Indo Bali Distributors the leading distributors of baby sanitary pads and towels has unveiled plans to start training pregnant mothers and girls in schools on how to make pads.
This was disclosed by the company’s director Pawan Nandwani while handing over donation items worth shs10 million to ministry of health for covid response.
“We are to contribute to government efforts in curbing covid and to specifically add support to ministry of health roll out its covid intervention. We strongly believe the items will be provided to pregnant mothers undergoing covid treatment in hospitals,” he said.
Established in the year 2018 at Maharashtra, India, Indo Bali Distributors” are Partnership based firm, involved as the Wholesale Trader of Adult Care With Confidence Diaper, Baby Care With Sweety Fit Pantz, Female Care With Softex Sanitary Napkins.
According to Nandwani all our products are getting widely acclaimed among the large clientele for their exclusive designs, superior quality, and reliability.
“Apart from this, our ability to maintain timelines as well as quality in the assortment, providing cost effective solutions and assurance to make timely shipment of the orders placed by customers have assisted us positioning our name in the list of top-notch companies of the industry,”he explained.
Health minister Dr. Jane Ruth Aceng appreciated the donation saying it will go along way to addressing health care commodity supply inadequacy currently in the country as interventions keeps going on.
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