MUSCAT, Sept 13
Jusoor Foundation, a non-profit social responsibility organization, has completed the provision of partial support to several public majlises with funding assistance totaling RO 45,000.
The initiative stems from the CSR activities of usoor founding companies: Sohar Aluminium, OQ, and Vale Oman.
The Foundation plays its role in providing partial support to the majlises benefiting from the programme based on the requests submitted by the communities and after evaluating by the team during the sites visits to those meajlises to determine their fulfillment of specified criteria.
The Omani public majlises are one of the most prominent features and components of Omani society, and they have played a significant role in the past and present, as they have been used to serve the community by hosting various social events and discussion sessions to discuss the affairs of society's life and exchange views among members of the community in various segments.
It contributes to the formation of a cohesive society based on shared values and conventions, as well as the preservation of a society's history passed down through the generations.
In recognition of the majlises' important role, partial support has been provided to several majlises spread across North Al Batinah Governorate, including: the public majlises of Falaj Al Awhi, Al Jufra in the Wilayat of Sohar, Al Mafraq, Al Rawdah in the Wilayat of Saham, Qasabi Al Busaid Heights, Al Sharisha, Qasabiya Al Hawasneh in the Wilayat of Al Khaboura, Al Uqdah, and Southern Ariq in the Wilayat of Suwaiq.
Shaikh Awad bin Abdullah al Mandhari, Wali of Saham, said: “We witnessed the delivery of partial support to a number of public Majlises in the Wilayat of Saham, where we extend our appreciation and thanks to the companies supporting the public Majlises, namely Sohar Aluminium, Vale Oman and OQ represented by Jusoor Foundation, for their effective community service provision. It is obvious among community members, particularly among those who reside in the areas that benefit from the assistance.”