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du signs MoU with ICO in Ajman to give back to the community

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du, from Emirates Integrated Telecommunications Company (EITC), has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with the International Charitable Organization (ICO) in Ajman. The agreement was signed by His Excellency Dr. Khaled Abdel Wahab Al Khaja, Secretary-General of the International Charitable Organization, and Adel Al Rais, Head of Corporate Communications & Protocol, du.

His Excellency Dr. Khaled Abdel Wahab Al Khaja, Secretary-General of ICO said: “We, at ICO, are pleased to collaborate with du for charitable and humanitarian initiatives. This partnership will allow us to continue to make a positive difference in the lives of people who need it, when they need it the most.”

Under the agreement, du will support ICO’s charitable and humanitarian works inside and outside the UAE. This is accomplished through SMS fundraising and ICO donation support via the du mobile app. The Memorandum of Understanding is in line with the telco’s #RamadanInYou campaign, which focuses on giving back to the local community in a sustainable and engaging way.

Adel Al Rais, Head of Corporate Communications & Protocol – du said: “Our partnership with ICO is testament to du’s commitment to corporate social responsibility as an organisation. Aligning with our #RamadanInYou campaign, this new collaboration will harness the power of our individual entities to make a greater impact.”

Engaging stakeholders is an essential component of contributing to community impact programs. As part of its CSR activities this Ramadan, du is providing SMS support to UNICEF, Tarahum, CAFU, the 1 billion meals initiative, and other charities.

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