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Heritage Expediciones celebrates 15 years with CSR

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Heritage Expediciones Ltd. completed 15 years on 1 July 2018.This is indeed a milestone in their journey of being one of the best Destination Management Companies in Sri Lanka. During this period they have embarked on many CSR projects but this is very special since it originated through one of their very own staff members Poojitha Perera who has been with them for three years. She developed complications during her pregnancy and gave birth prematurely. The baby received treatment at the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit of Ward 23 (University Paediatric Unit) Colombo North Teaching Hospital, Ragama. The need for a new T-piece Resuscitaire was identified at this time and they made this donation on 14 June. Here the team from Heritage Expediciones donating the Neo-1 T-piece resuscitaire to Ward 23 of the Ragama Hospital. Dr. Ranmali Rodrigo (Consultant Neonatologist) and Dr. Vajira Dissanayake, the Deputy Director of the hospital accepted the donation.


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