Humanitarian AidQNET Reaches Out to Those in Need, from Cairo to Turkey

QNET Reaches Out to Those in Need, from Cairo to Turkey

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Dubai- December 2023- As 2023 draws to a close, QNET, the leading lifestyle and wellness company, has pledged to continue its healthy commitment to Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) throughout 2024. The past year saw QNET make significant progress in education, sustainability, community support, and disaster relief, leaving a lasting impact on communities worldwide.

Recognizing the importance of education, QNET launched the QLearn K-12 curriculum, bridging the digital learning gap during school closures. Additionally, the introduction of the EDG3 Plus supplement promoted holistic health and well-being.

Clasping environmental consciousness, QNET introduced eco-friendly products like the OMNI watches crafted from recycled materials and the HomePure Nova Pi-Plus water filtration system, perfectly blending luxury with sustainability. QNET’s commitment to a cleaner planet was further emphasized at Cairo Water Week 2023, where they presented the HomePure Nova Pi-Plus and highlighted sustainable water solutions.

QNET extended its helping hand to communities in need, donating to the El-Shorbagy Dialysis Centre in Cairo and the AMAL Association for Children with special needs in Morocco. Partnering with VeryNile, they actively contributed to Nile River conservation and plastic waste reduction, demonstrating a dedication to environmental stewardship and community empowerment.

Malou Caluza, QNET Deputy Chairperson, remarked, “As we commemorate our 25th anniversary, we cast our eyes forward to a future filled with promise and potential. With our commitment to innovation, sustainability, and global community-building, we look forward to the next chapter of impacting lives positively and promoting holistic wellness as we continue this remarkable journey together.”

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QNET’s Ramadan Giving Program extended across 50 countries, touching lives through Suhoor events in the UAE and contributions to the “1 Billion Meals” initiative. In Pakistan, their continued sponsorship of the Indus Hospital ensured essential healthcare services reached underserved communities.

Furthermore, The 2023 CSR journey of QNET is evidence of the ability of empathy and accountability to bring about constructive change. Their relentless commitment to creating a better world for future generations is an inspiration to all of us as they enter 2024.

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