MVA Fund Donates to Botswana Police Services
Motor Vehicle Accident Fund donated refreshments worth over P50 000 to the Botswana Police Services recently, as support towards roadside campaigns for the upcoming festive season.The patnership between BPS and MVA Fund comes a very long way as they are both charged with the responsibility to promote road safety in the country.
When handing over the donations, Motor Vehicle Accident Fund CEO, Mr Michael Tlhagwane said the gifts are essential for the road side campaigns as there is increased movement of travellers and road users visiting their relatives at different destinations for the holidays.Mr Tlhagwane further mentioned that the donations were intended to boost the morale and motivate police officers deployed during the festive season.He further indicated that on average about 82 people perished annually during the months of November and December from the year 2015 to 2019 due to road accidents.
For her part Deputy Commissioner responsible for Police Operations Ms Dinah Marathe highlighted that both MVA Fund and BPS have a common mandate and in preceding years have been engaged in joint roadside campaigns in efforts to curb the escalating road accidents and fatalities.She also pointed that the refreshments which included ,Energy Drinks,Bottles of Water and Packets of Raisins amongst others were to be distributed accordingly to engaged officers.
PUBLIC NOTICE TEMPORARY CLOSURE OF RAIL PARK MVA FUND OFFICE The public is informed that the Motor Vehicle Accident Fund Rail Park Office will be closed from the 30th March 2020 until further notice. The closure is a necessary health precautionary measure which is in line with Government interventions to protect employees and members of the public against the possible risk of exposure to Covid 19 (Corona virus). For any services required, please contact 3188533/ 71326263 or visit the MVA Fund Head Office located at Fairgrounds Office Park, Plot 50367. Any inconvenience is highly regretted. KITSISO YA SECHABA GO TSWALWA KA NAKWANA GA OFISI YA MVA FUND - RAIL PARK Sechaba se itsisiwe fa ofisi ya MVA Fund- Rail Park, e tlaa tswalwa Mopitlo a le 30, 2020 go fitlhelela sebaka se se tlaa bolelwang. Se ke maiteko a go sala morago dikgakololo tsa Puso go babalela babereki le sechaba kgatlhanong le kgonagalo ya go amiwa ke Covid 19 (Mogare wa Corona). Go bona dithuso, sechaba se kopiwa go leletsa mogala wa 3188533/71326263 kgotsa go etela ofisi kgolo ya MVA Fund ko Fairgrounds Office Park, Plot 50367. Re maswabi ka kgoreletsego epe e e ka nnang teng.
MVA Fund CEO Officiates at the Ngami DHMT Excellence awards 24 May 2019; Maun The MVA Fund CEO Mr. Michael Tlhagwane officiated at the Ngami District Health Management Team excellence awards held on the 24th May 2019 under the theme “Recognizing and rewarding excellence, the pillar and stimulant of productivity”. The theme was crafted through a healthy competition amongst the staff under the spirit of team work and shared vision. The theme called for the workforce to recognise excellence in their everyday professional lives and at the same time encourages the leadership to ensure that the workforce is motivated to drive innovation and productivity in the workplace. The event aimed at promoting the importance of Innovation and sustained quality service delivery. It was also a day to reflect on both the challenges experienced over the years, but importantly celebrate the positive gains made as the district strives to implement the overall Ministry of Health and Wellness vision of “A Healthy nation by 2023”.
Mr. Tlhagwane stated that in an era of dwindling resources but increasing expectations from our customers, one cannot therefore separate organisational success from customer satisfaction. A highly efficient productive organisation will be reflected through customer satisfaction. “It is therefore imperative that for Botswana to achieve development and see improvement in the above, we need to start with our people management. Appreciation of those who drive service delivery is a cornerstone to building shared vision hence keeping the drivers of success motivated. It is therefore commendable that Ngami DHMT has found it fitting to take time to recognise their own drivers of change. Human resources are vital to an effective health care system. From an economics viewpoint, health workers’ salaries make up a great share of health budgets in most countries. The health worker is the gatekeeper of the health system, determining the overall vitality of any community. Poorly motivated health workers can have a negative impact on individual facilities, an entire health system and communities” stated Mr. Tlhagwane In conclusion he congratulated those recognised by receiving awards and motivated those not receiving the awards to improve their individual performance. He encouraged all to work as a team and leverage on each other’s capabilities to build Ngami