Cheshire Homes gets TV sets

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A LOCKSMITH company has donated two television sets to a a disability centre in Port Moresby.
Ruswin Integrated Solutions gave the television sets to the Cheshire Disabilty Services in Hohola yesterday.
Company acting general manager Kevin Buckby, during the presentation, said Ruswin’s involvement with Cheshire started with his wife cooking and him delivering food to the centre and it was during those visits that he noted that their TV set was not working and he decided to do something about it.
“With Ruswin now supplying corporate audio visual products, which included Samsung’s commercial range of screens as well as IPTV solutions, we saw the opportunity to support Cheshire Homes and we are happy and honoured to be able to assist in this instance,” Buckby said.
He said Ruswin had always supported those in need over its 24 years in the country.
Buckby called for more focus to be put on the centre and its work with people living with disability, which was important as these individuals needed specialised care which their families and State services could not give.
“Facilities here are run down and needs everybody’s help in Papua New Guinea.
“It is up to us to help in whatever way we can,” he said.
Cheshire manager Benard Ayeioko thanked Ruswin for the support and said such gesture of support meant a lot to them.

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