Ooredoo Group has highlighted the meaningful initiatives undertaken by its operations across the Middle East, North Africa, and Southeast Asia to support communities and spread joy. Sheikh Mohamed bin Abdulla al-Thani, Deputy Group CEO, said: “Our initiatives during Ramadan reflect the spirit of compassion and solidarity that defines this holy month. Our companies have successfully launched numerous impactful community initiatives that have made a significant difference in the lives of many.”

In Qatar, Ooredoo’s ‘Endless Giving’ campaign includes a partnership with Rafeeq to distribute iftar boxes and sponsorship of key sporting events, such as the Neshan Ooredoo Ramadan Shooting Championship 2024, the Ekbis Volleyball Championship, and the Al Kass Ooredoo Padel Tournament. The campaign also empowers customers to contribute to local charities through Nojoom points donations.

Ooredoo Oman launched its 20th Goodwill Journey, with volunteers travelling across Oman during Ramadan, collaborating with local stakeholders to drive sustainable change for women, youth, and people with disabilities.

Ooredoo Kuwait in collaboration with Al-Najat Charity hosted the ‘longest Ramadan iftar table in Kuwait at Souq Al Mubarkiyah’. This initiative saw over 1,500 people gather to break their fast together.

In Algeria, Ooredoo, through a renewed commitment to the Algerian Red Crescent pledged support for humanitarian projects. In collaboration with the Ness El Khir foundation, Ooredoo operated a food-truck distributing hot meals to those fasting and in need, while also partnering with the Association Nationale de Volontariat to launch a solidarity caravan delivering essential foodstuffs to underprivileged families across multiple provinces.

In Tunisia, Ooredoo launched the ‘Tounes t3ich bellama’ campaign, a CSR initiative, and distributed Iftar boxes to those unable to reach their homes in time or lacking means, with support from digital influencer Mourad Elrouge.

Asiacell Iraq extended its reach to Wassite and Thiqar cities, providing food baskets for 1,500 poor families. The company also hosted grand Ramadan festivals in Baghdad and Basra. In Palestine, Ooredoo’s efforts touched the lives of orphans, people in need, and children through partnerships with organisations like SOS and Sharek.

Ooredoo Maldives launched the ‘Israhvehinnaa eku’ CSR campaign, featuring Iftars in collaboration with elderly and youth communities in Male’ City, Kulhudhuffushi City, and Addu City. Ooredoo Maldives also hosted community Iftars every Friday and a special iftar for the migrant community in the final week of Ramadan.

Sheikh Mohamed added: “The dedication and effort demonstrated by Ooredoo companies across our operations have been truly commendable. We are immensely proud of all the activities undertaken across our markets, embodying the true spirit of Ramadan and spreading a message of hope and unity.”
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