PNG KUMUL Consolidated Holdings Ltd (KCH) has given K1 million to St John Ambulance PNG to help with its operations.
KCH acting managing director David Kavanamur said at the presentation on Monday that this was part of the company’s corporate social responsibility. “This handing over of the cheque for K1 million to St John Ambulance is for an important service institution that’s part of the social fabric of the country,” he said.
“This contribution goes back to about 2020, during the outbreak of the Covid-19 (Coronavirus), KCH, as part of its community service obligation, decided that we would contribute to St John to support its work.
“We’ve been advised that there has been an increase in the Covid-19 cases.
“We hope that this contribution that we make goes a long way to assisting you in helping our community.”
St John Ambulance PNG director of operations logistics Monni Cross said the service appreciated the ongoing support from KHC.
Cross said the funding was timely and thanked KHC, DataCo and the Government for their support.
“There is a growing number of cases, from the fourth wave at the moment and this funding will also support our ongoing response,” he said.
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