TNM partners with Malawi champions KB in Corporate Social Responsibility initiative: Donate to Dowa District Hospital

As one way of celebrating the success of a 10-year long football sponsorship and the 2016 season with fans, elite league sponsors TNM, in partnership with the newly crowned 2016 champions Kamuzu Barracks (KB) will on Friday ( January 20,2017) donate medical equipment worth K3 million to Dowa District Hospital.

Mphepo: Corporate Social Responsibility

TNM’s Senior Manager ( Public Relations ) Akossa Mphepo said all is set for the champions to undertake  the Corporate Social Responsibility Investment as it  IS the  company’s wish to always be with people.

“This is a Corporate Social Investment to the Dowa community through the game of football, to which a lot of Malawians can relate. As is customary, we gave KB the opportunity to select their focus area of choice and they proposed Dowa District Hospital’, said Mphepo.

Mphepo further stated that in addition to donating medical equipment, the champions will interact with the patients, to give them hope and lift their spirits.

She commended people for the support they rendered to the league in the past 10 years which has contributed to the improvement of football standards in the country

“I would like to thank the twelfth player in the game of football who happens to be the supporter. We have noticed tremendous improvement in the discipline of the fans. Added to that, an increase in revenue collection in the just ended season shows that the games had very good patronage’, she said.

Other health facilities that have benefited from similar donation includes Holy Family mission hospital in Phalombe and  Zomba Central hospital where 2014 and 2015 champions Nyasa Big Bullets donated medical  equipment and other assorted items,



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Ken Phiri
7 years ago

Anyone with Akossa Mphepo number? I want to report network problem.

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