DKSH Cambodia donates important COVID-19 prevention materials and essential medical supplies to hospitals June 09, 2021


			
				DKSH Cambodia donates important COVID-19 prevention materials and essential medical supplies to hospitals

DKSH has supported hospitals in Phnom Penh in need of proper prevention measures and better health assessment to protect against COVID-19.

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DKSH Cambodia donates important COVID-19 prevention materials and essential medical supplies to hospitals

DKSH has supported hospitals in Phnom Penh in need of proper prevention measures and better health assessment to protect against COVID-19.

Phnom Penh, June 9, 2021 – DKSH Cambodia has donated essential equipment, such as hand sanitizers, face masks and other medical supplies, to three hospitals to support them in the battle against COVID-19. The donation was presented in the three different locations in the presence of the respective directors and assistants of Khmer Soveit Friendship Hospital, National Pediatric hospital and Kantha Bopha Hospital as well as the DKSH Cambodia team.

 

In the current situation, healthcare professionals are playing a critical role in fighting against COVID-19 and in delivering high-quality healthcare services to the local community. As a Swiss company deeply rooted in Asia for more than 150 years, being a responsible corporate citizen and having a strong commitment to the local communities has always been part of the DKSH mindset.

 

Today, DKSH is one of Cambodia’s leading Market Expansion Services provider and as such, the trusted partner for companies looking to grow their business in the market. We take this opportunity to offer these important materials to support the healthcare professionals who are working day and night to overcome the COVID-19 challenge in the market. The objective of this donation is to support frontline healthcare professionals to stay safe and healthy and hospitals to have high-quality medicines to serve the local community.

 

Sandeep Tewari, Vice President Healthcare of DKSH Cambodia & Laos, said: “We sincerely thank all of the doctors, nurses and assistants who do their utmost to overcome these challenging times and hope our contribution will support them with their task. I would also like to express my appreciation for the DKSH team for its continuous commitment to keeping our operations running and delivering essential goods – in line with our purpose of enriching people’s lives. I wish everyone to stay safe and healthy.”

 

The hospital directors also presented DKSH Cambodia with its “Certificate of Appreciation” for this contribution.