Debswana Restores Hope At Pudulogong

Debswana donates vehicle to podulogong PIC: KAGISO ONKATSWITSE
Debswana donates vehicle to podulogong PIC: KAGISO ONKATSWITSE

Diamond mining company, Debswana, restored mobility for students and teachers at the Pudulogong Rehabilitation and Development Trust For The Blind by donating a 25-seater mini bus on Friday.

Giving welcome remarks, the trust’s board chairman, Richard Letsatsi, who was evidently excited, told the gathering that even though Pudulogong had many challenges, one of them had for more than three years been transport.  He added that due to lack of transportation for their students, they could not fulfill their outreach targets.

“The combi that we had reached its lifespan. I have been praying for this mini bus.  As we know, it is a challenge to travel with visually impaired people using local transportation, which is also expensive for a non-profitable organisation like ours.

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