketing and Customer Experience at Bank Sohar’s Head Office. During the go to, Dr Shidhani highlighted that Oman’s profile on genetic problems continues to stipulate the requirement for extra specialised help and continued funding.
Khalil Salim al Hedaifi, Bank Sohar’s chief retail banking officer, stated, “Bank Sohar’s prolonged help to OHBDA seeks to allow the organisation in its mission to empower Oman’s healthcare sector and valued segments of native communities in reaching a higher understanding of the respective points. Our work with the affiliation is a part of a much bigger CSR agenda to help these in want with sustainable group advantages in thoughts.
“We applaud the commitment of the association and its volunteers to raising the wellbeing standards of the people in Oman, and wish them all the best in their future endeavours.”
Dr Shidhani stated, “Research suggests that a good percentage of the world’s population carry genes responsible for haemoglobin related maladies. On a more local scale, the level of concern is very high as hereditary blood disorders, such as sickle cell anaemia, thalassemia and G6PD are widespread in Oman, and the need for treatment following early identification is profound. We sincerely thank Bank Sohar for their support and cannot overstate the importance of such contributions to Oman’s continued emergence across the healthcare sector.”
Information Source: Muscat Daily