Oman Air has reaffirmed its support for initiatives of Oman’s Ministry of Social Development (MOSD).
In addition, the airline has restated its commitment to sustainable social development and will continue promoting initiatives which aim to develop and support people with special needs, those who are on low incomes and citizens who are registered in a social insurance programme.
The MOSD makes support of such people a major priority and it works to meet their needs on a daily basis. And, as part of its continuing corporate social responsibility (CSR) programme, Oman Air has worked in close co-ordination with the Ministry to deliver a range of projects.
Paul Gregorowitsch, chief executive officer of Oman Air said: “The airline has to date expanded range of our community initiatives. These have supported those eligible for social insurance, improved living conditions of those who are least well off and contributed to achievement throughout society of a rewarding and balanced life. We have also provided vital backing for a range of educational, cultural and sporting initiatives throughout the Sultanate.”
The airline has a record of providing sustained support for people with special needs. For example, the airline partnered with the Public Authority for Small and Medium Enterprises and the Al Raffd Fund to run a workshop in Muscat. Here, importance of providing financial backing for students with special needs was emphasized, availability of practical and financial support was outlined and students learned about significance of economic independence.