Pabalelong to be featured on national broadcast

Posted by Spalding Hurst

February 21, 2020

Corporate Social Responsibility Botswana (CSR Botswana) is a 30-minute television program that looks at corporate social responsibility initiatives and projects that have been undertaken by the private sector in Botswana. Each week this television program focuses on a particular company or organization that has undertaken voluntary initiatives, and social responsibility measures. The program awards an opportunity for Companies and organizations to showcase their active role in achieving vision 2030 and Sustainable Development Goals.

This week the television personnel interviewed the staff and relatives of patients of the Pabalelong Hospice of the Sisters of Charity of Nazareth. The information they gathered included the history and objective of the hospice, the criteria of admission of patients, the day to day routine, the role of each category of staff, the funding and sponsorships, and how the hospice has contributed to the welfare of the people in Botswana. 

This is scheduled to be televised on Botswana Television (BTV) in the first week of March 2020. 

 

5 Comments

  1. Tootsie

    WOW what a way to get the word out about SCNs in mission in Botswana!!!

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  2. Shirley Patterson SCNA

    Monthly when I give my donation to SCN missions I check Botswana and now I see others are checking out your good work, Sisters. Thank you so much and may the love of God flow through you.
    Peace!

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  3. Barbara Joseph Lammers

    Well done, Sisters and staff. You have made a difference for so many people and for the country of Botswana. You are certainly Pioneer Women in the spirit of Catherine.

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  4. Phelomena

    Congratulations dear sisters and staff for your generous contributions towards Hospice.

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  5. Ann Muthukattil

    Congratulations to sisters and staff of the Pabalelong hospice. God bless you for yojr good work.

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