Last Thursday (13 August), Crossroads Maldives donated essential health supplies to support the Maldivian government’s efforts to contain the novel coronavirus outbreak.
The donation by Crossroads Maldives, developed and operated by S Hotels and Resorts, a subsidiary of Thailand’s leading developer Singha Estate, includes goggles, includes face shields, latex gloves, leg covers and sanitiser gel. It was delivered during an event held at Maldivian embassy in Bangkok, by Singha Estate chief executive Naris Cheyklin. Maldivian ambassador in Thailand Mohamed Jinah and deputy ambassador Huda Ali Shareef graciously received the donation.
Other attendees at the handover ceremony include Kathaleeya Lertpanyaroj, Vice President of Human Capital at Singha Estate, and Thiti Thongbenjamas, Chief Operating Officer at Crossroads Maldives and S Hotels and Resorts.
Crossroad Maldives is the only multi-island resort fully integrated leisure destination nestled among the breathtakingly exotic Kaafu Atoll and Emboodhoo Lagoon.It takes inspiration from the rich history of the Maldives as a hub of international adventure and trade. A stop-off point for a diverse range of traders, explorers and settlers from Asia, Europe, Africa and the Middle East – a true CROSSROADS of the globe where an incredible variety of colourful cultures meet and connect.
Ambassador @mhdjinah today participated at an event held by @SINGHA_ESTATE of #Thailand to receive a generous donation of PPE items & hand sanitizer, donated to the Gov. of #Maldives, as assistance in the government's efforts to control spread of #COVID19 in the Maldives. pic.twitter.com/RW1f4GJqyu— Maldives Embassy in Thailand (@MDVinThailand) August 13, 2020