Part of Zain Bahrain’s Sustainability and Inclusion (S&I) strategy is to embed inclusivity in the business operation consciously
Bahrain – Zain Bahrain, a telecommunications industry innovator in the kingdom, has signed an MoU with Bahrain Mobility International Centre to exchange knowledge and aid the growth of an inclusive community.
As part of Zain Bahrain’s efforts to create a diverse and inclusive work environment, the signing ceremony took place in the presence of Parliament Representative Ebrahim Al Nefaei and Zain Bahrain employees.
Zain Bahrain’s Sustainability and Inclusion (S&I) strategy is to embed inclusivity in the business operation consciously. Zain Bahrain implemented inclusive initiatives such as creating a special hotline for PwDs and their caretakers, designing wheelchair-friendly branches, and training employees on sign language to deliver an exceptional customer service experience by ensuring that the company’s services are accessible for all members of the community.
Fatima Haider, Zain Bahrain Sustainability and Inclusivity Manager, commented: “We are honoured to be collaborating with Bahrain Mobility International Centre through this MoU to continue encouraging inclusivity in our local community and support of the Sustainability Development Goals (SDGs) – Goal 17 Partnerships for the Goals, as we value partnerships and believe that combining forces with a diverse range of communities will make a greater impact in helping us achieve a growing sustainable business.”
Adel Sultan Almotawa, President of Bahrain Mobility International Centre, added: “It is our pleasure to be signing this MoU to work closely with Zain Bahrain to promote an inclusive community with equal access and opportunities.”