Women from Madaba Tour Nuqul Group’s CSR Program in Al Koura

Press release
Published April 17th, 2014 - 05:00 GMT

Twenty women affiliated with institutions from around Madaba toured Nuqul Group’s Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) projects in Al Koura district.

The day-long visit to the north of the kingdom was spent with the beneficiaries of the CSR project and helped visitors get a comprehensive understanding of the program’s goals and resulting success. Since its launch, the program has become an outstanding example in applying best practices and helping businesses reach their maximum potentials.

Commenting on the occasion, Ghassan Nuqul, Vice Chairman of Nuqul Group, said, “The program aims to improve social standards in Al Koura by empowering its residents as well as inspiring individuals who seek to improve themselves and offer positive contribution to their community. We hope that the visit to Al Koura will have positive changes on the visitors’ professional lives.”    

It is worth mentioning that the program covers all the basic factors to ensure successful community developments, including economic production, education, culture and the legal rights of citizens. Nuqul Group’s CSR program is a model for Al Koura as well as all other communities around Jordan. 

Background Information

Nuqul Group

The Chairman of the Board of Directors, Elia Nuqul, founded Nuqul Brothers Company on January 1, 1952 in Jordan as a trade and import company for foodstuff. This modest operation has grown over the years to become a worldwide corporation embracing a number of ventures in the Middle East region, and has been distinguished for its emphasis on ethical business practices and an appreciation for opportunity. Six years later, in 1958, Fine Hygienic Paper Company was established and soon became the region’s flagship brand for hygienic paper products.

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