ENB through partnership with Digicel Foundation sees delivery of mobile clinic, two rural schools


A MOBILE clinic and two rural schools have been developed in Pomio, East New Britain through a partnership with the Digicel Foundation this year.
Pomio MP Elias Kapavore, thanked the foundation for providing health and education service in rural areas.
“With the limited budget from the government, we are happy to have partnered with Digicel Foundation in bringing development to health and education with a funding of K340,000 this year,” he said.
“I am happy with the ambulance (mobile clinic) that was delivered a few months ago because it would be assisting people since it is fully equipped with medical and emergency aid and staff. It can move to wherever the patients are,” he said.
“For our development plans in Pomio, I hope to achieve it with partners like this.
“I thank Digicel Foundation for being a partner in delivering service to people in the rural areas this year.”
Digicel Foundation chief executive Beatrice Mahunu said they were happy to assist with the projects.
“The great thing about Digicel foundation is that we are not here to make a profit but to aid development and provide services in the rural areas,” she said.