Loai Nazer, Chairman of Bupa Arabia, and Tal Nazer, CEO of Bupa Arabia in a group photo with the Women’s Welfare Center
Continuing its commitment to social responsibility, Bupa Arabia, the kingdom’s first specialized health insurer, has signed its second agreement with Women’s Welfare Center to provide free health insurance cover services for additional 36 of the orphans being cared for by the organization.
The agreement was signed by Eng. Loay Hisham Nazer, Chairman of Bupa Arabia, and Dr. Hala Al-Shaer, Vice President of the Board of Women’s Welfare Center During the signing ceremony, Loay Nazer said: “Women’s Welfare Center is considered to be one of the best and most experienced at taking care of orphans and we are delighted to establish this strategic partnership as part of Bupa Arabia’s intention to provide all of the Kingdom’s orphans with free health insurance that guarantees them the best health care services.”
The new partnership agreement is the second step in Bupa Arabia’s long term plan which started last April by signing an agreement with “Al Rafeef Home” orphanage.
The initiative was launched by Bupa Arabia’s Chairman Loay Nazer, whose vision is to cover 7000 orphans in the Kingdom over the next few years. Starting with all the orphans registered under the Ministry of Social Affairs.
Dr. Hala Al Shaer commented on the importance of this partnership by stating: “Caring for orphans is a great service that is highly regarded by the community and it is also one of the most important commandments in Islamic Shari’ah. On behalf of all my colleagues at the Women’s Welfare Center, I extend our thanks to Bupa Arabia for this generous initiative that guarantees that the orphans in our care will receive the best medical services available, which will surely improve their lives and strengthen their future.”
As part of its commitment to giving back to the community it serves, Bupa Arabia has established a number of initiatives that includes seminars and awareness sessions to better facilitate the special needs of the orphans, and to take care of the lives in our hands.