Student donates K2m equipment to Limbe Clinic in TNM’s [email protected] promotion
The community around Limbe Health Centre have become the most recent beneficiary of TNM’s life-changing [email protected] Promotion after receiving medical equipment through a TNM customer, Soche Hill Secondary School Form 3 student, Florence Khondiwa.
Florence, 16, is one of the 50 TNM customers that won a total of K100 million in the [email protected] promotion that TNM conducted in 2014 to celebrate with Malawians as the country commemorated 50 years of Independence. Each of the winners was required to choose a social responsibility project of choice worth K2 million, translating to K100 million.
Florence chose to buy K2 million worth of medical equipment comprising 25 mattresses, 25 bed sheets, 18 cellular blankets, one electronic baby scale, macintosh roll and 2 BP machines to help improve levels of service delivery at the clinic.
She thanked TNM for this initiative which has seen a lot of people benefiting from the community project component of Ufulu @ 50 Promotion. She hoped that the equipping of health centre will help reduce congestion at the Queen Elizabeth Central Hospital.
“On behalf of people from this community, let me commend TNM for this initiative which has not only benefit individuals but even the communities,” she said.
Blantyre District Health Officer Dr Medson Matchaya commended TNM for the initiative saying it will go a long way in addressing challenges that Limbe health centre was facing.
“Limbe health centre like any other public health facilities faces numerous challenges that government alone cannot address for this let me commend TNM for the promotion which really looks into the needs of community”he said
TNM’s Public Relations and Sponsorship Manager, Limbani Nsapato said the handover of the hospital equipment demonstrates company’s commitment in fulfilling its promises to customers in Blantyre and rest of the region.
“This is a life-changing promotion as prizes are going to worthy causes that will go a long way at community level. The current prize presentation phase demonstrates TNM’s commitment towards Corporate Social Responsibility and meeting its obligations under [email protected] promotion,” he said.
for the student to choose Limbe health centre is something special above all…Thanks TNM for giving that freedom..
Dr Matchaya and comment number 1 should have thanked the student first!
Good gesture by TNM. I like it.