Namariq Residency — a jewel in the heart of KAEC

The launch of the Namariq project took place recently.
Updated 06 February 2018

Namariq Residency — a jewel in the heart of KAEC

With the launch of its second accommodation complex in Saudi Arabia, Namariq has set the benchmark in the accommodation sector with its quality construction, state-of-the-art facilities and professional workforce.
Housed in the heart of the thriving King Abdullah Economic City, the Namariq project reflects a progressive spirit, which is in line with the Kingdom’s Vision 2030 toward a bright future.
The launch took place on Jan. 31, and was graced with the presence of VIPs, key businessmen and top executives from leading domestic and international companies, along with Ahmad Linjawi, deputy CEO of Emaar, and Abdul Aziz Al-Mohaimeedm, Emaar’s director general, real estate, municipality and urban planning.
The new Namariq Residency complex in KAEC is thoroughly designed and developed to house and serve employees and workers from all sectors with a single-minded vision — to provide better living to its inhabitants so that they are geared-up to deliver their jobs with optimum productivity.
CEO of Namariq, Hussein Hamed Fayez, said: “Namariq is focused and determined to develop a facility that reflects the industry’s best standards coupled with distinctive services.
The core is to have an accommodation facility for workers and employees from various walks of professions and provide them with a quality-led comfortable living. The company is geared-up to extend its hospitality services on large scale with a motive of becoming the most trusted name in the business.”
The vice president of King Abdullah Economic City, Ahmed Linjawi, described Namariq Residency as a true “jewel” in the heart of KAEC. He appreciated the overall concept and execution of the project with a special mention of the fact that quality is what has impressed him, and he believes that it is a very valuable investment that Namariq has made in KAEC.
The Namariq Residency at KAEC has an impressive capacity of accommodating more than 3,084 residents in the first phase. The facilities include a dining hall, housekeeping, laundry services, indoor and outdoor recreation, coffee shop, commercial shops, mosque, and a first aid clinic.


STC launches SR100m health care initiative

Updated 05 April 2020

STC launches SR100m health care initiative

The Saudi Telecom Company (STC) has doubled the operational efficiency and awareness outreach of 22 of its health care centers, which were established over the past few years across Saudi Arabia. The initiative is valued at SR100 million ($26.7 million) and is part of the telecom giant’s partnership with the Ministry of Health, aimed at preventing the spread of the COVID-19 disease, as well as its commitment to long-lasting social initiatives.
Having been constructed and equipped by the STC, the 22 health care centers provide services to more than 5 million beneficiaries and patients since their launch. STC aims to increase the efficiency of the centers’ infrastructure by enabling digital services, such as advanced cloud computing-based health services and other digital solutions that the company provides to medical centers and hospitals affiliated with the Ministry of Health.

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22 - health care centers established and equipped by the STC provide services to more than 5 million beneficiaries and patients.

“Such solutions are of great medical value across the world, especially when it comes to 5G-linked micro-procedures. They further support existing services, such as the medical imaging platform PAX and medical imaging technology EMI, as they connect the largest possible number of hospitals to the cloud. For instance, they make it possible for the closest available expert to analyze images and provide a diagnosis. These solutions will be used in dozens of hospitals across the Kingdom to improve the efficiency of the services they provide to their patients,” a statement said.
Additionally, STC and the Ministry of Health are working on raising awareness among the public on how to prevent the spread of coronavirus as part of a joint campaign launched across digital and traditional media outlets. More than 1.7 billion messages have been sent over the past six weeks in 10 languages. Similar campaigns have been simultaneously launched in Kuwait and Bahrain led by STC affiliates in the two countries.
STC offers a variety of ICT solutions and digital services in several categories including telecommunications, IT, financial technology, digital media, cybersecurity, and other advanced digital solutions, enabling digital transformation nationally and regionally.