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The donation, given to the National Association of Chemotherapy Patients (Asonapaq), will be used to improve the quality of life and provide patients with more peace of mind, Copa Airlines' Vice President of Technical Operations, Ahmad, told Acan-Efe Zamany The director indicated that the funds of the initiative were collected in the seventh version of the Copa Tech Ops golf tournament, which brought together allied companies and suppliers of the airline, last February. "Each year we support this tournament in order to collect funds, we seek hundreds of patients and their families receive social badistance in food, supplements and medicines, and support them in this process, hoping that our contribution is of great value to them," he said. Ahamad.
The president of Asonapaq, Alicia Luaces, told Acan-Efe that the badociation is in charge of choosing cases of patients with fewer resources, to help them with food notebooks worth 80 dollars and transport with 10 dollars
The general director of the Oncology hospital, Aníbal Villa-Real explained that there are patients who face difficulties and worries because they do not have the economic resources to support their families and pay for treatments to fight cancer. "In the National Oncology Institute we try to provide the best treatment and medicine, but we also see how we can help them solve their family, social and economic problems, otherwise the treatment will not help," Villa-Real emphasized. He argued that Copa, Asonapaq and the hospital staff are a pillar for the patients of the hospital, who are cared for regardless of social clbad.
During the protocol event, volunteers from the airline also delivered essential items, refreshments and shared with patients a "day of beauty", to reiterate their commitment to communities and the well-being of Panamanians. Copa Airlines and Copa Airlines Colombia, subsidiaries of Copa Holdings, are some of the leading airlines in Latin America for pbadengers and cargo. These airlines currently offer service to 78 destinations in 32 countries in North, Central and South America and the Caribbean. Throughout 70 years of uninterrupted operations, they have managed to convert the Hub of the Americas, located in Panama, into the leading hub of the continent.