BY JOY OFASIA
THE Miss Solomon Islands 2019 pageant contestants have previously visited the Children’s Ward at the National Referral Hospital.
The purpose of the visit was to ensure the contestants donate gifts and exchange views with patients about the relevant health and environment issues affecting them and what they can do about it.
Registered Nurse and Sister in Charge of Children’s Ward, Anna Lofea said she was very happy to welcome 2019 pageant contestants and more especially for visiting the little children at the National Referral Hospital.
“As you know, there are very sick patients at the children’s ward and to be able to have their visitation at the ward was a blessing to both children and their parents,” Lofea said.
On behalf of the children, nurses, and parents of Children Ward, John Loveth thanked the group for their timely visit and gifts presented to them.
Miss Superstar Cooperation, Tiare Haro also appreciated their time to meet with the children, babies and their parents.
“I am very proud and humbled to have joined such a life-changing platform and to have the opportunity to meet with the children at the hospital,” Ms. Haro said.
The Solomon Islands contestants distributed gifts to the children’s ward and donated 4 bags of 20 kg Sol rice to the National Referal Hospital.