Finance company Moni Plus has recently shown its support to Port Moresby Nature Park’s Frog Research program.
Head of Sales & Marketing, Mr. Atish Das presented a cheque of K30,000 to the Park’s conservation efforts to secure New Guinea’s frog species against the likely catastrophic impacts of the Amphibian Chytrid Fungus.
The fungus currently recognised as the most significant example of emerging infectious diseases worldwide affecting frogs globally, with more than 40% of frog species now threatened with extinction and another 170 species considered to have already become extinct in the last 20 years.
Moni Plus Head of Sales & Marketing, Mr. Atish Das stating, “It has always been our aim to conduct ourselves as a good corporate citizen with social and environmental responsibilities, and that is what our sponsorship to the Port Moresby Nature Park is all about. It has certainly been a tough time for everyone throughout the COVID-19 period last year and we see this as an opportunity to give back to the community in a positive way.”
“In saying that, Moni Plus is always happy to support the Nature Park’s Frog Research Program and we are”.
Feature Pic: Port Moresby Nature Park’s General Manager, Mr David Thompson receiving a cheque of K30,000 from Moni Plus Head of Sales & Marketing, Mr. Atish Das, for the Park’s Frog Research Program. Credit: Port Moresby Nature Park