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Khaleeji Commercial Bank (KHCB), one of the leading Islamic banks in the Kingdom of Bahrain, has announced its sponsorship of the events and activities of the Bahrain Sports Federation for Disabilities, as part of its firm commitment to its social responsibility and its keenness to support this segment of the community in particular.
CEO of the Bank, Mr. Sattam Sulaiman Algosaibi, received the President of the Federation, Sheikh Mohamed bin Duaij Al Khalifa, in the presence of Mr. Mohammed Abdulla Saleh, Assistance General Manager, Human Resources & Corporate Communications & Mr. Soubah Abdulrahman Al Zayani, Head of Corporate Communications, where the Federation’s achievements has been presented and discuss a number of topics related to supporting the Federation’s efforts to facilitate its tasks and goals of supporting disabled individuals and enabling them to represent Bahrain in global forums.
Mr. Algosaibi expressed appreciation for the efforts exerted by the Federation’s Board of Directors under the presidency of Sheikh Mohamed bin Duaij Al Khalifa, affirming the Bank’s continuous support for all its programs and projects which serve people with disabilities and meet their demands, developing their abilities in various fields.
Algosaibi added “The Bank is committed to its responsibility towards all members of society, including those with special needs, not only by providing support to the concerned civil society organisations, but also providing them with convenient means to benefit from our banking services. Last year we announced preparing the Juffair branch to serve our customers with disabilities by equipping the branch with an ATM machine with special specifications to serve them, in addition to providing visual and audio technology to meet their requirements. The mall is also equipped with entrances and exits that allow them easy access to the branch. Within the branch, they are given priority with a special office provided to receive them and complete their transactions.”
For his part, Sheikh Mohamed bin Duaij Al Khalifa expressed his gratitude and appreciation to KHCB for their support, which will undoubtedly play a major role in enhancing the participation of disabled individuals in local and international sports events, representing the Kingdom of Bahrain in a befitting manner and scoring honourable achievements.
“The Federation seeks to initiate activities that serve people with disabilities, meet their demands and develop their abilities in various fields, within the framework of coordination and cooperation with the public and private sectors, which has contributed to many of the Federation’s achievements.” said Sheikh Mohammed Al Khalifa, adding “I take this opportunity to thank KHCB for this generous donation, which reflects their keenness to support one of the important pillars of Bahraini society, which was included by the reform project of His Majesty King Hamad bin Isa Al Khalifa in order to preserve their dignity and enable them to play an important role in building the future of this precious nation.”
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