QNB vis­ited young pa­tients at Chest Dis­eases Hospi­tal

As part of its di­verse CSR pro­grams in Kuwait

Kuwait Times - - FROM THE ARABIC PRESS -

KUWAIT: QNB, the lead­ing financial in­sti­tu­tion in the Mid­dle East and North Africa, re­cently vis­ited the Pediatrics sec­tion of the Chest Dis­eases Hospi­tal (CDH). The visit is part of the bank’s CSR pro­gram, and aimed to pro­vide sup­port, lift spir­its and leave a smile on young pa­tient’s faces. The tour in­cluded vis­its to var­i­ous sub­sec­tions of the pediatrics sec­tion, where bank of­fi­cials were in­tro­duced to some of the cases be­ing treated at the hospi­tal as well as the care be­ing given to the pa­tients. The vis­i­tors were also in­vited to visit the spe­cial wards which con­tain toys and ac­tiv­i­ties for the chil­dren’s en­ter­tain­ment. QNB of­fi­cials also of­fered presents to all the young pa­tients, in ac­cor­dance to the hospi­tal’s rules and reg­u­la­tions in this re­gard and ex­pressed their heart­felt wishes for a quick re­cov­ery.

On this oc­ca­sion, Samir Sal­man, GM - QNB Kuwait, ex­pressed his plea­sure at the visit to the sick chil­dren, stat­ing that this ini­tia­tive is one of the most im­por­tant CSR ac­tiv­i­ties taken by the bank, since th­ese vis­its of­fer the young pa­tients much needed care and at­ten­tion to boost their morale and leave a pos­i­tive im­pact.

On the other hand, CDH of­fi­cials lauded the gen­er­ous ges­ture and kind visit by QNB of­fi­cials to bring a smile to chil­dren’s faces, call­ing upon other or­ga­ni­za­tions to un­der­take sim­i­lar ini­tia­tives to QNB’s an­nual vis­its to the Pediatrics sec­tion. QNB Group’s pres­ence through its sub­sidiaries and as­so­ciate com­pa­nies ex­tends to more than 27 coun­tries across three con­ti­nents pro­vid­ing a com­pre­hen­sive range of ad­vanced prod­ucts and ser­vices. The to­tal num­ber of em­ploy­ees is more than 15,000 op­er­at­ing through more than 635 lo­ca­tions, with an ATM net­work of more than 1,350 ma­chines.

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