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Saturday 12 October 2019

Housing Bank Renews Annual Support to King Hussein Cancer Foundation


The meeting was also attended by Mr. Ammar Al-Safadi, CEO of the Housing Bank, and Mrs. Nisreen Qatamish, Director General of the King Hussein Cancer Foundation, as well as a number of senior officials from both parties.

The two parties had previously signed a partnership agreement for 2019-2020, under which the Housing Bank will provide support to a number of programs and campaigns of the King Hussein Cancer Foundation, most notably the annual breast cancer awareness campaign, and the national breast cancer media competition aimed at raising public awareness about breast cancer in Jordan. The Housing Bank will also be the sponsor of the SIWAR Volunteer Program and the Private School Football Championship. 

Mrs. Nisreen Qatamish praised the Housing Bank's role in supporting King Hussein Cancer Foundation and Center over the years. "We appreciate the Housing Bank's continued support, and believe this partnership will play a significant role in helping us to support our patients and raise awareness more widely. As our responsibilities increase, so does our need for the support of partners who can help us fulfil our mission to provide comprehensive care to our patients with the highest standards of excellence," Qatamish said.

Mr. Ammar Al-Safadi expressed his pride in the Housing Bank's continued support for the King Hussein Cancer Foundation. "The Housing Bank believes in the noble mission of the King Hussein Cancer Foundation, and will continue to support it in its mission to provide comprehensive care to its patients with the highest standards of excellence, as well as increase public awareness of cancer symptoms, early prevention and treatment," Al-Safadi commented.

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