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Ooredoo partners with Oman social insurance authority

MUSCAT, July 13, 2017

Ooredoo, a leading telecom services operator in Oman, has signed an agreement with the Public Authority for Social Insurance (PASI) to boost exchange of knowledge through training programmes.
 
The Ooredoo move reflects its role in supporting human growth and supporting the development of Omani society, said a statement from the company.
 
As per the deal, Ooredoo and the authority will collaborate on various projects, public-private partnerships and also exchange of knowledge through training programmes run by both Ooredoo and PASI.
 
Raed Dawood, the director of Government Relations and Corporate Affairs, said: “This agreement reaffirms our continuous collaboration with the public sector as part of our efforts to serve the community as best we can. At Ooredoo, our focus goes beyond offering state-of-the-art digital services and innovative telecom solutions and extends to supporting the development of the economy and individuals through partnerships and training initiatives.”    
 
The MoU will include field visits from both parties in order to share best practices in relevant fields. 
 
Representatives from Ooredoo and PASI will attend workshops, presentations, and conferences held by the two parties. 
 
Furthermore, the authority will coordinate with the Sultanate’s business digital partner to support their awareness activities and events across the country, said the statement from Ooredoo.
 
As part of its long-term commitment to champion societal growth, Ooredoo continues to adopt a strong CSR strategy to provide sustainable support to the communities it serves, it added.-TradeArabia News Service



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