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A'Saffa Foods and Child Care Centre celebrate Arab Orphan Day

Posted on Jul 05, 2020

Recently, A'Saffa Foods celebrated Arab Orphan Day in collaboration with The Ministry of Social Development, represented by the Child Care Centre. A’Saffa’s participation and support of the event reflects its commitment to support social events in general and the community in particular. Through their participation in the event, the company’s prime objective was to put a smile on the faces of the children at the Child Care Centre.

Declared by the Arab League in response to the many challenges faced by orphans, Arab Orphan Day falls on the first Friday of every April. It is designed to build awareness on the plight of children, and to serve as a celebration of them, and those who work to improve their lives.

Organised in order to bring the children and the public together, the event took place at Marah Land in Qurum, and brought together over 400 children from different child care centers in the sultanate.

Eng. Mohamed Suhail Al Shanfari, A’Saffa Foods’ Chief Executive Officer, said, “We are proud to have been a part of this amazing event which saw a large number of children participate and enjoy themselves. We are happy that we could bring a smile to their faces and appreciate the ministry’s efforts in providing them with social and educational care to all children.” The event saw a number of entertainment activities like face painting and henna being organized for the children. Among the programmes was the distribution of healthy breakfast and lunch meals provided by A'Saffa Foods.

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