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Written: 10 August 2017

Nambawan Super officers in branches around the country continue to conduct awareness on Superannuation and it’s Products and Services to members in both rural and urban centres.

A non-government organisation vibrantly involved in the delivery of basic health and education to the people of Madang was visited upon invitation by NSL Staff in Madang recently.
A member awareness presentation was held at the Bilia Seventh Day Adventist (SDA) Conference Hall in Madang to seventy (70) teachers from the local SDA Church Education Agency. The visit by Nambawan Super to teachers from the Church Education Agency is the first of its kind and was welcomed overwhelmingly by the teachers.

In the East Sepik Province, Wewak based Nambawan Super Staff were invited to conduct a one hour presentation to Wewak General Hospital Sta during their Induction Training in early May.

The 150 participants were astonished with the products and services provided by Nambawan Super to maximise benefits for members.

Products such as Savings & Loans, Housing Advance, Voluntary Contribution and services such as the Nambawan Discount Program, Membership ID cards and Call Centre upgrade to World Class Standard are always on the agenda during member awareness presentations.

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