Healthy help for Hela clinic

THANKS to the continuous support from ExxonMobil PNG, Hela Province’s Para sub-health centre has a new staff house, a refurbished patient waiting area and three renovated staff houses to help them better serve the community in the Hides region.
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ExxonMobil PNG’s Kim Hahn opens the door to the new staff house while the health centre’s board chairman Telabe Moyali, ECPNG health services secretary, Keith Kedekei, Exxon community affairs manager, Elly Sawa and Kenny Kundu from Hela Provincial Health Authority look on

Staff Reporter

During the hand-over ceremony of the facilities, the Para's Telabe Moiyali said he was grateful to the company for its support in times of need. "The new house and refurbished ones are definitely a boost to the morale of our staff," Moiyali said.
ExxonMobil PNG's Kim Hahn said the company believed in partnering with communities and the organisations which provided health and education services. "The opening of these facilities is a reflection of what can be achieved when we all work together," Hahn said.
The Para sub-health centr is staffed and run by Evangelical Church of PNG and serves a population of more than 6500 men, women and children.
ExxonMobil PNG said it had funded the upgrade and repair of health facilities in Para and Mananda, as well as the construction of a new sub-health centre at Juni, which is scheduled for completion later this year.