The operator of mobile telephony, Ooredoo , will launch in partnership with the Algerian Red Crescent (ARC ), a project of " mobile medical clinics for populations living in rural areas ."
An initiative concerning, according to a press operator , " the southern regions of Algeria before being extended to other regions." "The mobile medical clinics Ooredoo ensure care services in areas that do not have easy access to medical facilities ," said do you . This project falls within the framework of the enlargement of the initiative launched in 2013 by the group Ooredoo and Leo Messi Foundation. The announcement of the Algerian operation was made at a ceremony held on Thursday May 8 , Barcelona , Spain, in the presence of several personalities including His Excellency Sheikh Abdullah Bin Mohammed Bin Saud Al Thani, Chairman of the Board of Directors Ooredoo group , Joseph Ged , CEO of Ooredoo Algeria , the World football star and brand ambassador of Ooredoo , Lionel Messi , President of the Leo Messi Foundation and Ms. Saida Benhabyles , President of the Algerian Red Crescent .
"The program of mobile medical clinics plans to ensure medical care to two million children by 2016 , through its enlargement Ooredoo markets in the Middle East , North Africa and Asia Southeast , "says Ooredoo Algeria in the same statement . In this regard, Joseph Ged provides that " citizen engagement Ooredoo is strengthened by this new partnership with the Algerian Red Crescent and the Leo Messi Foundation. This ambitious project of mobile clinics will undoubtedly improve the medical care of people in remote areas. " " It will support and strategy , he says finally , governments ensure equal access to health care and health for all Algerian anywhere . Ooredoo remains available to assist and encourage initiatives in social and humanitarian nature to make better the lives of communities. "