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Janashakthi joins national fight against H1N1 virus

Janashakthi Insurance PLC recently joined the country-wide battle against the dreaded H1N1 virus by sponsoring a range of community oriented activities to further enhance public awareness in this regard.
The main focus of this multi-faceted campaign was the residents of the Kandy, Pilimatalawa,
Nawalapitiya, Gampola, Digana, Katugastota, Manikhinna, Thambuththegama, Anuradhapura,
Thalawa, Galenbindunuwewa and Madawachchiya areas who were educated on the dos and donts one needed to know, to control and handle the flu, according to a company statement.

Thousands of especially designed leaflets were distributed by the staff of Janashakthi Insurance PLC at bus stands, hospitals, public car parks, post offices, outside schools and banks, thus reaching out to several thousand people from different walks of life. Complementing this were tri-lingual messages relayed through public address systems at vantage points. Specially conceived street dramas were also enacted in these areas which proved to be highly successful in effectively taking the message across to the general public.

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