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National Police receives aid for COVID-19 from NagaWorld Kind Hearts

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NagaWorld Managing Director Mr. Pern Chen hands over personal protective equipment to the General Commissariat of National Police.

NagaWorld Kind Hearts, the corporate social responsibility arm (CSR) of NagaWorld, made another important contribution towards Cambodia’s fight against COVID-19 by donating 10,000 face masks, 1,000 bottles of hand sanitiser and 180 litres of sanitising alcohol to the General Commissariat of National Police.

 

NagaWorld’s Managing Director Mr. Pern Chen said, “As a responsible corporate citizen, NagaWorld is playing its part by donating these supplies to the National Police to be used by their officers as well as community members who need them most. By working together and ensuring everyone gets the protection they need, we can make a difference in the ongoing battle to keep our communities safe.”

NagaWorld Kind Hearts has donated a total of 30,000 face masks, 3,000 bottles of hand sanitiser and 540 litres of sanitising alcohol to help fight COVID-19 in Cambodia.

Major General Mr. Chea Sondab received the donation of personal protective equipment on behalf of His Excellency Lor Soleing, Deputy Commissioner General of National Police. “We are extremely grateful for this generous assistance from NagaWorld Kind Hearts. The global pandemic has affected all aspects of society, and we welcome all support from the private sector as we help to protect the communities we serve.”

Major General Mr. Chea Sondab learns about recent CSR activities conducted by NagaWorld Kind Hearts for the benefit of local communities.

During the ceremony, Mr. Pern Chen also shared with the Major General and his team NagaWorld Kind Heart’s quarterly newsletter, which highlights their ongoing CSR activities conducted over recent months and the pandemic period. This latest aid brings their total donations to 30,000 face masks, 3,000 bottles of hand sanitiser and 540 litres of sanitising alcohol, having made earlier donations to the Ministry of Education, Youth and Sport and City Hall.

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