This was highlighted by HOH president Janet Aihari during the handing over of shirts and caps to 40 available babies at Auki clinic last week.
Mrs Aihari said at the moment, HOH is working toward preparing its schedules to visit the remote communities that have orphans and elderly people who are in need of support.
She said with the clothes and goods that are available at stock, they will try as much to identity communities and prepare gifts for orphans and the elderly.
She explained that HOH is depending much on assistance from local and international groups, individuals, business houses and organization to support its program.
“What we receive always goes to people we are targeting, more specifically elderly people, orphan and the sick,” said the HOH boss.
She said they also plan to visit Kilu’ufi Hospital to assist new born babies and mothers.
She assured that HOH is fully committed to its work, thus encourage the public to inform HOH of orphans and helpless elderly people that are in need of assistance.
“HOH is really committed and we want to reach out to those who need support,” she said.
Mrs Aihari invites public and organization to work together with HOH to help those who are not able to help themselves.
“I believe that by working together and having trust on each other is a way forward to help others who are left behind in the rural communities of Malaita,” added Mrs Aihari.
“Our people needs us, we must stand and help,” she appealed.
By SOLOMON LOFANA