Monday, 20 Mar 2023
Eshraqa donates air conditioners to Al Noor Association for the Blind

Eshraqa donates air conditioners to Al Noor Association for the Blind

This marked Eshraqa’s second donation in help of visually impaired communities across Oman in current months, following the firm’s CSR agenda with Omar bin Khattab Institute for the Blind, exactly where the firm delivered state-of-the-art Braille sense machines to boost understanding possibilities.

Nailesh Khimji, director of Khimji Ramdas, mentioned, “Eshraqa is very people centric; as such, we have an extensive range of social investments that contribute to many different segments of society, essentially wherever we identify a need. ‘Disability’ has taken a priority in recent months, because with a little support the talent of those managing impairments will become clear and offer them an opportunity to demonstrate their ‘ability’ to Omani society. This gesture to Al Noor Association will support the development of an environment serving the people of Nizwa, and reflects our CSR strategy, which is committed to seeing what others need and supporting their mission.”

Sultan Ahmed al Sabahi, manager of Al Noor Association for the Blind, Dakhliyah branch, mentioned, “Our sincere thanks goes to Khimji Ramdas’ Eshraqa for its contribution with this essential piece of infrastructure; AC is, after all, important if we are to provide a comfortable environment for those using our centre. Local private sector institutions and CSR Arms like Eshraqa continue to be of great support to blind communities in Oman. On behalf of everyone, Al Noor offers thanks.”

Khimji Ramdas is notable for its several years of contribution to the improvement of society. It’s initiatives variety from developing infrastructural provisions, to supplying access to sources, enhancing educational facilities, delivering neighborhood empowerment programmes, enhancing the capacity of females as nicely as partaking in other voluntary initiatives.

Eshraqa aspires to provide a considerable contribution to the society focusing on 3 primary pillars: Education, well being and neighborhood nicely-becoming. It has supported Al Noor Association, an institute representing the interests of Oman’s visually impaired citizens across nearby communities with a concentrate on financial participation, welfare, education, well being, instruction, placement and the comprehension of the Braille language.

Information Source: Muscat Daily

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