The occasion, titled ‘The failure of my kidney does not hinder my spirit’, was hosted at Al Shafaq Club below the auspices of H H Sayyid Faisal bin Turki al Said.
Nasser Issa al Maskari, CSR manager at Occidental Oman, attended the occasion as a representative of the business.
The occasion featured a recorded speech by Sheikh Ahmad bin Hamad al Khalili, the Grand Mufti of the Sultanate of Oman, who spoke about the rewards of patience in instances of hardship.
The occasion also hosted health-related specialists, who discussed the health-related background and options for kidney ailments. The forum also approached the subject from a socio-religious and psychological viewpoint, with speakers discussing the value of social and moral assistance for individuals and the participating loved ones members. The occasion was organised by the Renal Dialysis Unit, which operates as element of the Directorate General of Health Services below the Ministry of Health. The forum aimed to raise awareness of kidney ailments, as a outcome of the developing prevalence of renal failure in Oman, and quantity of individuals undergoing dialysis.
“Occidental Oman is keen to assistance initiatives that advocate well being awareness amongst the Omani public, as demonstrated by this sponsorship.
“The forum’s discussions will hopefully support individuals suffering with kidney failure and their families in the future, as well as encourage emotional and physical wellbeing throughout Oman’s local communities,” stated Stephen Kelly, president and basic manager of Occidental Oman.
The assistance, that fell below the umbrella of strategic partnerships and collaboration with crucial stakeholders, is element of Occidental Oman’s endeavour to assistance programmes that improve social and well being initiatives in the sultanate.
Information Source: Muscat Daily