Kempinski Hotel Ajman supports the fight against tuberculosis

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Kempinski Hotel Ajman joined efforts along with the in-house guests to organise several activities on World Tuberculosis Day to spread awareness about Tuberculosis, the second leading cause of death, amongst all infectious diseases worldwide. The similar supportive event is being held for the third continuous year and is highly appreciated by hotel’s in-house guests. At 10:00 am in the morning on 24th March, associates of all departments gathered on the private beach of the hotel and wrote in big letters “STOP TB” on the sand, involving the in-house guests and informing them about the importance of the togetherness.

An awareness event was held as well at the staff cafeteria for the hoteliers and an information desk was set up in the lobby of the hotel.

“For Kempinski, as an international organisation, it is very important to take action and support such initiatives, as we have a wide reach to people. Kempinski is part of the BE Health Association and to date, Kempinski has dedicated over half a million Euro demonstrating its commitment to BE’s mission, that’s goal is to spread health by facilitating the prevention, detection and treatment of infectious diseases, in particular HIV/Aids, Tuberculosis, and Malaria.” We need to consider that before the end of today nearly 4000 people will die of Tuberculosis and nearly three people every minute pass away because of it,” said Kai Schukowski, General Manager of Kempinski Hotel Ajman.”

This act is thought to be very important considering the facts about Tuberculosis worldwide. In the entire history of humankind, tuberculosis has killed more people than any other disease. Almost all cases of TB are located in low- and middle- income countries. According to the World Bank, interventions to prevent and control TB are among the most cost effective health interventions today and can have a direct effect on poverty and sustainable development.

About Kempinski:

Created in 1897, Kempinski Hotels is Europe’s oldest luxury hotel group. Kempinski’s rich heritage of impeccable personal service and superb hospitality is complemented by the exclusivity and individuality of its properties. Kempinski now manages a portfolio of 72 five-star hotels in 31 countries and continues to add new properties in Europe, the Middle East, Africa and Asia. Each one reflects the strength and success of the Kempinski brand without losing sight of its heritage. The portfolio comprises historic landmark properties, award-winning urban lifestyle hotels, outstanding resorts and prestigious residences. Each one is imbued with the quality guests have come to expect from Kempinski, while embracing the cultural traditions of its location. Kempinski is a founding member of the Global Hotel Alliance (GHA), the world’s largest alliance of independent hotel brands.

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