National Beverage Company provides computers to the Sadeq Association in Al Amari Refugee Camp
Ramallah – Al Hayat Economic - The National Beverage Company Coca-Cola/Cappy provided computers and a multi-function printer to the computer center of the Charity Society for Development and Care (Sadeq) in Al Amari Refugee Camp, in continuation to performing its role towards the development of community centers serving the various age groups.
The equipment, including eight PCs and a printer, were delivered at Sadeq headquarters in the presence of Alaa Esawi, representative of the National Beverage Company, Samir Al Bass, member of the Management Board of Sadeq, and Olayan Al Hindi, member of the Management Board of Sadeq. The Computer Center of the Sadeq Society will provide various computer and Internet services for students of both genders in Al Amari Refugee Camp.
Mr. Imad Al Hindi, General Manager of the National Beverage Company, expressed his pride in cooperating with Sadeq Association, well known for its dedication and continuous endeavor in serving the people of Al Amari Refugee Camp. He confirmed the Company's keenness to provide all types of support to all associations and centers that serve the citizens, especially in the underprivileged refugee camps, villages and regions. "We hope that we have been able to contribute to the development of the computer center at Sadeq Society to serve our student daughters and sons in schools and universities."
Mr. Al Hindi stressed the need for the Palestinian private sector to join hands with civil society organizations in order to provide all necessary services to all segments of society, especially the needy and marginalized groups. He also stressed the importance of supporting students in order to complete their educational journey, adding that the existence of a center to provide free computer and internet services in Al Amari Refugee Camp will save the students' efforts and money.
On his part, Samir Al-Bass extended thanks and appreciation to NBC and conveyed the appreciation of the Management Board of Directors of the Society, represented by its Chairman Mr. Walid Robin Al-Khatib, to NBC for providing the equipment donated to the computer center, which will be opened at the beginning of the academic year. He indicated that the Center will provided free of charge services to the students of schools and universities including research paper and documentation printing. Computer and Internet courses will be held, in addition to providing a library of references within the center, which was established in cooperation with and by contributions from a number of civil society organizations.