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Digicel gives Victoria Pediatric Ward a make over

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Digicel team members with kids and one of the nurses from the pediatric ward.

In an effort to beautify and brighten up the pediatric ward in Victoria Hospital, a tremendous facelift was done by Digicel to cheer up the place with lively paintings of cartoon characters along the walls.

As part of Digicel’s Community Involvement Month, the walls of the pediatric ward turned from a regular hospital room into something more welcoming and uplifting for kids. The transformation was amazing, improving on the environment for staff, parents and young patients. Detailed paintings of super heroes and fun characters came alive and brought smiles to all who viewed them.

The week long venture culminated with the management and staff of Digicel bearing gifts for the kids and bring them a bit of Christmas cheer  in September.  All the kids who were in the hospital, no matter their age each got a gift from Digicel to allow their stay here be a bit more pleasant.

Digicel’s Marketing Manager, Kerchelle Jn Charles said, “Kids need an environment that relaxes you and allows you to heal and recover better is important to Digicel.  Providing a comfortable area which always lightens the mood and is inviting is the main reason for this makeover in the pediatric ward”.

Look out for more community outreach projects as your community could be next which in Digicel’s Community Involvement Month.

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  1. Good job Digicel!

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