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General Alliance Insurance Limited partners Sustain Green Campaign in Kuyenda Chokhala Promotion

DEAL DONE: The signing ceremony of the partnership

As one way of combating effects of climate change, General Alliance Insurance Limited has partnered with Sustain Green Campaign to sensitize the general public and provide solutions on issues of climate change in the country.

The campaign will be done under a newly launched promotion called Kuyenda Chokhala where motor customers will be buying motor insurance from the company.

Corporate Affairs Manager at General Alliance Insurance Limited, Pamela Mazengera said the partnership will see every premium purchased during the promotion contributing to 10 trees to Sustain Green Campaign aiming at reducing climate change in the country.

“We sell car insurance and cars provide carbon dioxide which pollute the environment and planting trees is one way of saving nature and for us, this is very important. We seek to create a safe environment for all Malawians and giving back to the community.

“The promotion is targeting both third party and comprehensive customers are advised to maintain and gain more clients in the General Alliance Insurance Limited motor policy and different prices are expected to be won ,”She said.

Public Relations Officer for Sustain Green Campaign, Christina Mabvuto, has called on the general public to take part in preserving the environment by planting more trees. “There are simple ways for Malawians to take care of the environment and the Sustain Green Campaign encourages every member of the public to take up an initiative to preserve the environment. These activities include; planting trees in your free time since the trees play a pivotal role in omitting carbon dioxide from the environment thereby supplying clean air to be inhaled. Among others, volunteering for cleanups in your community,” she said.

With the Kuyenda Chokhala Promotion, the Sustain Green Campaign expects to further educate the public on the current environmental status quo of the country and encourage the inhabitants to plant more trees.

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