Hemas FMCG Shield soap helps protect children | Sunday Observer

Hemas FMCG Shield soap helps protect children

30 August, 2020

Shield, the anti-bacterial and germ killing health soap launched by Hemas FMCG recently has again joined the nation’s journey in combating Covid-19.

Hemas FMCG successfully completed a range of initiatives during the past few months; a large quantity of Hemas FMCG personal care items including Shield products were donated to the Army for use in the Quarantine Centres, Shield hand sanitiser packs were distributed to officers-in-charge of the National Hospital of Sri Lanka, Colombo North Teaching Hospital in Ragama and District General Hospital, Negombo, while a large quantity of Shield soap packs were also presented to the Navy General Hospital, Welisara for use by frontline staff.

Hemas FMCG acknowledges the importance of supporting children return to education and normalcy by reopening schools in a phased manner. Authorities have also emphasised the habit of regular hand washing with clean water and soap in playing a crucial part in ensuring school communities have a safe and Covid-19 free environment.

Director Marketing at Hemas Manufacturing, Fiona Juriansz Munasinghe said, “Many parents are concerned about sending their children back to school. Our donation of Shield soap will provide schools the support to instill confidence in the parents and children that every possible effort is being made to ensure they can learn in a safe environment while keeping themselves protected.”

Sales Director at Hemas Manufacturing, Subir Chowdry said, “As a local company we are dedicated to supporting the nation and are fully geared to provide assistance to the Education Ministry in their endeavours to help children return to school.”