Jun 04, 2017
Provinces, in addition to Iftars of several Foreign Gatherings who reside in the Sudan.
In a Unique Initiative
“Zain” holds 8 ‘Iftars’ in Displaced Camps in the Provinces and for foreign gatherings in Khartoum
In a continuing of the string of Ramadan ‘Iftars’ which the Sudanese Company for Mobile Tele-Communication “Zain” has accustomed itself to holding each year, “Zain” brought to fruition in Ramadan a number of ‘Iftars’ in which it hosted citizens in several Displaced Camps in the Provinces, in addition to Iftars of several Foreign Gatherings who reside in the Sudan.
In the ‘Serief’ Camp in the Southern Darfur Province was the commencement of launching the series of ‘Iftars’ in the Provinces, in co-operation with the Idafa Organization for Disaster Relief and Assisted Development, as the Fasters gathered around “Zain’s” meal in an image of strengthening of the spirit of Brotherhood and Co-operation. The Minister of Social Affairs Aisha Hanwa stated that Zain’s ‘Iftar’ in that Camp represented a grand gesture and a benevolent initiative that is to be expected of “Zain” and its Beautiful World vision. From Serief, the destination was then to ‘Alban Gadied’, in the Blue Nile Province, Al-Russairis City; Zain’s Iftar there was in co-operation with the Masha’il Charity Organization. There, many locals of the area attended a graceful Ramadan evening. Then, Zain headed towards South Kurdufan, to the “Al-Samma” Neighborhood in the City of Kadugli, in synchronicity with another Iftar Ceremony in the ‘Shaheed Afendi’ Camp in the Blue Nile Province, in the City of Damazeen. The acting Social Care and Culture Minister of South Kurdufan Province Doc. Ali Ibrahim stated his approval of Zain’s Initiative which he described as “unique”, while wishing success to all of “Zain’s” employees. “Zain” then carried its provisions to the ‘Abu Shouk’ Camp in North Darfur, City of Fashir, and this Iftar was an opportunity to increase social ties between the members of the camp, and one to strengthen Zain’s bonds with the public. The Mayor of Al-Fashir Al-Tigani Abd-El-Gadir stated that the Iftar meant much to the inhabitants of the Abu Shouk Camp, and it confirmed to them that there was someone to stand by them and feel their suffering, the Mayor then called on “Zain” to continue this endeavor that represents a huge morale value to the citizens, and gives them hopes for a bright future.
Appointed Member and Chief Executive of “Zain” Sudan Marshall Pilot El-Fatih Orwa confirmed that “Zain” has crossed the Capitals boundaries to the Provinces, and has partially focused its Iftars in the Displaced Camps, these Iftars by which it intended to deliver a message of Love and Peace to the folks there. Orwa added that those citizen were forced by the circumstances of wars to leave their homes and gather in these camps, intimating that these ‘Iftars’ are the least that can be done for them. Orwa then called on all charitable organizations and Private Foundations and Companies to follow “Zain’s” lead and expand beyond the frame of the Capital, and to contribute to alleviating the suffering of the residents of the Displacement Camps.
In a related matter, “Zain” executed a number of Ramadan ‘Iftars’ for the Country’s Guests, of the Syrian, Ethiopian, and Yemeni contingents residing in Khartoum, as well as an Iftar for regional students in the International University of Africa which shall be held in the second half of Ramadan.
The seventh day of Ramadan has seen an ‘Iftar’ in the Yemeni Contingent House in the suburb of Sahafa on Mohammad Naguib St. in Khartoum, in synchronicity with another Iftar on the same day of the Ethiopian Contingent, in the Zagallona area in Omdurman, the 15th Borough. Fathi Habib, the Secretary General of the of the Ethiopian Contingent stated that the Sudanese are naturally kind and hospitable to guests, stressing that Ethiopians have high respect and appreciation for the Sudanese, adding that Zain’s Iftar is an extension of the cords of amity between the two Peoples.
In Zain’s Iftar at the Syrian Contingent, Ratib Mustafa, the appointed Secretary General of the Syrian Contingent in Sudan that the Sudanese generally carry much amity and brotherhood towards the Syrian People, adding that they feel no desolation in Sudan, but they feel rather that they are in their second home; he described the Sudan as the country of Safety and Serenity, and said that Zain Company is more than just a Tele-Communications Company, it is an organization that carries within it all the values of Humanity and an attunement to the Society’s pulse. He confirmed that the Iftar was a translation of the virtues of brotherhood between the People of Sudan and the Syrian People.
Salih Muhammed Ali, First Corporate Communication Director in Zain described the Iftars of the Foreign Contingents in Khartoum as a good opportunity to meet with the Country’s Guests from sister Countries, explaining that ZAIN, in addition to its work in the Communications Industry, plays a significant diplomatic role in showing the genuine character of the Sudanese People.