Maliban supports IDH Hospital during battle against pandemic

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Handing over of donations to Dr. Hasitha Aththanayake – Director, IDH Hospital (left) from Kumudika Fernando – Managing Director ofMaliban Biscuits and Ravi Jayawardena – Group CEO ofMaliban Biscuits (right).


In aim to contribute towards the combat of the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, Maliban Biscuits recently donated special cold storage facilities and highly essential medical equipment to treat infected patients, at the National Institute of Infectious Diseases Hospital (IDH). 

The donation recently commenced on April 01st at the IDH Dental Hospital and was graced by Kumudika Fernando – Managing Director of Maliban, Ravi Jayawardena – Group CEO of Maliban, Dr. Hasitha Aththanayake – Director of IDH Hospital and Dr. Chintha Sooriyaarachchi – Deputy Director of 
IDH Hospital. 

Renowned for its reputation as a brand which steps forward to provide its utmost support during times of need, Maliban Biscuits further supplied the hospital staff with snacks such as yahaposha, biscuits and tea, to help sustain their energy while being on the frontlines of the pandemic. Additional to the donation at IDH Dental Hospital, Maliban Biscuits recently aided the Manusath Derana programme with its products as well. 

Ravi Jayawardena – Group CEO of Maliban stated, “During this critical period, IDH provides an incredible service to all Sri Lankan citizens. On behalf of the Maliban Group, it is a great pleasure to be able to donate to IDH and its valued staff. We really appreciate the efforts made by all staff members and I humbly request all Sri Lankans to help them as much as possible during this period.”

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