Ok Tedi Mine donate ambulance

Ok Tedi landowners royalty investment trust has donated a new 10 seater vechicle to support health services delivery to Mine lease villages.
The new ambulance for the Tabubil hospital was presented to hospital management recently.More than 300 people from the mine villages were present.
The donation also included a K70, 000 one-off fund for a driver, plus fuel and service maintenance for the whole year.
The donation will support hospital operations. This demonstrates the landowners participation and involvement in health care of its community.
A memorandum of understanding was signed between the Ok Tedi landowners royalty investment trust chairman Joel Dangkim and chief executive officer Aubrey Desouza with Tabubil hospital administrator Margareth Samei and Ok Tedi deputy CEO general manager external relations Musje Werror.
Mr DeSouza said besides achieving the aims of the royalty trust to create long term value for the beneficiaries, the 10 villages around the mine, the board did feel it was an obligation to ensure community aspirations of village projects were delivered.
Mr Dangkim said the royalty trust was proud to partner with the hospital in providing this vital service to the community and requested the communities to follow the procedures of the hospital in operating the ambulance.


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