CSE joins “Adopt an Ambulance” initiative of Suwa Seriya, backing SL’s healthcare system
The Colombo Stock Exchange (CSE) has facilitated the adoption of two ambulances for the 1990 Suwa Seriya Foundation.
This is in response to the programme, ‘Adopt an Ambulance’ which has been launched by the Board and Management of the 1990 Suwa Seriya Foundation.
Suwa Seriya is a pioneering ambulance service launched by the Government of Sri Lanka to provide emergency medical care to those in need, especially in rural and remote areas.
Recognising the importance of this service, the CSE came forward to support the
continuation of providing a lifesaving emergency medical assistance in Sri Lanka.
Commenting on the donation, the CSE Chairman Mr. Dilshan Wirasekara stated, “We believe that, it is our responsibility to support and empower the communities in which we operate.”
“We are happy that our donation to adopt two ambulances for the 1990 Suwa Seriya Service will undoubtedly help to maintain their services to save lives and provide much-needed healthcare access to remote areas in the country. We are honoured to be a part of Suwa Seriya’s noble mission of providing free pre-hospital care services to all Sri Lankans.”
The CSE, which is represented countrywide through a branch network, will continue to support and empower the communities in which it operates.