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IOCL (AOD) Digboi Refinery donates two ambulances to Digboi Civil Hospital - 4 Apr, 2020

IOCL (AOD) Digboi Refinery donates two ambulances to Digboi Civil Hospital - 4 Apr, 2020

Sentinel Digital Desk

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DIGBOI: IOCL AOD Digboi Refinery donated two ambulances to Digboi Civil Hospital, under its corporate social responsibility initiative. This contribution towards the development of Digboi Civil Hospital helped fill a major gap in healthcare service in the remotely located small town. It is important to note that the ambulances were procured through a hassle free process of Government E Marketplace (GeM) portal. The ceremonial reception of the Ambulances in Digboi was done recently in the august presence of Justice Ajay Lamba, Chief Justice of Guwahati High Court along with other officials of the corporation.

Subsequently, after the completion of the official process, team CSR delivered the two ambulances to Digboi Civil Hospital where the same was received by Suren Phukan Chairman CHC & MLA Digboi in presence of P K Nath DGM (L&D, CC & CSR).

P K Nath DGM (L&D,CC,CSR) shared details about the committed CSR portfolio of AOD Digboi Refinery and the multiple result oriented and impactful programmes that the corporation has been involved with in and around Digboi.

The thrust areas under which IOCL AOD Digboi Refinery is working include provision of drinking water, health, hygiene, rural development, women empowerment, skill development, entrepreneurship development, education, disaster management and various kinds of community welfare projects etc.

Speaking on the occasion, Phukan thanked Indian Oil Corporation Limited Assam Oil Division Digboi Refinery and expressed immense satisfaction on this meaningful contribution to the development of Digboi CHC and healthcare facilities for the needy residents of Digboi.

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