Khan Bank Foundation Implements The Neonatal Unit 2 Project
The Neonatal Unit of the National Center for Communicable Diseases has seen no upgrades since 1986, and last year a group of young Twitter users united to initiate the Neonatal Unit Project, raising donations and furnishing the neonatal resuscitation ward and intensive care unit (ICU) of the NCCD.
Khan Bank has fully sponsored the continuation of the initiative, the Neonatal Unit 2 Project, providing equipment and resources to another neonatal resuscitation ward and ICU.
John Bell, CEO of Khan Bank said, “We are delighted to handover this international standard, newly furnished unit to the Management of the NCCD. This is one of the major initiatives implemented within the framework of Khan Bank’s social responsibility. Special thanks to the socially active young leaders for their cooperation.”
D.Nyamkhuu, General Director of the NCCD noted, “Thank you very much to Khan Bank and the young leaders led by I.Batkhishig for making this contribution to the well-being of the health sector, especially children, and furnishing the neonatal resuscitation and ICU. The measles outbreak of the past two consecutive years has been a shock for families. Khan Bank saw the sensitivity of this issue and sponsored the project, which is a major contribution to the health sector.”
Khan Bank made an invaluable contribution the future well-being of children by fully furnishing the resuscitation ICU of the NCCD, which receives children diagnosed with severe contagious illness from every soum, aimag, and district hospital in the country.
As a leading organization in social responsibility, Khan Bank has implemented many initiatives and projects through its Khan Bank Foundation, making solid contributions to social well-being.
Special thanks to the NCCD and the ambition young leaders led by I.Batkhishig for actively taking part in the project’s implementation.