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CTC donates relief items to flood victims


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Responding to the recent flood disaster, Ceylon Tobacco Company PLC (CTC) and its employees promptly took action to donate relief items to those affected. 

“As a company that has been a part of Sri Lanka for over a century and stood by the country during its most difficult of times, we felt the need to come together once more to support our Sri Lankan citizens in this hour of need,” said CTC’s CEO Michael Koest.Relief items including dry rations and sanitary goods were distributed to over 2,500 affected families in the North-Western Province, which was one of the worst affected by the recent floods with almost 50,500 individuals directly impacted.


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