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Chevron donates ambulance to SCC

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  • 20 December, 2022 12:00 AM
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Chevron donates ambulance to SCC

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Chevron Bangladesh donated an ambulance to Sylhet City Corporation (SCC).

President and Managing Director of the company Eric M Walker handed over the ambulance to the SCC at its Jalalabad Gas Field Office in Sylhet.

According to Chevron, the ambulance will help SCC in providing healthcare to  the people in Sylhet, said a press release.

Eric M Walker visited Sylhet and Habiganj where he attended events to support the local community as part of its Social Investment Initiatives. Chevron Bangladesh has been able to step in at a moment when the country needs reliable, affordable energy to run its hospitals and emergency facilities.

Eric M Walker also visited the Integrated Support for Children with Disabilities (ISCwD) Project at SSKS Clinic, ¬Karimpur, Bibiyana, Habiganj to provide assistive devices among children with disability in one-year program to support children with disabilities aged between 0-18 years and their families and community members living in the project locations.

This initiative started in collaboration with Save the Children in March 2022 to support children with disabilities and their parents to get accessible basic services like health, education, and development from mainstream service providers.

The ISCwD project aims to benefit 300 Children with Disabilities, 300 Parents and caregivers, 200 School teachers, and 20 local schools. Chevron Bangladesh has been managing social investment programs since 2006.

Chevron is one of the world’s leading integrated energy companies, involved in virtually every aspect of the energy industry.

Chevron Bangladesh operates three gas fields in the northeast of the country. It is the largest producer of natural gas in Bangladesh, accounting for over 60% of total domestic natural gas production and over 80% of the domestic condensate production.