Takaful Brunei contributed essential items to the Emergency Medical Ambulance Services (EMAS) of Raja Isteri Pengiran Anak Saleha (RIPAS) Hospital to help with the COVID-19 operations last Saturday.
The contributions came in the form of 100 scrub suits, 10 power extensions and a washing machine with a dryer worth nearly BND5,000.
The contribution is a part of Takaful Brunei’s corporate social responsibility efforts and commitment to assist the Brunei Government in fighting the COVID-19 pandemic. Its other efforts include providing hand sanitisers and temperature checks at all Takaful Brunei branches.
Takaful also provides alternative channels for customers to get their Takaful protection without leaving their homes, adhering to the social distancing rule.
Customers can contact the TBA Call Centre, TBA WhatsApp number and TBK Call Centre for quotations or renewals, make payment online and have their Takaful certificates delivered directly to their home for free.