CPHGC distributes food in the holy month of Ramazan

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China Power Hub Generation Company (Pvt.) Ltd. in collaboration with local officials of the Balochistan Environmental Protection Agency, has volunteered to help combat hunger and malnutrition in the immediate vicinity of the plant by donating 200 ration bags to the deserving families in the villages of Hub.

The distribution of food items is in continuation of CPHGCs CSR initiatives designed to help improve the lifestyle of the deserving in Lasbella.

The ration bags were handed over by a CPHGC delegation, in the presence of BEPA officials, to the village elders of Allana Goth, Mangiyani Goth & Qadir Bukhsh Goth.Each bag contained essential ready to cook food supplies which included 10 kgs of flour, cooking oil, sugar, rice and tea.

Appreciating the efforts of CPHGC, Mr. Mahmood Anwar Ghadoor appreciated the timely gesture by the company. “It’s been a difficult time for everyone and with the Eid here by the end of the week, we are thankful to CPHGC for this gift of Ramazan for us. “

Mr. Ren Lihui, CEO, CPHGC said, “We continue to work with the locals of villages around the CPHGC plant site in order to bring a meaningful difference in the lives of the deserving.

In this time of need where even the smallest of contributions matter we have been helping the less privileged members of the society since before the start of commercial operations.

Even during the pandemic we have been supporting the local government and the people of the villages around our plant site.”

CPHGC has an active CSR program and continues to be so during the current pandemic outbreak.

Earlier the Company had distributed 1000kgs of disinfectants and 2000 masks to office of the Assistant Commissioner Hub as well as ration bags to the local population.

 

During its construction phase the company has contributed to sustainable CSR initiatives that have helped better the lives of the people benefiting from them.

 

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