Stimulate innovation as it is committed to a positive and active role within Kuwaiti society
Tamdeen Group’s CSR efforts stimulate innovation as it is committed to a positive and active role within Kuwaiti society, in recognition of the importance of the private sector’s role and its responsibility towards the public good and the sustainable development goals of the nation through the Social Responsibility Policy that has been developed to ensure that the Group contributes to the sustainable development of the society.
Aiming to foster and support the abilities and talents of Kuwait’s future generations, we encourage the youth to adopt a culture of voluntarism in specialized fields.
Tamdeen Group is a keen contributor and initiator of various social responsibility activities, especially Kuwait’s cultural heritage activities.
The Kuwait Tennis Federation, affiliated with The Public Authority of Kuwait, has been elevating Kuwait’s position as a leading destination for professional tennis players since its inception. The headquarter building is located in the Sheikh Jaber Al Abdullah Al Jaber complex, within 360’s newest expansion. Tamdeen Group funded the project and spearheaded the interior design process by furnishing the entire space and implementing modern facilities throughout the new establishment.
The Aw lad Amer folk band is one of the most renowned traditional Kuwaiti folk music bands, which has been performing various Khaliji musical arts, most notably particularly Ardha, since the era of Sheikh Mubarak Al-Sabah to this day. The band’s headquarter in South Sabahiya, which was inaugurated in 2009 under the patronage of the band’s honorary president, by His Excellency Sheikh Jaber Abdullah Al Jaber Al Sabah, was designed and built by Tamdeen Group.
SoMu, an abbreviation of South Mubarkiya, is a Kuwaiti youth concept that combines Kuwaiti heritage with modern design. The regeneration of an area that enjoys a strategic location in Kuwait City close to Souk Al-Gharabally and Souk Al Safafeer that dates back to the 19th Century is a collaboration between Tamdeen Group, Kuwaiti Municipality and other developers. Given a new lease of life through this forward-thinking cooperation, SoMu is now a vibrant destination surrounded with water fountains, tree-lined walkways and attractive lighting. It’s range of shops, restaurants and cafes are a big draw for Kuwait’s urban youth.
Salem Al Mubarak Street, in Salmiya, extends from Harun Al Rashid Street to Ras Al Salmiya and from Hamad Al Mubarak Street to the Arabian Gulf Street, and is one of the most bustling shopping streets in Kuwait. Tamdeen Group, in cooperation with the Municipal Council, and other private sector companies, has conducted a study to assess development of Salem Al Mubarak Street and the surrounding areas.
Tamdeen Group collaborated with public sector entity Diwan Al Amiri on a project to rehabilitate the staircase opposite Al Seif Palace adjacent to the Arabian Gulf Street, a youth initiative to improve the aesthetic elements of public areas to match the urban development in the country, while maintaining its history.
Tamdeen Group partnered with Kuwait Municipality and other developers in a joint venture to regenerate the Watiya coastal area, with the design, parks and improved urban areas.