As continuation to the
strategic partnership between both parties for so many years, and to
emphasize the significance of this partnership and the role it plays
in fighting hunger and helping to improve the lives of the less
fortunate around the Kingdom, Orange Jordan has announced the renewal
of its partnership with Tkiyet Um Ali (TUA). The agreement was signed
by Orange Jordan’s CEO, Jerome Henique and the General Manager of
Tkiyet Um Ali, Samer Balqar.
Under this agreement, Orange
Jordan will continue supporting the TUA’s sustainable nutritional
support programs, different activities and its seasonal campaigns
that will take place during the sponsorship period. Orange Jordan
will also sponsor families in need in different governorates across
the Kingdom and a few activities during the Holy month of Ramadan.
They will also offer logistic support to execute TUA’s activities,
like preparing food parcels and distributing them to sponsored
families with the help and participation of Orange Volunteer Club, in
addition to supporting “Mawaed Al Rahman” at the headquarters of
TUA during the Holy month of Ramadan.
Commenting on the occasion,
Orange CEO, Jerome Henique said: “We are proud to continue
supporting this long-term partnership with TUA, through which we work
to achieve our mutual goals, most important of which is to support
fighting hunger. We look forward to make a difference in the living
conditions of the less fortunate segment.”
Manager of Tkiyet Um Ali, Samer Balqar thanked Orange Jordan for its
continuous support for Tkiyet Um Ali, and for its faith in their
vision to reach a hunger-free Jordan, and its commitment to
supporting the segments that are most in need.
Jordan’s partnership is aligned with its five year strategy,
Essentials2020, and its Corporate Social Responsibility strategy,
focusing on its entrepreneurial position, embodying its values of
citizenship and reinforcing the socioeconomic development whether
through the initiatives it implements individually or in
collaboration with various civil society organizations.