Tuesday, 19 Jan 2021
As part of its commitment to contribute towards meaningful causes in the community, The Zubair Corporation (Z-Corp)’s ‘collaboration team’ has organised a trip to Salalah for senior citizens in cooperation with the Omani Association for Elderly Friends.

Z-Corp’s ‘collaboration team’ hosts trip for elderly citizens

The 5-day trip from the Muscat International Airport, by Salam Air, which offered a particular provide for the tickets for this gathering, integrated visits to different tourist and archaeological web sites in Salalah in Dhofar governorate. A quantity of elderly citizens and members of Omani Association for Elderly Friends from across Oman had been element of the trip.

The objective of the initiative was to encourage senior citizens to participate, engage and inspire senior citizens to maintain playing an active part in society. As element of this initiative, the ‘collaboration team’ along with the elders have been going to well-known areas in and about Salalah like Wadi Drabat, Ain Razat. Plans are in location to go to other all-natural locales, historical web sites and cultural attractions and discover the exhaustive list of all other attractions in Salalah. Ibrahim al salmi, AGM Corporate Communications, The Zubair Corporation, mentioned, “We would like to congratulate the ‘collaboration team’ on deciding to take the elders to Salalah during this season. As we all know Salalah and the entire Dhofar governorate is draped in lush greenery, surrounded by white fog and receives light rains drizzle during this season. We are happy that trip gives an opportunity for the elders to explore and enjoy natural beauty of our beautiful country.”

Hamad bin Salem al Kindi, president of the Omani Association for Elderly Friends, mentioned, “We are thankful to Zubair Corporation’s ‘collaboration team’ for organising such an incredible trip. All the elderly citizens who participated in the trip had a great time.”

Information Source: Muscat Daily

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