NRDA donates items, including vaccine refrigerator, to Lawas Health Office

Awang Tengah (centre) witnessing the handover of donation from Ubaidillah (far left) to Dr Farida. Also seen are Henry (second from left) and Ahmad Denney (far left).

LAWAS: The Northern Region Development Agency (NRDA) donated several items to the Lawas District Health Office and Lawas District Council today.

NRDA is a regional development agency under the Regional Corridor Development Authority (Recoda), which is tasked with implementing socio-economic and infrastructure projects in the Sarawak Corridor of Renewable Energy (Score).

NRDA regional director Datu Ubaidillah Abdul Latip handed over the donations to Lawas District health officer Dr Farida Nazahiya Mohd Salleh, witnessed by NRDA chairman Datuk Amar Awang Tengah Ali Hasan, at the Islamic Training Institute of Malaysia (ILIM) Lawas Campus.

NRDA said the donations would complement the vaccine rollout as well as a part of Recoda’s corporate social responsibility programme.

The items included a refrigerator for vaccine storage, 12 emergency toolboxes, eight ice boxes, two air conditioners, three portable air conditioners, a dozen folding chairs, five mobile toilets, four laptops, ice packs, and a projector.

Also present were Lawas MP Datuk Henry Sum Agong, Limbang Resident Ahmad Denney Ahmad Fauzi and Lawas District Council secretary Zulkifli Sahari.