The work was done by the staff of the BSP Boroko branch through the BSP Community Project initiative. It involved the renovation and extension of the waiting shelter for pregnant mothers to sit while consulting with doctors and clinicians. The cost of the refurbishments was K25,000.
"We have a catchment region of 33,000 of mothers who access the facility for its services," a spokesman for National Capital District Health said.
"While we stand as a corporate organisation, each of our staff is a part of a community. Our vision also aligns BSP to be the leading financial services provider in our chosen markets helping customers, staff, shareholders and communities prosper," Boroko branch manager Ruby Patu said.
BSP Community Projects are undertaken nationwide and on the Pacific islands where it operates.
The projects focus on education, health, sport and environment and at the end of 2019, K1.2 million had been spent on these initiatives.