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Ohorongo Cement donates hospital beds

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Ohorongo Cement, through Ohorongo Otavi Community Trust (OOCT) in collaboration with Support e.V., Ulm, Germany, has made a donation of 47 hospital beds to assist the Ministry of Health with the healthcare needs of the people of Namibia. The donation was made to Altersheim Elkin-Delk Otjiwarongo, Otjiwarongo State Hospital and Tsumeb Private Hospital

Support e.V is a non-profit organisation founded by a group of doctors, who made it their aim to support medical projects in the developing world through financial and humanitarian means, as well as through donations. The word ‘SUPPORT’ is the abbreviation for the group’s rationale: Sofortige Und Praktische Problemlösung vor Ort, in English meaning ‘immediate and practical problem solving on site’.

OOCT as a Trust focuses on three main pillars: Infrastructure / Education & Healthcare. To date, the Trust has already invested more than N$6.5 million in the Namibian community.


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