Zain launches campaign against child abuse

Telco to highlight this global issue and support children from the region
Scott Gegenheimer, Group CEO at Zain.
Scott Gegenheimer, Group CEO at Zain.

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 Zain Group has launched a campaign to raise awareness about the ills of child abuse.
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The company is looking to highlight this global issue and support children from the region, especially in those areas ravaged with conflict, to help them grow free from abuse.

Scott Gegenheimer, CEO at Zain Group said: “Zain is committed to the safety and well-being of the communities it serves. In an era where technology and telecommunications have the potential to significantly impact societies across the world, Zain recognizes the need to raise awareness so that the most vulnerable segments of society across the region are protected from abuse and exploitation.”

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