AEC praises the success of the Disabled Children Association's rehabilitation programs in 2021 and continues to support "Mubadarati" for 2022

25,000 functional therapy and 62,000 natural therapy sessions for children


RIYADH, December 8, 2021 – Advanced Electronics Company (AEC,) a Saudi Arabian Military Industries (SAMI) company, signed an agreement of cooperation with the Disabled Children's Association (DCA.)


The agreement comes as an of AEC's commitment to corporate social responsibility and support for the community's development. 


AEC's support of the "Mubadarati" program in 2021 helped more than 3,000 kids get access to rehabilitation services, and more than 1,000 children get psychological help. AEC and DCA had signed a similar agreement in 2020 as part of "Mubadarati" to enhance community services for children. The company had emphasized its commitment to providing the children with the best possible specialty services and world-class treatment and recovery.


The association's medical department is a vital component of the comprehensive rehabilitation program for children. The department has held more than 25,000 functional therapy sessions, as well as more than 62,000 natural therapy and more than 8,000 speech sessions.


"We are proud of the program's success," said Eng. Ziad Al-Musallam, Chief Executive Officer of AEC. "The company has been working with the association for 20 years and will continue to work with them in line with our CSR program, offering what they need to achieve the objectives of both sides." He underlined AEC's track record in CSR, with extensive support for DCA and many other charitable organizations and its sustainability efforts through humane, social, and environmental initiatives that help the advancement of society.


“Mubadarati” is an innovative DCA initiative that aims at greater involvement from individuals and organizations. The initiative covers therapeutic rehabilitation, education, and comprehensive specialized care. The program provides therapeutic, educational, and rehabilitative services to more than 4,000 children across 11 centers nationwide.