Ruswin Integrated Solutions in partnership with the UPNG School of Medicine has donated a digital whiteboard to the Port Moresby Nature Park as part of its corporate social responsibility initiative recently.
The digital whiteboard will be used in the park’s learning center and will help in facilitating trainings such as the kids for conservation school holiday program.
Upon witnessing the installation of the whiteboard, Port Moresby Nature Park’s Conservation Education Manager Shirley Mogi thanked Ruswin for the timely donation and said the whiteboard will help in facilitating and hosting trainings for clients and staff.
“It’s a big help moving forward with the installation of the whiteboard allowing us to easily work collaboratively when facilitating trainings,” said Mogi.
According to Ruswin’s Business Development Executive Linda Kotong, the digital whiteboards are refurbished ones from the UPNG School of Medicine.
The School of Medicine has since gone digital with accessibility to online lessons and has come to an agreement with Ruswin to have the whiteboards donated.
The digital whiteboards are provided by the school as supplements while Ruswin will be doing free installations.
Kotong said they had selected Port Moresby Nature Park as the first recipient of the whiteboard as the park was initially part of UPNG when it was the Botanical Garden prior to its transition.
“We reached out to POM Nature Park and saw the need to donate the whiteboard for it to be utilized effectively in their training rooms.”
“Apart from Port Moresby Nature Park, we have other non-government organizations which we will be donating to in due time.”
“As Ruswin’s initiative to help support NGO’s and communities where we see fit as part of our organisations sales and services, we are always happy to assist,” said Kotong.
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