FMCG major CavinKare Bangladesh Private Limited extended support to three renowned hospitals in Dhaka to address the impact of the ongoing global pandemic Covid-19.
The company provided safety supplies grants to Dhaka Medical College Hospital, National Institute of Diseases of the Chest and Hospital (NIDCH) and the National Institution of Cancer Research Hospital (NICRH).
Brand Manager of CavinKare Sumaiya Ahmed handed over the grant to the director of NICRH Prof Dr Qazi Mushtaq Hossain, reads a press release on Monday.
Through its diverse range of consumer brands, CavinKare has always emphasized on public health and safety while maintaining a top-notch quality. The safety supplies comprised of hand wash and hand sanitizer range from flagship brands of CavinKare
Business Head of CavinKare Bangladesh, Arun Chacko said, "In these times of distress, as CavinKare Bangladesh, an organization which has always been proud of our association with country's population, we would like to contribute in a small way through this activity. We salute the spirit of the populace & the front-liners who have shown indefatigable commitment for holding fort."
Director of NICRH Prof Dr Qazi Mushtaq Hossain said, "We are very glad to receive handwash and sanitizers from CavinKare. We extend our sincere thanks and best wishes on behalf of the National Institute and Cancer Research Hospital."
CavinKare has been operating for the last 16 years in Bangladesh. Along with the personal care portfolio, CavinKare has also launched a hygiene portfolio through their Nyle liquid handwash followed by CHIK Sanitizer in this Covid situation.