Stay Easy Hotel Extends Gesture of Goodwill to Levy Mwanawasa Hospital

In a heartwarming display of community support, Stay Easy Hotel Lusaka, under the umbrella of its parent company NAPSA Hospitality Investments Limited (NHIL), extended a helping hand to the Levy Mwanawasa Hospital through a generous donation aimed at enhancing the hospital’s ability to provide quality healthcare.
The recent donation included an array of essential items including 500 pillowcases, 200 double top sheets, 150 bath towels, 150 bathmats, 78 single sheets, 60 single top sheets, and 55 (22-inch) Samsung television sets. The total value of this contribution amounted to K247,374.
During the official handover event, the Board Chairperson of NHIL, Mrs. Isabel Banda, reiterated the organization’s commitment to addressing societal challenges. She acknowledged the pressing needs faced by various segments of society, ranging from access to necessities like food and shelter to critical services like medical care and education. Banda reiterated NHIL’s dedication to partnering with other entities to effect positive change through initiatives like this one.
“We are aware of some of the challenges the hospital is facing in providing proper health care to its patients. Therefore, as Stay Easy we are moved to support the hospital in providing some of its basic health services to the people by donating the various items here today,” she said.
Mrs. Banda’s sentiments were echoed by the Stay Easy Resident Manager, Charles Matakala, who highlighted the hotel’s ongoing efforts to engage with and uplift the communities they serve. The donation to Levy Mwanawasa Hospital stands as a testament to their belief in collective action for the betterment of society.
The Ministry of Health (MoH) Permanent Secretary (PS) Professor Simonga represented by the Senior Medical Superintendent Dr. Charles Mutemba graced the occasion and extended gratitude to Stay Easy, NHIL, and NAPSA for their unwavering support. He commended their contributions to government’s efforts, particularly in healthcare and praised their dedication to bolstering health centers and hospitals, expressing his eagerness to foster continued collaboration.
“Your commitment to supporting various health centers and hospitals and ultimately my ministry is admirable, and I look forward to a long-term partnership” he said.
As the donated items were received with gratitude, the PS assured those present that the contributions would go a long way in supplementing government’s efforts in providing quality healthcare to the patients at Levy Mwanawasa Hospital.
In a world where a lot of people and institutions need a helping hand to meet some of their daily needs, Corporate Social Responsibility plays an important role in bridging the gap. Initiatives like the one by NHIL brings out the power of collaboration between business and government. NHIL’s commitment to community support is a reminder that even in the hospitality sector, a broader impact can be made by extending a helping hand to those in need.
NHIL is a wholly owned subsidiary of the National Pension Scheme Authority (NAPSA). It has established itself as a key player in the tourism and hospitality sector with a portfolio of four hotels – Stay Easy Hotel Lusaka, Garden Court Hotel Kitwe, Hilton Garden Inn Society Business Park and the Radisson Blu Mosi-Oa-Tunya Livingstone Resort.

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