ExxonMobil Thailand Women’s Interest Network and Esso Club donate 135,000 baht to Queen Sirikit National Institute of Child Health for Covid-19 treatment

ExxonMobil Thailand Women’s Interest Network and Esso Club presented a donation of 135,000 baht by employees of ExxonMobil affiliates in Thailand to Queen Sirikit National Institute of Child Health for medical care to Covid-19 infected children and families.

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ExxonMobil Thailand Women’s Interest Network and Esso Club donate 135,000 baht to Queen Sirikit National Institute of Child Health for Covid-19 treatment
Picture: Donations was made at the Queen Sirikit Institute of Child Health, Bangkok  (from left to right). Songsiri Niljulka, head of nurse, Eyes, Ears, Nose, and Throat Department, Queen Sirikit Institute of Child Health; Wilairat Chatchawalitsakul, head of OPD nursing, Queen Sirikit Institute of Child Health; Dr. Panida Srisan, deputy director of Queen Sirikit Institute of Child Health; Yodpong Sutatham, Esso Club president; Pajaree Meekangwan, ExxonMobil Thailand Women’s Interest Network president; Supatra Janpodjanasoontorn - Thailand WIN lead; Nirinya Piyakomolras –TH WIN Activity lead

On this occasion, Pajaree Meekangwan (3rd from right), ExxonMobil Thailand Women’s Interest Network president and Yodpong Sutatham (4th from right), Esso Club president, including the working team delivered the donation to Dr. Panida Srisan, M.D. (3rd from left), deputy-director of the Queen Sirikit Institute of Child Health, and her team. The presentation took place at the Institute.

ExxonMobil Thailand Women’s Interest Network (WIN) has arranged several activities in promoting women potential development and also extended support to public services.   With the widespread of Covid-19 pandemic, the WIN has cooperated with Esso Club in raising funds with employees of ExxonMobil affiliates in Thailand to assist infected children and families who are in need of immediate treatments at the Institute.

The Queen Sirikit Institute of Child Health has enhanced its medical care during Covid-19 situation to include the families of the admitted children under 15 years of age for better and appropriate treatment.  This integrated services require more efforts and facilities as well as medical equipment for the treatments.

For more information, please contact Public and Government Affairs:

Kitiyavadee Nilavan Tel: 02-407-4382  Email: kitiyavadee.nilavan@exxonmobil.com

Pathaveeroje Pamoonkesi Tel. 02-407-4384  Email: pathaveeroje.pamoonkesi@exxonmobil.com