LibraryAwards & RecognitionsDaman wins 6 distinguished awards from Nafis programme

Daman wins 6 distinguished awards from Nafis programme

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Abu Dhabi, UAE- May 2024- The National Health Insurance Company – Daman has announced that it has won six awards from the Emirati Talent Competitiveness Council (NAFIS) programme’s 2023-2024 edition. The success reflects the company’s commitment to supporting the goals of Emiratisation, developing national human resources and talents, as well as showing how Daman is empowered to consolidate the UAE’s leading position and competitiveness in various fields.

Of particular note, Daman took first place among major establishments in the insurance sector, in recognition of its distinguished efforts in achieving Emiratisation goals. The company also received the Diamond Category Award for its exceptional efforts made to empower Emirati talents and increase their job efficiency, and Daman’s staff were named among the top three in the individual’s category for insurance, supervisory, and administrative positions.

Khalid Ateeq Al Dhaheri, CEO of Daman, said: “We are proud to have received these awards, which constitute a distinguished addition to the Company’s list of achievements. These awards reflect our firm commitment to empowering national talents in the healthcare sector.”

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Commenting on Daman’s success, Rashed Al Qubaisi, Group Chief Operating Officer, PureHealth, said: “We are thrilled by Daman’s recognition with these six accolades, which highlight our unwavering dedication to nurturing Emirati talents across PureHealth and its subsidiaries. These awards testify to our commitment to empowering local talents, enhancing the UAE healthcare sector’s competitiveness, and ultimately serving our communities.”

The NAFIS award is an annual initiative launched under the patronage and guidance of His Highness Sheikh Mansour bin Zayed Al Nahyan, UAE Vice President, Deputy Prime Minister, The Chairman of the Presidential Court, and Chairman of the Emirati Talent Competitiveness Council, which is integrated with the Nafis programme.

The initiative was launched as part of the ‘Projects of the 50’ agenda in 2021, with the aim of realising the UAE Vision 2071. It does so by highlighting distinguished models of citizens working in the private sector, as well as by encouraging Emirati talents to contribute to improving the competitiveness of the job market. It also aims to attract young people to work in the private sector as a primary option post-graduation.

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