Zain hosts special evening out for Asian labourers

Written by Wafa Mohammed

Topics: Zain

Nearly 1,500 workers from over 14 small Labour camps across the Kingdom were treated to a Wonders Evening Out by Zain Bahrain and the Bharati Association as part of a month-long Labour Day celebrations.

The May 21 tribute by the Bharati Association is dedicated to the many workers who join their Bahraini brothers to build the Kingdom which Zain Bahrain will be supporting.

The event featured a lively music and dance programme and got the workers to participate in an interactive show that included games and plenty of prizes and good food. The programme took place in the Indian School and Chief Guest was Indian Ambassador Dr. George Joseph. “Zain Bahrain believes that much of its success with the Asian community is because of the strong emotional connection we have with our customers,” said Zain Bahrain’s Corporate Communications Manager, Samya Hussain. “Whether we work for their welfare through our CSR programmes or share their leisure activities with them, they are part of the wonderful world of Zain. These programmes and the many others which will follow are designed to reinforce Zain Bahrain’s presence in the lives of our Asian customers and share in their joys.”

We are delighted that a telecoms company like Zain Bahrain should reveal its generous heart by supporting the efforts of our organization to reach the workers in the community, said Bharati Association President Mohammed Husain Malim.

“The Zain Wonders campaign has touched all of us and brought an emotional freshness to our lives.”

Members and volunteers of the Bharati Association shared the evening with the workers from many smaller camps and the audience was regaled with an exciting and colorful package of Tamil and Hindi film songs and dances, games and prizes as well as a tasty and nutritious dinner.

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