Jul 06, 2021
Amret provides materials for use in the library of the National Institute of Social Affairs
Amret is a micro-finance institution which was established in 1991.
On the morning of June 3, 2015, an Amret delegation led by Mrs Heng Sotheavy, head of marketing and representative of Amret CEO Mr Chea Phallarin, along with the help of colleagues, distributed supplies to be used in the library of the National Institute of Social Affairs.
The supplies included four tables and desks, 10 chairs, four filing cabinets, five clocks and 100 t-shirts for the students who were studying at the institute. H.E. Saneth Wathana, director of the National Institute of Social Affairs, expressed his gratitude to Amret for its generosity by providing the library supplies for daily use at the institute. He promised to take good care of the supplies for a longer use.
The institute was established in late 2011 by a sub-decree as proposed by the Ministry of Social Affairs, Veterans and Youth Rehabilitation and in an agreement with the Ministry of Education, Youth and Sports.
Wathana was thankful and hopeful that Amret would continue providing such supplies and other appropriate materials for the benefit of the institute in response to its needs.
On the same occasion, and on behalf of the CEO, Sotheavy was expressed gratitude for being able to help the institute.
“Amret will continue to help the institute as much as possible,” she said.
“Participation in social activities is a necessary part of Amret. Amret highly values education because is very important for everyone in order to participate in the development of human resources, which in turn contribute to the development of the country and a brighter future.”
Finally, she urged the students to study hard in order to attain knowledge and skills. For students who wished to work in the financial field, she urged them to consider a career with Amret.
Later on, Sotheavy handed over all the materials to the institute. Wathana was very grateful for the donated materials.
To end the event, gathered monks, Wathana, Sotheavy and all the students posed together for memorial photos.