Bupa Arabia provides free health insurance to the third participation of its CSR program
Continuing its commitment to social responsibility, Bupa Arabia, the kingdom’s first specialized health insurer, has signed an agreement with Dar Al-Tarbiya orphanage to provide free health insurance covering all 111 orphan lives cared for by the orphanage. This latest partnership agreement is one of Bupa Arabia’s long term plans which started by partnering with Al-Rafif Home orphanage last April and Women’s Welfare Center in August.
The agreement was signed by Eng. Loay Nazer, Chairman of Bupa Arabia, and Sawsan Waheeb, Office Manager of Dar Al Tarbiya. During the signing ceremony, Eng. Loay Nazer said: “We are totally committed to this program that complements the excellent work done by the kingdom’s orphanages in caring for the orphans. Accordingly, we are delighted to establish this strategic partnership with Dar Al Tarbiya 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.
“Our vision is to cover all orphans in the Kingdom over the next few years, starting with all the orphans registered under the Ministry of Social Affairs.”
As part of its commitment to giving back to the community it serves, Bupa Arabia has also established a number of initiatives that include seminars and awareness seminars on different general health topics and on specific orphans health related issues.
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