City Pharmacy Limited (CPL)

USAID and CPL Launch Pilot Program

This program aims to enhance waste management systems at CPL Group facilities by promoting sustainable 3R (reduce, reuse, recycle) practices among CPL Group staff and the Port Moresby community.

BbP celebrates graduates

The event was graced by notable figures including Chairperson Anna Bais, deputy chair Ruby Kerepa, Treasurer Michelle Hauofa, CPL Group Marketing Manager Christopher Lam, City Pharmacy Marketing manager Momo Carol Ako, and CPL Foundation Project Coordinator Regil Wanwanji.

Commencing with opening prayers, the ceremony took a delightful turn when 5-year-old Miss Cecilia Baia captivated the audience by reading a Buk bilong Pikinini-published reader titled “My Village: Tatana Island.”

Cyber Sawe PNG Training

This initiative reflects CPL Foundation's commitment to enhancing education and empowerment opportunities for women and girls in Papua New Guinea. The Cyber Sawe PNG program aims to expand the knowledge of computer technology and online safety practices, particularly among young girls, using mobile phones and computers.

The one-day workshop, held on May 14th, witnessed the participation of over 30 young individuals aged 7 to 16. They engaged in various educational sessions covering topics such as Cybergames, Physical Security, Digital Traces, Cyber Safety, and Coding. 

CPL expands in health access

The third City Pharmacy branch in the Morobean Capital, this new addition is located conveniently in the busy suburb of Eriku alongside existing branches in Top Town and Market.

The opening of this new branch reinforces CPL's commitment to providing affordable and high-quality healthcare and retail services to the people of Morobe and Papua New Guinea.

The grand opening of City Pharmacy Eriku was marked by a traditional singsing group led by CPL founder Sir Mahesh Patel, Morobe Provincial Health Authority (PHA) Chairman David Wissink, and CPL staff.

Making female inmates count

Over 40 of them received free health checks and essential hygiene and sanitary kits from City Pharmacy Limited (CPL).

CPL staff visited the incarcerated women on March 8. Three infants and female wardens were gifted hygiene kits as well.

This initiative is in line with CPL's ongoing mission to recognize and support the marginalized, and ensure that all women and girls have access to fundamental health and hygiene resources.

Junior Tennis tourney attracts 50 youngsters

The event attracted over 50 juniors who participated in various levels, with a team from Lae also traveling to Port Moresby to compete.

City Pharmacy Limited (CPL) was delighted to support the event and the Junior Tennis Initiative by presenting a cheque for K10,000.

This sponsorship will assist in the development of tennis as a sport in the country and provide a boost for future players in PNG.

CPL To Sell SJA First Aid Kits

St John Ambulance Chief Executive Officer, Matt Canon said under the partnership, CPL will be selling a selected range of First Aid Kits in a first of its kind partnership between St. John and a retail pharmacy.

“We couldn’t be happier to be partnering with CPL, an organisation known nationally for their quality and reliability and helping people to access vital medical supplies across Papua New Guinea,” he said.

Boera man snags grand prize

Today Homoka Ganiga, 39, of Boera Village, shopped at Stop & Shop Waigani Central and claimed the Isuzu D-MAX Ute, after spending K300 on Thursday, 30th of December.

Present to announce the winner and handover the prize was Minister for Police, William Onglo and CPL CEO Navin Raju.

“We ran a Scratch & Win promotion during the Christmas period and we had more than half a million kina worth of prizes,” said Mr. Raju.

Recognising Pain

This is the explanation of pain delivered by Dr. Kemo Temo, Consultant Anesthetician Port Moresby General Hospital.

Dr. Temo was speaking at the CPL sponsored national Pain Week celebration dinner function held in collaboration with PNG Women Doctors Association at the Lamana Hotel in Port Moresby recently.

Dr. Temo who is the Consultant Anaesthetic at the PMGH was one of the guest speakers at the gathering held on Wednesday 8th September to commemorate the National pain week.

E-voucher Trial For Cash Preparedness

The e-voucher can be distributed quickly in the event of an emergency where there are agreements already in place with local suppliers. E-vouchers can be operated on a large scale and are faster than procurement processes.

Save the Children and the City Pharmacy Group of Companies (CPL) today tested e-voucher cards at CPL's Stop N Shop at Central Waigani.