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Perodua Revisited Selayang Hospital For Its CSR Initiative

November 18, 2019, Kuala Lumpur – Perusahaan Otomobil Kedua Sdn Bhd, the largest national carmaker in Malaysia, has contributed medical equipment and distribute goodies to patients and staff, at their revisit to Selayang Hospital’s paediatric ward.

This is part of its latest corporate responsibility initiative and the company visited the hospital in February this year.

Perodua volunteers cleaned the area, painted the cabinets, replaced the wallpaper and ceiling, installed a smart TV and new flooring as well as bought some new books and toys. The company also contributed to the ward a pulse oximeter (oxygen measurement device) and three portable screens, as well as distributed money packets and gift bags containing stationery to around 100 child patients.

“The refurbished play area features graphics with safety and environmental themes – topics which Perodua is passionate about. It plans to educate the child patients about safety and the environment through various activities in the coming years.

“Our efforts do not stop here – we have lots of activities planned for the children in the coming years, including story-telling, movie screenings, puzzle game and origami. We are also looking at doing a book donation drive to populate the play area’s library,” said Perodua president and chief executive officer Datuk Zainal Abidin Ahmad in a statement.

During Perodua’s last visited Selayang Hospital in February, the company contributed three pulse oximeters and six portable screens, as well as distributed money packets and gift bags to patients and staff.

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