BY MAVIS NISHIMURA PODOKOLO
THE Bank of South (BSP) in Solomon Islands has called on businesses operating in the country to wear something pink in aid of Pinktober.
The call was made in a press interview with the BSP Country Manager David Anderson last week in Honiara.
Manger Anderson said Pink Ribbon Charity works on escalating breast cancer alertness across the Solomon Islands as it has become one foremost medical concern which women and girls of this nation and the hospital workers are currently facing today.
Anderson adds for these reason workers are encouraged to wear something pink in spreading breast cancer awareness in Solomon Islands.
He said hence BSP calls on all business operating in the country to support this charity and encourage their employees.
With that is pleased to recommend that BSP staff in the country will be celebrating Pinktober again this year on October 26.
Anderson further explains as part of this celebration they will wear pink and donate $10 to First lady Pink Ribbon Charity in which BSP will tie workers donation on a $ for $ basis.