TASNEE funds the Eighth Mobile Clinic
11/6/2014

His Royal Highness Prince Turki Bin Abdullah Bin Abdulaziz Al Saud, Riyadh Region Governor, inaugurated the Diabetes Mobile Clinic, which is sponsored and funded by the National Industrialization Company (Tasnee ), during the opening ceremony of the first Scientific Diabetes Conference, organized and supervised by the Saudi Charitable Association of Diabetes in Riyadh on Wednesday the 5 th of November 2014.
 
Riyadh Prince honored Tasnee for its efforts in social responsibility, its appreciated role achieving the clinic and the outstanding role that is expected of such a clinic to play in the community through raising the disease dangers awareness. In return, this awareness will lead to decrease the disease and rehabilitate the patients to deal and cope with the disease, thus reducing its numerous complications.
 
Tasnee CEO, Eng. Saleh F. Al-Nazha thanked His Royal Highness, Riyadh Prince for honoring Tasnee and for his role in supporting for the social responsibility’s efforts in Riyadh region.
 
Al-Nazha assured that Tasnee is keen to play its role of commitment by allocating 1% of its annual profits to spend on social responsibility programs.
 
Eng. Saleh Bin Fahd pointed to Tasnee's promenade vision of social responsibility by investing in human and community service as a thanking recognition and a sense of responsibility those coop with our religious and national moral values at the same time in parallel with excellence in the business areas. In the last three decades, Tasnee, that invests in the industrial area, become the second largest Saudi industrial company and the second largest producer in the world of the titanium dioxide,
 
Tasnee also seeks to achieve the benefit of its own society in which it originated, invested and succeeded through the environment preservation in all the industrial projects and its direct interest in the environmental projects, So, Tasnee seeks to develop the Saudi people through raising their awareness, education, treatment and rehabilitation and developing their own skills within the range of its social responsibility programs.
 
Al-Nazha added that Tasnee funds and supports a variety of mobile clinics, such as the Anti-Smoking Charity (Purity), launching three mobile clinics to combat smoking and the charity to raise awareness of the dangers of smoking and drugs (KAFA) launching two mobile clinics to combat smoking and drugs. TASNEE also supported and financed other mobile clinic to combat diabetes and general examination in collaboration with AlKawthar Charity in Aseer and collaborated with the Charitable Association of Thaiba Physicians to establish a mobile clinic for dental treatment.