ZAMBIAN Breweries together with Lafarge Zambia have donated medical supplies worth K100,000 to Tubalange Mini-Hospital in Chilanga from funds raised from the Mosi Vibes At Home online party, which the two organisations partnered on.
The donation is part of the ties cemented between Zambia’s largest brewing company and the country’s largest cement producer aimed at fighting COVID-19 at community level to safeguard a healthy nation.
“We are delighted that coming together with Lafarge Zambia to fight COVID-19 is already brewing success, and we are indeed not just building better cities, but making a better world for all,” said Zambian Breweries country director Jose Moran, speaking on Monday (June 22,) when he handed over the medical supplies to the Chilanga-based COVID-19 quarantine centre.
Lafarge Chief Executive Officer Jimmy Khan said health and safety is Lafarge’s core value, thus the health and safety of our communities was of great importance to the company.
“Lafarge Zambia will continue to be innovative and create partnerships with other major players in the economy, to raise funds to fight the Covid-19 pandemic in the country.” said Lafarge Zambia Chief Executive Officer Mr Jimmy Khan, speaking on Monday when he handed over the medical supplies to the Chilanga based COVID-19 quarantine centre Tubalange Mini-Hospital.