Muscat: Oman LNG recently delivered 905 wheelchairs and other types of aid to the Oman Association for the Disabled to improve the quality of life for people living with disabilities.
Over the last five years, Oman LNG has invested more than OMR800,000 towards improving living standards for individuals supported by the Oman Association for the Disabled, a non-government association set up in 1995 to provide support, education and recreational activities for people with disabilities.
Oman LNG is committed to healthcare and social improvements, and continues to find ways to assist associations to help people across the Sultanate.
The donated equipment included 595 wheelchairs, 50 electric beds,60 hearing aids, 100 commode chairs, and 100 air cushions with pumps.
The equipment was handed over to the association at the Omani Women’s Association in Qurum, Muscat, attended by Sheikh Khalid bin Omar Al Marhoon, Minister Of Civil Service, Khalid bin Abdullah Al Massan, representing Oman LNG, and Yahya bin Abdullah Al Amri, President of the Oman Association for the Disabled.
“Oman LNG understands the importance of partnering with the community, and we are happy to continue playing our role as an establishment that offers result-oriented support as a way of improving the quality of life for everyone in the country,” said Sheikh Khalid Al Massan, Chief Executive Officer of the Oman LNG Development Foundation.