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Prime Minister Bruce Golding has received a donation of US$300,000 from the Government of India for the Bustamante Hospital for Children. The presentation was made by the High Commissioner for India, His Excellency Mohinder Singh Grover.
Accepting the donation at Jamaica House on Wednesday, August 11, Mr. Golding noted that the funding will go a far way towards enabling the dedicated staff of the hospital to better serve the welfare of the children under their care.

Prime Minister the Hon. Bruce Golding(right) accepts a cheque of US$300,000 from the High Commissioner of Indian, His Excellency Mohinder Singh Grover.

Prime Minister Bruce Golding accepting a donation of US$300,000 from the Government of India through its High Commissioner, Mohinder Singh Grover.
Noting the value of the gift, South East Regional Health Authority Chairman, Mr. Tanny Shirley, said that the donation was specifically for medicine and equipment, areas where there is heavy demand.
The Chief Executive Officer of the Bustamate hospital, Ms. Beverley Needham, expressed appreciation for the generous donation and said the funds will be used to benefit the children.

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