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NRH receives medical supplies & essential items from Rotary Club of Honiara

(Left-Right) Peter English Iroga, Kristalee Horoto and Barbara Pwaisiho receiving the donation on behalf of the National Referral Hospital from the Rotary Club of Honiara President Mr. Lawrence Oliver Fatiaki
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The National Referral Hospital is grateful for the donation of medical supplies and essential items from the Rotary Club of Honiara early this month.

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The donated items include hospital beds, mattresses for hospital beds, mattresses for hospital trolleys, linen, medical supplies, birthing kits, emergency stretchers, and baby birthing bundles.

The National Referral Hospital Management is very much appreciative of the timely donations.

“We are grateful and overwhelmed for the timely donations, our wards are currently undergoing renovation to ensure our patients, staff and relatives live and work in a clean environment. On behalf of the management, we thank the Rotary Club of Honiara for their continuous to NRH,

This donation will ensure patients who seek medical care and treatment at NRH receive quality healthcare services. Thank you again Rotary Club of Honiara and blessed be the hearts of those who have donated these supplies” a statement from the NRH management says.

Meanwhile, Rotary Club of Honiara President, Mr. Lawrence Oliver Fatiaki said, the Rotary Club of Honiara was delighted to provide the National Referral Hospital with numerous donated health, and medical items to help with their invaluable work.

“These items are generously donated to the Rotary Australia World Community Service (RAWCS) Rotary Australia Repurposed Equipment (RARE) Northern Region warehouse by various individuals, Rotary Clubs, and other organisations in Australia. The shipment of the items was made possible under a collaboration between RAWCS RARE Northen Region, Rotary Club of Honiara, Rotaract Club of Honiara, and BJS Agencies Limited,” said Mr. Fatiaki.

He further explained the Rotary motto is “Service Above Self”, and the Rotary Club of Honiara is proud to be able to serve the people, and communities of the Solomon Islands.

The Club meets on most Tuesdays from 6pm at the Heritage Park Hotel, and welcomes all, including those keen to assist with the work of the Club. You can connect with the Club via their  Facebook page https://www.facebook.com/RotaryClubOfHoniara, and email address [email protected].

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