• Last Update 2022-05-16 12:40:00

LSEG Foundation extends COVID-19 support with essential medical equipment

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LSEG (London Stock Exchange Group) Foundation recently donated medical equipment valued at approximately Rs 18 million to the Ministry of Health (MoH) in Sri Lanka.

According to a release issued by LSEG Foundation the  donation was facilitated by UNICEF Sri Lanka. The funds donated by LSEG Foundation were utilised to procure and supply oxygen-related equipment and supplies such as oxygen concentrators, oxygen cylinders and high-flow oxygen units to hospitals and front-line COVID-19 treatment centres that were identified as crucial equipment required by health authorities to assist those in need.

 

Photo caption from left to right: Bismarck Swangin – Chief of Communication, Advocacy and Partnerships, UNICEF, Christian Skoog – Representative of UNICEF Sri Lanka, Dr. Keheliya Rambukwella –  Minister of Health, Arjuna Nanayakkara – Director, Cloud Operations, LSEG, Harsha Muthukumarana – Head of Engineering, LSEG Technology, Shanaka Abeywickrama – Head of Internal and Site Communications, APAC, LSEG and Sara Sadoon – Associate Manager, CSR & Sustainability, LSEG.

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