Simbu Children’s Foundation

K25,000 for Simbu Children’s Foundation

On Wednesday 15th March, Kumul Petroleum Holdings Ltd (KPHL) Executive General Manager - Corporate Affairs, Luke Liria, presented a cheque of K25,000 to Jimmy Drekore of the Simbu Children's Foundation in a small ceremony.

"Kumul Petroleum has always had a focus on assisting the health sector in PNG, which includes hospitals, larger Health Department institutions, and worthy smaller NGOs such as the Simbu Children's Foundation," said Mr Liria.

​PNG Ports donates funds from charity contest

Port Moresby-based Life PNG Care Inc and the Simbu Children’s Foundation shared a total of K2,693 raised from a charity contest.

The fund raiser saw members of the PNG Ports Management Team pledge money for Lae Port’s Business Manager, Felix Bauri, to trim his hair and beard.

The event, which was initiated in June this year by the PNG Ports Executive Management Team, is a workplace campaign seen as a fun way of uniting employees around a common goal to work together to inspire charitable community investment.

Volunteer American doctors in Madang

Gama is one of the least developed areas of the Usino-Bundi District of Madang.

The outreach program kicked off yesterday, and will be conducted from February 13-16. It is carried out by a five-member team of medical doctors.

The program reaches out to vulnerable people who are unable to access basic health services.

The medical team consists of the two Americans, one eye specialist from Madang and two doctors from the Kundiawa General Hospital.

Dr Marc Richmond is from California and Dr Maury Krystel comes from North Carolina.