Taha Calls on Youth to Hold Social Responsibility High
Khartoum - Ali Osman Mohamed Taha, First Vice-President, called on youth organizations to serve the religion, people and stay away from getting stuck in political mud. Speaking to a gathering organized by Mujadidoon Organization and Zain Sudan to exalt the values social responsibility yesterday at the Friendship Hall, Taha said that youth activities towards the society should be sustainable not seasonal.
The vice president was amazed at the youth rush for reviving holy jihad and martyrdom without being mobilized by any official party or institution. He hailed the role of companies and institution competing to provide high modal of health care for their beneficiaries.
Lieutenant General Al-Fateh Urwa, delegate member to Zain said the company is part of this society and integral component of social structure, adding that is one of major institutions injecting blood into Sudan’s economy. He said that – besides its social role – Zain has strategy for playing additional role dictated by the religion and social conventions as well as shareholders. The company’s services to education, health and environmental sanitation are ongoing across all states of Sudan. “Zain has so for donated 50,000 school uniforms to Sudanese pupils and seated around 10,000. Urwa renewed his support to Mujadidoon Youth Group to feed more than 3,000 pupils this year as was the case last year.
The general manager of Mujadidoon Faris Anur said they would supply breakfasts to 140,000 pupils. He called for distancing official work in this field, describing as risky to social work. He urged all civil society organizations to support the project so it becomes sustainable.
By Mohamed Babikir, 20/07/2012