Foundation receives K20,000 from BSP to help programme


THE Bank South Pacific has given K20,000 to the PNG Cancer Foundation to support its Trupela Man Outreach Prevention and Education Programme.
The bank said the money should help the foundation conduct the first phase of the programme targeting men on cancer prevention and early detection.
BSP corporate sponsorship manager Amelia Minnopu said the “community-oriented bank” was pleased to support the work of the foundation.
“As it coincides with the bank’s key community project initiatives based on health and education. We believe in providing through education and health to enhance the wellbeing of the communities that we operate in,” she said.
Foundation executive manager Priscillar Napoleon thanked BSP for the support.
“The Trupela Man Outreach Prevention and Education Programme is new and designed to provide education focused on men’s cancers,” she said.
“It will be an equally important tool to start the conversation on men’s health awareness among the male population in PNG.”