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Ooredoo joins International Women Group to plant in Yarmouk Park
December 25, 2014, 9:51 am

In continuing its efforts in the field of environment activism, Ooredoo gave a guided tour to a delegation from the International Women Group in Yarmouk Park as part of a day out hosted by theMayor of Yamrouk, Abdulaziz Al-Meshari. The event was also attended by the wives of diplomats as well activists and dignitaries.

Attending on behalf of Ooredoo, Senior Manager of Brand in the Group Communications Division Fatima Al-Mukhaizeem briefed the audience on the efforts of Ooredoo with the Governorate of Asmah and the UN Habitat Program in opening Yarmouk Eco-Friendly Park, the first of its kind in Kuwait. Al-Mukhaizeem stressed that such an activity is aligned with the company’s vision of working to enrich the community.She noted that the company was selected by UN Habitatin a first-of-its-kind gesture to be their partner in celebrating World Cities Day last November, which was the same day the park was inaugurated.

The visiting delegation last week planted trees that represent their cultures, tagging them with their names in a designated corner inside the park. The event was also attended by primary school students from Badr Al-Refai School and Zahra Al-Bahar School, who participated in planting in the park and gave a brief presentation on the importance of gardens in suburbs.

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