ExxonMobil PNG donates mosquito nets

To commemorate World Malaria Day, ExxonMobil PNG donated 2500 treated mosquito nets to the North Fly Health Services Development Program in Western Province to distribute to the communities.

ExxonMobil assisted the program and its partners in rolling out its weeklong awareness program which took place in the township of Kiunga to mark World Malaria Day.

ExxonMobil PNG’s expansion project community affairs field coordinator, Dylan Soondrawu when handing over the treated mosquito nets highlighted the positive impact that mosquito nets will have on vulnerable women and children in malaria prone high risk areas.

The North Fly Health Services Development Program (NFHSDP) is a community health program working in partnership with existing health providers, Marie Stopes, Catholic Health Services, Kiunga Hospital, North Fly District Health Services and EC PNG Health Services to improve the health of people in North Fly District, Western Province.

ExxonMobil PNG also commemorated the day by hosting an awareness session for its employees at its head office and supported the surrounding communities near the LNG Plant Site with its awareness program.


Picture supplied by North Fly Health Services Development Program

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