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Petroleum Importers Limited donates to Nsanje Hospital

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Petroleum Importers Limited (PIL) on Thursday donated medical equipment worth K5 million to Nsanje District Hospital.

The items include an oxygen concentrator, suction machine, ICU monitor machine, medical saws, oxygen masks, pop cutter manual, pop electric cutter and sterilising drums.

PIL General Manager, Enwell Kadango, said health and education sectors are key focus areas in the firm’s 2018 corporate social responsibilityprogramme.

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“PIL is committed to collaborating with government in improving and promoting the health and well-being of the people of Malawi and the company will continue to support the health and education sectors,” he said.

Kadango said the company is pleased to collaborate with the government in improving healthcare service in the country through donation of medical supplies to health facilities across the country.

“We are cognisant of the fact that government is doing all it can to achieve its goals but, due to lack of adequate resources, the country is facing a lot of challenges; hence the need for other players to come in for the country to achieve its development goals ,” he said

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Nsanje District Hospital Medical Officer, Alphonsina Ndembera, thanked PIL for the assistance, saying the items donated will go a long way in improving service delivery.

“I would like to thank PIL for this timely donation which will go a long way in improving the delivery of quality health services to our clients. The importance of these items to the delivery of our services cannot be overemphasised,” Ndembera said.

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