LRMG hands over building materials to Nixon Hospital for the rehabilitation of 3 wards

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As part of its drive to changing life and living conditions for ordinary Sierra Leoneans across the country even in areas outside its operational areas, Leone Rock Metal Group (LRMG) has on the 28th April, handed over 507 cartoons of tiles, 5 dumpers of sand, 8 sets of washing hand basins,100 PVC corner stripes, 21 units doors, 21 cartoons glass windows, 8 sets WC ordinary, 29 boxes of florescent lights, 54 bundles of PVC ceilings, 30 buckets of paints and 490 Bags of cement to the Management and staff of the Nixon Hospital for the rehabilitation of 3 wards with Labour been paid for at full cost.

The landmark event was attended by the Chiefdom Speaker who represented the Paramount Chief, Section Chief, community stakeholders, the only doctor of the Nixon hospital, Lab Technicians, Managers and staff of the hospital, Engineers, Chiefdom cultural groups, the media, and representatives from LRMG.

Mr. Turay, Community and Security Manager – LRMG, in his declaration of purpose, pointed out that the project was part of the company’s corporate social responsibility in the health sector and noted that the essence of such demonstration was to make massive effort to strengthen Sierra Leone’s health sector in rural communities.

He said the project was timely for the people of Segbwema and other surrounding communities and one that comes at a tem when Sierra Leone is building preparedness against potential future waves of health deficiencies.

“We are proud as a company to be actively involved in such course.LRMG is a forward-thinking company; we believe in cooperation, we believe in sharing, and family-hood. We all know Segbwema is not within our concessional areas but it is in Sierra Leone and we pride ourselves in giving back to the people of this country because we care. This support is critical in making sure that Segbwema is fully prepared to prevent and respond to disease outbreak in a modernised and conducive environment while also ensuring continuity of essential services in the community and by extension the country,” he said.

Vanon Williams, Community Coordinator -LRMG spoke on why LRMG is rehabilitating the Nixon hospital and its significance to the people of Segbwema.

“Access to healthcare services is considered by the company as critical to good health and ideally, residents of Segbwema should be able to conveniently access such services hence the importance of this project. This hospital when rehabilitated will be an integral part of the healthcare system of this community for an overall physical, social, and mental health status, disease prevention, detection, diagnosis and treatment of illness, quality of life, avoiding preventable deaths and life expectancy”.

Receiving the materials, the management and staff of the Nixon Hospital said that they were extremely amazed by LRMG’s kind and thoughtful gesture.

One of the administrative heads narrated the many challenges residents were faced with in relation to healthcare accessibility and infrastructure.

“LRMG is indeed a thoughtful company; your response to the people of Segbwema with this project is a clear manifestation of how dedicated the company is to support the people of Sierra Leone. We are grateful as an institution and as a country to have a company like yours in Sierra Leone. Your presence is truly felt, thank you!”.

Representing the Paramount Chief, the Chiefdom Speaker, thanked LRMG for remembering their people and noted that it was rare to see mining companies engage in supporting health issues in the country and continued that he was very proud of LRMG and its management for breaking the glass ceilings always with their many sustainable projects across the country.

“LRMG is supporting every sector in the country, your love for sustainable developments is truly commendable and we are in support of your activities. We as local stakeholders in this community will give you all the support you need to accomplish this project, you are always welcomed and thanks very much,” he said.

Climaxing the event, Mr Turay on behalf of LRMG, handed over a cheque of NLE 155,264 which is 40% of the payment to the engineers for the rehabilitation of 3 wards at the hospital.

PR & Media Unit, LRMG

LRMG hands over building materials to Nixon Hospital for the rehabilitation of 3 wards

As part of its drive to changing life and living conditions for ordinary Sierra Leoneans across the country even in areas outside its operational areas, Leone Rock Metal Group (LRMG) has on the 28th April, handed over 507 cartoons of tiles, 5 dumpers of sand, 8 sets of washing hand basins,100 PVC corner stripes, 21 units doors, 21 cartoons glass windows, 8 sets WC ordinary, 29 boxes of florescent lights, 54 bundles of PVC ceilings, 30 buckets of paints and 490 Bags of cement to the Management and staff of the Nixon Hospital for the rehabilitation of 3 wards with Labour been paid for at full cost.

The landmark event was attended by the Chiefdom Speaker who represented the Paramount Chief, Section Chief, community stakeholders, the only doctor of the Nixon hospital, Lab Technicians, Managers and staff of the hospital, Engineers, Chiefdom cultural groups, the media, and representatives from LRMG.

Mr. Turay, Community and Security Manager – LRMG, in his declaration of purpose, pointed out that the project was part of the company’s corporate social responsibility in the health sector and noted that the essence of such demonstration was to make massive effort to strengthen Sierra Leone’s health sector in rural communities.

He said the project was timely for the people of Segbwema and other surrounding communities and one that comes at a tem when Sierra Leone is building preparedness against potential future waves of health deficiencies.

“We are proud as a company to be actively involved in such course.LRMG is a forward-thinking company; we believe in cooperation, we believe in sharing, and family-hood. We all know Segbwema is not within our concessional areas but it is in Sierra Leone and we pride ourselves in giving back to the people of this country because we care. This support is critical in making sure that Segbwema is fully prepared to prevent and respond to disease outbreak in a modernised and conducive environment while also ensuring continuity of essential services in the community and by extension the country,” he said.

Vanon Williams, Community Coordinator -LRMG spoke on why LRMG is rehabilitating the Nixon hospital and its significance to the people of Segbwema.

“Access to healthcare services is considered by the company as critical to good health and ideally, residents of Segbwema should be able to conveniently access such services hence the importance of this project. This hospital when rehabilitated will be an integral part of the healthcare system of this community for an overall physical, social, and mental health status, disease prevention, detection, diagnosis and treatment of illness, quality of life, avoiding preventable deaths and life expectancy”.

Receiving the materials, the management and staff of the Nixon Hospital said that they were extremely amazed by LRMG’s kind and thoughtful gesture.

One of the administrative heads narrated the many challenges residents were faced with in relation to healthcare accessibility and infrastructure.

“LRMG is indeed a thoughtful company; your response to the people of Segbwema with this project is a clear manifestation of how dedicated the company is to support the people of Sierra Leone. We are grateful as an institution and as a country to have a company like yours in Sierra Leone. Your presence is truly felt, thank you!”.

Representing the Paramount Chief, the Chiefdom Speaker, thanked LRMG for remembering their people and noted that it was rare to see mining companies engage in supporting health issues in the country and continued that he was very proud of LRMG and its management for breaking the glass ceilings always with their many sustainable projects across the country.

“LRMG is supporting every sector in the country, your love for sustainable developments is truly commendable and we are in support of your activities. We as local stakeholders in this community will give you all the support you need to accomplish this project, you are always welcomed and thanks very much,” he said.

Climaxing the event, Mr Turay on behalf of LRMG, handed over a cheque of NLE 155,264 which is 40% of the payment to the engineers for the rehabilitation of 3 wards at the hospital.

PR & Media Unit, LRMG

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