Ooredoo Kuwait Telecom has cooperated with the United Nations Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs to launch the “Race for Humanity” campaign, coinciding with the World Humanitarian Day.
The company pointed out that climate change is a complex and long-term global problem that puts the lives of many communities and the most vulnerable people at risk, as well as the loss of their homes and livelihoods.
She stated that with the continuation of the Covid-19 pandemic, the nature of human life was affected, the number of patients and deaths increased, and the unemployment rate increased around the world, in addition to economic disasters and negative effects on the environment. Efforts to save those in dire need.
The campaign aims to raise public awareness about the necessity of solidarity with the people most vulnerable to being affected by the climate crisis, and included sending text messages to customers and publishing awareness messages on the company’s social networking sites, as it is a fertile platform that efficiently contributes to achieving the highest level of awareness and encourages followers to take an active role. To participate and join the “Race for Humanity” campaign.
In a statement, the company indicated that climatic disasters such as floods, droughts and heat waves have doubled in the last twenty years, leaving the greatest impact on the population of developing countries, and urged everyone to join the “Race for Humanity” campaign.