KUWAIT: Ooredoo Kuwait’s brand ambassador,Rakan Al-Hasawi, won third place in the 3rd AEF Junior Jumping Championship which took place in Taipei. Al-Hasawi is considered the only participant from the GCC, in addition to being the only GCC athlete to win in this competition.
Al-Hasawi won a number of awards locally and regionally, such as the CHI Al-Shaqab horse hurdles competition in Qatar, in addition to the Kuwait Police Show Jumping Tournament and the Kuwait Riding Center Tournament, in addition to the Hala Febrayer 2017 which was sponsored by Ooredoo Kuwait recently, among other competitions.
In a statement regarding this, Ooredoo Kuwait’s Corporate Communications Senior Director Mijbil Alayoub said, “We have great pride in the achievement of young promising Kuwaiti showjumper Rakan Al-Hasawi. Our commitment to supporting youth is deep-rooted within our core values in Ooredoo Kuwait.” Al-Ayoub further added; “. We are especially proud of our young athletes that we sponsor, such as Kuwaiti champion Abdulaziz Al-Rashed, and Kuwaiti athlete Najlaa Al-Jeraiwi who represented Kuwait in the Asian Games this year.”
Empowering youth is among Ooredoo’s top priorities through its CSR strategy. The company has recently signed a memorandum of understanding with the Ministry of State for Youth Affairs, to support youth projects and initiatives. Ooredoo is continuously working with the Ministry to enrich youth experience in a variety of fields, with a focus on volunteerism.
Supporting youth and empowering women is among Ooredoo’s top priorities through its CSR strategy. The company signed a memorandum of understanding with the Ministry of State for Youth Affairs in 2017to support youth projects and initiatives. Ooredoo is continuously working with the different entities in both private and public sectors to enrich youth experience in a variety of fields.