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Fawzia Abdulkhaliq

KFH-Bahrain offers financing to people of determination

MANAMA, July 17, 2022

Kuwait Finance House – Bahrain (KFH – Bahrain) has announced a finance facility up to BD30,000 ($79,482) specially designed for people of determination, adults or children suffering from orthopedic and neuromuscular deformities. 
The bank will provide a Sharia-compliant personal loan at a reduced rate for a maximum tenure of seven years to customers who wish to purchase prosthetic or orthotic solutions from Steps Rehabilitation Centre. 
 “It gives us great pleasure to collaborate with KFH-Bahrain in providing most advanced prosthetics and orthotic solutions which will be 3D designed, printed or modified according to user’s requirement. We are confident that this initiative will create a positive impact on the people of determination and other users by providing them with the necessary replacement or support which will enable them in leading a normal life in the society with ease and comfort,” commented Fawzia Abdulkhaliq, Managing Director at Steps Rehabilitation Centre.
Special financing
Hamed Mashal, Head of Retail Banking at KFH-Bahrain, said: “We are pleased to launch this special financing offer for the people of determination, which will facilitate the process of obtaining the most advanced prosthetic and orthotic solutions. This campaign aims to help customers overcome financial obstacles by providing them with special financing of up to BD30,000 at a low-profit rate and with a repayment period of up to seven years. 
“We look forward to expanding the scope of this initiative and cooperating with other rehabilitation centres across the Kingdom to reach a larger segment of society.”
Established in 2007, Steps Rehabilitation Centre provides Intensive Rehabilitation services, Early Intervention – Speech Therapy, Well Baby programme, Pediatric Physical and Occupational Therapy and Intensive Physical and Occupational Therapy and Adult Rehabilitation. The Centre also engaged in a community partnership with the Ministry of Labour and Social Development to establish the Al Matrook Centre for conductive rehabilitation in 2008, in order to serve a category of group in most need of care in the Bahraini society. 
Al Matrook provides the highest quality rehabilitation and education to individuals with various neuro-motor needs such as cerebral palsy and other developmental conditions.-- TradeArabia News Service


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