The ConocoPhillips Qatar portfolio of Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) initiatives is robust and varied and we pride ourselves on being a responsible citizen in the communities where our employees and stakeholders live and work and Qatar is no exception.
We socially invest in Qatar through charitable contributions, community engagement, volunteerism, sponsorships and civic leadership. Our investments are focused primarily on three pillars: Education, Health & Safety, and Natural Resources.
Our signature CSR initiative in Qatar is “Kulluna”, which visibly promotes our SPIRIT values of safety, responsibility and people. The campaign is rolled out through national media awareness campaigns, interactive public road shows and school events, in partnership with Hamad Medical Corporation (HMC). Kulluna is a 5-year national health and safety awareness campaign that raises awareness on preventable injuries and illnesses with the aim to improve health and wellbeing. In partnership with Safe Kids Worldwide, Kulluna kicked off with a targeted child safety campaign titled “Keep us Safe!” focusing on the prevention of unintentional injuries to children at home, on the road, around water and in public places. The second phase saw the launch of the ‘Kulluna for a Healthy Heart’ campaign as a measure to combat and decrease cardiovascular diseases in Qatar reaching out to more than 100,000 residents and administering over 300,000 medical tests. Most recently, Kulluna launched the “Beat the Heat!" campaign which reached out to over 30,000 workers teaching them about how to stay safe in the summer heat and identify heat stress warning signs.
The ConocoPhillips Global Water Sustainability Center (GWSC) based at Qatar Science and Technology Park also performs a strong CSR role through its program of school visits, which raise awareness on water conservation among students. GWSC has opened its doors to more than 2500 students from all over Doha who left the center having learned about water resources and how they can make a difference in water conservation.