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Karcher donates cleaning equipment to SOS Children’s Village

Orphaned children from ethnic groups around Laos seek help from SOS Children’s Villages in search of a better life, where disadvantaged children are well taken care of and given an education.


Karcher cleaning equipment is given to staff at the SOS Children’s Village Vientiane.


SOS welcomes any support from interested sponsors and donors and encourages as many people as possible to assist in the upkeep and development of Children’s Villages.


Director of SOS Children’s Village Vientiane, Mr Southana Sisoulath said generous assistance from members of the public and businesses is most welcome and will be used to help build families for children in need. This support helps children to shape their futures and share in the development of their communities.


“We try to ensure that the basic rights of children are adhered to by providing them with the means to develop into productive citizens,” Mr Southana said.

The Karcher cleaning equipment company has donated equipment worth more than 735,824 Thai baht (about 478 million kip) to staff at the SOS Children’s Village Vientiane.


The CEO of Smartklin Company Limited, Mr Phonesavanh Xaypanya, handed over the cleaning equipment to the Director of the SOS Children’s Village Vientiane, Mr Southana Sisoulath. Managing Director of SmartKlin Co., Ltd., Mr Phonesavanh Xaypany, presented a certificate of honour to Karcher, which read “SOS Children’s Village Vientiane hereby confers this certificate upon Alfred Karcher SE & Co. KG in recognition of the benevolent contribution of Karcher cleaning equipment to SOS Children’s Village Vientiane.”


Karcher donates to charities in nearly every country in the world.

Alfred Kärcher SE & Co. KG is a worldwide operation and is known for its high-pressure cleaners, floor care equipment, parts cleaning systems, wash water treatment, military decontamination equipment, and window vacuum cleaning.

Thousands of children, both those living in SOS Children’s Villages and the children of local residents, have studied at the Villages’ schools, he added.







News from Vientiane Times

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