Qatar Finance and Business Academy (QFBA) – which has implemented several community outreach programs during 2014 has in its latest initiative, visited and engaged with children at the Surgery and Accidents Department at Hamad General Hospital and distributed gifts to the sick and recovering during the Holy month of Ramadan.
The delegation was led by Dr. Mohammed Al Emadi, Head of Marketing and Sales at Qatar Financial and Business Academy.
The delegation was received by a team of Hamad hospital staff who arranged a brief tour of the facility which houses 116 patients across the Children’s Short-Stay Unit, the Children’s Dialysis Unit, the Children’s Intensive Care Unit and the Unit of Respiratory Therapy for Children.
Dr. AbdulAziz AlHorr, CEO of Qatar Finance and Business Academy, said, “As a national institution concerned with Social Responsibility, we are keen to communicate with the various sectors of the local community. Our presence with these children during the Holy month of Ramadan as they recover represents the aspect of social communication that we take very seriously at our Academy.”
Dr. Mohammed Al Emadi, added, “As the QFBA, We will continue to support and contribute to social causes. Our role is not just limited to empowering the financial sector cadres in the state but reaching out to the community whenever we find the right opportunity. Engaging with the community is part of our consolidated role as a financial institution and our engagement with these children reflects our larger corporate social outreach.”
At the end of the visit, the delegation wished the children a speedy recovery. The staff of the Children’s Surgery and Accidents Department and the children at Hamad General Hospital expressed their thanks and gratitude to the Academy team for the kind gesture. The Academy aims to enhance the spirit of cooperation and support activities and various events as part of its ongoing CSR initiative and to participate in causes that maintain the customs, traditions and values of Qatari society.
This visit is considered one of the Academy’s most significant CSR programs aimed at empowering citizens from all segments of the society.