March 2, 2024

NAOC JV donates medical equipment to health institutions, hospitals in Rivers, Bayelsa, Delta, Imo States

Oredola Adeola

 

Nigerian Agip Oil Company (NAOC) Joint Venture has donated medical equipment to tertiary health institutions and hospitals in its four states of operations in Niger Delta, Nigeria.

 

 

This was contained in statement released by the company and obtained by EnergyDay on Wednesday.

 

 

Acting on behalf of the NAOC Joint Venture, the company said that the commissioning and handover ceremonies were held recently during which the equipment were given to the medical facilities located in Rivers, Bayelsa, Delta and Imo States. In particular, eleven (11) mobile ventilators were donated to hospitals in various cities.

 

 

The statement stated, “The initiatives were implemented to promote efficient health care delivery in the states and the communities in order to contribute to development of the regions through a healthy population.

 

 

 

“The company and the institutions will establish a joint monitoring and evaluation team that will review periodically the performances and feedback on the utility and impact of the machines to the health care delivery in the institutions.

 

 

“The company and its partners implement initiatives such as infrastructure, health, education and capacity building targeted at local socio-economic development to promote the sustainable development of the communities and states where it operates,” the statement revealed.

 

 

EnergyDay gathered that the NAOC operates in the land and swamp areas of the Niger Delta under a joint venture agreement, popularly referred to as the NAOC JV. The NAOC JV includes the NNPC E&P Limited (NEPL), NAOC and Oando.