Windhoek- Engen Namibia on Wednesday announced its contribution of N$100 000 to the Walvis Bay Corridor Group (WBCG) Wellness services to fuel mobile clinics.
Speaking at the event, Christian Li the Managing Director of Engen Namibia said Engen is committed to conduct business in a manner that is compatible with the social needs of the communities.
“Moreover, we also putting at their disposal our network of Retail services stations to park their mobile wellness clinics to be closer and more convenient to the communities. This is just the beginning as we looking for more initiatives together” Li said.
Welcoming the contribution, Chief Executive Officer of WBCG Mbahapu H.Tjivikua said the sponsorship comes on timely not only for the Walvis Bay corridor Group but for the entire transport and logistics fraternity of Namibia and SADC. He said WBCG’s mandate is trade facilitation and business development along the corridors.
“This sponsorship will ease pressure on our thin and overstretched financial resources. Your support is an immense financial and psychological boost for our team and rest assured that their morale is greatly enhanced” added Tjivikua.
Edward Shivute the Project Manager of Walvis Bay Corridor Group (WBCG) said, the WBCG wellness project has now reached its maturity age. However, he said the main challenge is the sustainability aspect especially in the face of COVID-19.
WBCG was established in 2000.In 2016 the WBCG signed a Cooperative Agreement with the Ministry of Health and Social Services.