Pakistan Haveli O&M Project organized the Eid al-Adha donation activity

2022-07-21


In order to further enhance the local influence of Pakistan Haveli O&M Project in Pakistan and promote the cultural exchanges between the project and the local people, on July 15, 2022, when the Id al-Adjha was approaching, the project organized the Eid al-Adha donation activity to send warmth to 20 lonely elderly people and poor families in the villages around the power plant.
On that morning, Mr. Jamil, the Pakistani deputy manager of the project, led the staff of the Administration Department and the owner to carry out the activity in the surrounding villages of the project. The village head and villagers participated in the activity.
Mr. Jamil said: "Our friends from China, the O&M team of the Haveli Power Plant, whose success of the O&M work is inseparable from the support of the surrounding governments and people. Now the Id al-Adjha is coming, the leaders of the project are always concerning about the nearby villagers, and the company will do everything in its power to provide assistance and promote local economic development. We wish China-Pakistan friendship will last forever.” Finally, Mr. Jamil offered condolences to the villagers in need and sent condolences such as grain and oil to them on behalf of the company.
The activity further enhanced the company's brand image and influence, increased the pride and sense of belonging of local Pakistani employees, created a strong atmosphere of friendship between China and Pakistan, and facilitated the smooth development of subsequent O&M work. 
Pakistan Haveli O&M Project was established in 2018. From the early stage of O&M, the project has been vigorously promoting the localized business strategy, provided more than 300 long-term fixed positions, and had business contacts with 105 local suppliers, indirectly drove the employment of more than 1,000 people in Pakistan's production materials logistics, equipment accessories, materials supply, and logistics guarantee supply, and a total of about 3,500 short-term temporary workers were employed in surrounding villages due to maintenance or temporary work in the past four years, which provided an indispensable role in the development of the local community.