Ooredoo provides financial support to India for combating covid crisis

  • 8 months   ago
Ooredoo gave out a donation to the Embassy of India in Doha to help international efforts in assisting the country by combating against the ravaging crisis caused due to COVID-19, which resulted in lack of oxygen and other medical treatments in the region. 
As Modi’s India recorded extensively huge numbers of cases and deaths with the crisis in place, Ooredoo Qatar took the initiative in offering support for the Indian citizens with the financial donation as part of its ongoing corporate social responsibility, which includes a firm commitment to supporting communities who are in dire need. 
The donation was given out by Sheikh Nasser bin Hamad bin Nasser Al Thani, Chief Commercial Officer at Ooredoo, to one of the representatives of the Indian Embassy in Doha at Ooredoo Towers on May 27, 2021. 
Sheikh Nasser bin Hamad bin Nasser Al Thani said: “Qatar has a strong, well-established relationship with India, and we, at Ooredoo, are dismayed to see the devastating effects as the country experiences a second wave of coronavirus.”
“We applaud the relief efforts underway and are proud to do whatever we can to support our fellow global citizens in India. We hope the many international aid programmes underway bring some much-needed relief as soon as possible so that the country can recover from the impact of the pandemic,” he added.