NURSE in charge of the Auki clinic Sam Ottoga has thanked the Solomon Islands Red Cross Auki branch for engaging in a clean-up campaign at the Auki clinic over the weekend.
Mr. Ottoga said Auki clinic staff walked into the clinic premises on Monday morning and were impressed with the clean environment.
He said the Auki clinic is operating under a rundown house that is full of dirt and dust. However, the clean-up campaign carried out by Red Cross has given the staff a tap on the shoulder to keep working.
“I would like to thank Auki Red Cross for organizing the clean-up campaign which uplifts the face of the clinic.
“This is just the second group to have cleaned up the clinic in many years and we are grateful for the effort shown to try to keep the clinic clean,” Ottoga added.
The first group to have cleaned the Auki clinic was [email protected]
Mr. Ottoga said a tidy and clean environment is important for a place that provides health services to the public.
With that, Auki clinic staff are appealing for NGOs and community groups who wish to do voluntary clean up at the clinic premises to do so during weekends.
By WILSON SAENI