KNPC CEO presents NSH the Ex­cel­lent CSR AWARD

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NSH has been hon­ored with the first Ex­cel­lent CSR Award for its hu­man­i­tar­ian ser­vices. In a glit­ter­ing func­tion con­ducted by TEF dur­ing the first ex­cel­lent en­gi­neer­ing awards cer­e­mony in Radis­son Blu Ho­tel, NSH’s HR Man­ager Pani J An­thony re­ceived the award from Mo­hammed Ghazi Al Mu­tairi, KNPC’s CEO. Who ap­pre­ci­ated the MNC’s ef­forts in­clud­ing the pro­grams, UN In­ter­na­tional day against drugs abuse for the young­sters, UNESCO’s In­ter­na­tional Lit­er­acy Day, and na­tional level events for the stu­dent com­mu­nity.

NSH Global Vil­lage Har­mony is reg­is­tered with the In­dian Em­bassy in Kuwait. The Deputy Chief of Mis­sion of In­dian Em­bassy in Kuwait Shubashis Goldar ap­pre­ci­ated the yeomen ser­vices ren­dered by NSH. Pani was ac­com­pa­nied by the vice pres­i­dent of NSH Global Vil­lage Har­mony D. Hariku­mar. The moral sup­port from the Manag­ing Di­rec­tor Dr Ravi Pil­lai, Coun­try Man­ager Sabu and col­leagues played a help­ing hand, Pani J An­thony said.

Mal­abar Gold & Di­a­monds, one of the lead­ing jew­ellery group with 159 re­tail out­lets glob­ally is or­ga­niz­ing a free blood do­na­tion drive in as­so­ci­a­tion with Kuwait Blood Bank on 6th Novem­ber, 2016 from 9 am to 1 pm at Lulu Hyper­mar­ket, Da­jeej, Kuwait.

Ac­cord­ing to WHO, the need for blood is ris­ing in all parts of the world and some­one in the world needs blood ev­ery sec­ond. One do­na­tion can help to save the lives of up to 3 peo­ple. The main ob­jec­tive of this ini­tia­tive is to raise aware­ness among the res­i­dents in Kuwait about the im­por­tance of blood do­na­tion and to en­cour­age max­i­mum peo­ple to do­nate blood, with the sup­port of Kuwait Blood Bank.

The unit will be equipped with 4 sta­tions with a max­i­mum ca­pac­ity to store blood from 150 peo­ple out of which 50 em­ploy­ees will be from Mal­abar Gold & Di­a­monds who would do­nate blood on a vol­un­tary ba­sis. Pub­lic can be a part of this no­ble ini­tia­tive and blood can be do­nated only af­ter pre­lim­i­nary health screen­ing. Any healthy adult male or fe­male be­tween the age of 1865 years, whose body weight is at least 50 kg and is not un­der med­i­cal treat­ment for any dis­eases can be a donor. Blood do­na­tion not only saves life, but it also im­proves the health of the donor.

Aim­ing to en­sure that qual­ity health­care is ac­ces­si­ble to ev­ery­one, es­pe­cially to those who can­not af­ford ex­pen­sive med­i­cal care; Mal­abar Gold & Di­a­monds has been con­duct­ing sev­eral such health check-up & blood do­na­tion camps in dif­fer­ent parts of the Mid­dle East & Far East in as­so­ci­a­tion with like-minded or­ga­ni­za­tions as a part of their CSR ac­tiv­i­ties.

‘I re­quest all me­dia to com­mu­ni­cate about the blood do­na­tion drive to the pub­lic so that more peo­ple are aware of it. We thank Kuwait Blood Bank for as­so­ci­at­ing with us for this no­ble cause, said Mr. Sham­lal Ahamed MP, Manag­ing Di­rec­tor - In­ter­na­tional Op­er­a­tions, Mal­abar Gold & Di­a­monds.

The group sup­ports many phil­an­thropic ac­tiv­i­ties and is al­ways ready to take ini­tia­tives to help the de­prived sec­tion in the so­ci­ety. The key fo­cus ar­eas of the CSR ini­tia­tives of Mal­abar Group are in the ar­eas of Health, Ed­u­ca­tion, Women Em­pow­er­ment, Hous­ing and En­vi­ron­ment. The group, which cur­rently has show­rooms across GCC, In­dia, Malaysia and Sin­ga­pore un­der­takes sev­eral wel­fare ac­tiv­i­ties with the as­so­ci­a­tion of like-minded or­ga­ni­za­tions in the re­spec­tive re­gions. The or­ga­ni­za­tion en­sures that a fixed per­cent­age of its net profit is used for CSR ac­tiv­i­ties ev­ery year and the char­ity projects of Mal­abar Gold & Di­a­monds have touched the lives of thou­sands of peo­ple.

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