PHIA Foundation Extends Support To Health Workers Of Government Of Jharkhand With Support From APPI

PHIA Foundation Extends Support To Health Workers Of Government Of Jharkhand With Support From APPI

Honourable Chief Minister Mr Hemant Soren and Jharkhand State Head of PHIA Foundation Mr Johnson Topno met at Chief Minister’s residence at Kanke Road and jointly provided personal safety kits worth more than Rs 1.56 crores for the protection of health workers working for the treatment of Coronavirus. On the occasion, the Chief Minister said that the personal safety kit was given to the state government by the Partnering Hope into Action Foundation (Phia Foundation) as a support to the health workers working in various hospitals of the state is commendable work. The state government’s priority has been to provide personal safety kits to all health workers, including doctors engaged in the service of corona virus-infected patients in hospitals. The Chief Minister said that many voluntary organizations are doing positive work to deal with this disaster by coordinating with the state government in times of crisis. I thank all these organizations. He said that all of us will be able to succeed in this fight with Covid-19.

On this occasion, State Head of the PHIA ​​Foundation, Mr Johnson Topno said that personal safety kit for the protection of all health workers including doctors, nurses working in the treatment of Covid-19 infected patients in various hospitals of Jharkhand State, courtesy of Azim Premji Philanthropic Initiative. The state government is being made available. He said that in this hour of calamity, PHIA Foundation is playing an important role in the field of social service with commitment. Our organization is very sensitive to the health workers working in this war of corona virus.

The Government of Jharkhand thanks the Azim Premji Philanthropic Initiative for this commendable work.

Principal Secretary to the Chief Minister, Shri Rajiv Arun Ekka, Press Advisor to the Chief Minister, Mr Abhishek Prasad, Senior Emergency Secretary to the Chief Minister, Mr Sunil Srivastava, Finance Manager of PHIA Foundation, Mr Robin Satyarthi, Volunteer Control Room, Mr Mandeep Panth and Mr Sameer Bara were present.

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