KHCF Signs Agreement with Aqaba Container Terminal (ACT)

The King Hussein Cancer Foundation (KHCF), represented by its Director General, Mrs. Nisreen Qatamish, has signed an agreement with Aqaba Container Terminal (ACT), represented by its CEO, Mr. Harald Nijhof.

KHCF recognized ACT for its contribution to naming the endoscopy unit at the King Hussein Cancer Center (KHCC), King Abdullah II building in Aqaba. This initiative is part of ACT’s corporate social responsibility program aimed at supporting healthcare infrastructure.

During a tour of KHCC, Mrs. Qatamish welcomed Mr. Nijhof and expressed her profound appreciation for ACT’s continuous support. She highlighted how ACT's contributions are instrumental in enhancing the medical services offered to cancer patients in the southern governorates of Jordan. This collaboration reflects a shared commitment to improving health outcomes and offering hope to cancer patients across the region.

Mr. Nijhof remarked, "At Aqaba Container Terminal, we believe in the transformative mission of the King Hussein Cancer Foundation. Our partnership in naming the endoscopy unit at the King Hussein Cancer Center underscores our commitment to enhancing medical services for cancer patients in southern Jordan. We are honored to support KHCF in their efforts to provide top-quality care and hope to those in need."