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Blood donation drive at Boecker®

Blood donation drive at Boecker®

The Hamad Medical Corporation’s Blood Donor Centre and Boecker®, the leading public health company in Qatar and the Middle East, joined hands for Boecker® “Today I saved a life” initiative that has been launched to encourage company employees to contribute to the Qatari community by donating blood.

Taking safety as a prime concern, Boecker® made sure to collaborate with a team of highly experienced medical professionals, nurses and supervisors from the blood donor centre who guided employees through the process and carefully evaluated participants based on their eligibility to donate.

“We take great pride in seeing so many of our staff coming forward to donate blood and support the noble cause of saving lives. This initiative could not have been possible without the participation of the great people who work at Boecker® and their generosity few days ahead of the Holy Month of Ramadan,” said Carla Ghaleb, Boecker® Qatar Country Manager. “Initiatives like these help us come together as a community and work towards making a difference. We hope that Boecker® inspires other corporations in Qatar to follow suit and include such initiatives in their corporate agendas,” she added.

The “Today I saved a Life” initiative is an on-going activity that takes place in more than one country across Boecker® branches and symbolises the importance that the company gives to corporate social responsibility. As the largest Public Health group in the Middle East, Boecker® is always committed to contribute to the enhancement of people’s well-being be it through the range of its world-class services of Pest Management, Food Safety and Biosecurity or its social initiatives.

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