DMI University donate PPEs to Bwaira Hospital

DMI University donate PPEs to Bwaira Hospital
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By Our Reporter


DMI St John the Baptist University has donated PPEs at Bwaira Hospital. 


DMI Principal Dr Jerin Leno said the donation is in line with Presidential appeal which was made calling for the institutions to help fighting the Covid -19.

“We have decided to donate these PPEs to Bwaira after noting through media that there is need to support the fight hence this donation,” 
Daniel Kandion Alumni Coordinator said the fight against Covid is for everyone. He said that is why he helped to mobilise the resources for the fight which was worth K1Million. 

Some of items donated included Face masked, infrared thermometers, isolations gowns and many more. 

“I also express my heartfelt thanks to Dr. Ignatious Herman, the Director of Education, DMI Group of Institutions for his stewardship, support, vision and commitment towards the growth of this institutions. Additionally, your hardworking spirit is and still remain inspiration to many of us. Thank you Sir for your presence.I am thankful to our Reverends Sr. Rani and Fr. Sundar, the Management Representatives for DMI St. John the Baptist University campuses, Lilongwe and Mangochi respectively. Thank you for your untireless support for this function to be a success.I am also grateful for the presence of Dr. Anand Singh, the Vice Chancellor, Principal,  Dr Jerin, Dean of Students, Mr Febson, Quality Assurance Manager, Ms. Margret Mwale, Dean of Women Affairs, Mrs Agness Chimimba, Head of Departments, DMI ST. John Baptist University, Malawi.” 

Receiving the donation , Society of Medical Doctors  President  Mgonjetsi Mithi commended DMI for the timely donation. 

Currently, the DMI University operates in a serene, spacious, well designed and adequately equipped campus infrastructure in Mangochi, and satellite campus at area four in Lilongwe Soon it will add another feather to its cap- a brand new campus within the limits of 16 km from city center along the Great Northern Road.

DMI is in Malawi  not for education alone, but for making a visible difference by molding the youth with Self-Discipline as well.

The University has become very popular among parents, sponsors, students within a short span of time. Today the University has the cream of bright, lively and intelligent students who are determined to make a mark in Malawi and the rest of the world by their knowledge and discipline.

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