K80,000 for animal hospital

The National Gaming Control Board (NGCB) has shown its ongoing support toward the plight of animals in Papua New Guinea by putting a grant of K80,000 toward the RSPCA’s new hospital building.

Acting director of the NGCB’s Community Benefit Fund (CBF), Raylene Kurua, said the fund has helped many community-based projects and they are pleased to continue to support the work of the RSPCA of PNG. 

Administration manager of the RSPCA, Johnny Kasom, when accepting the grant, thanked the NGCB for recognising the NGO’s efforts in addressing issues that affect the welfare and wellbeing of animals in Papua New Guinea.

(Training vet nurse, Wilma Tanabi, with acting director of the National Gaming Control Board’s Community Benefit Fund, Raylene Kurua, holding onto a cute 2-month-old puppy)






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