As Eastern Produce Malawi (EPM) Limited continues with its Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) today, Thursday officially handed over a MK25 million Victim Support Unit at Thyolo Police Station.
Commissioner of Police for South East Region Chikondi Chingaza who recieved the facility on behalf of the Malawi Police Service (MPS) said that this is the kind partnership which MPS expects.
"This structure is very crucial in prevention and management of Gender Based Violence (GBV)cases and we thank EPM management through you, Mr. Reynolds, the company Managing Director for building this facility at this police station," said Commissioner Chingaza.
Taking his turn, Senior Chief Nchiramwera of Thyolo asked other stakeholders to emulate EPM's gesture. 

"We need your financial support to renovate or even construct new district police offices or units in the district," said the Senior Chief.
Both Commissioner Chingaza and Senior Chief Nchiramwera said the police officers are operating in old infrastructures which are in poor and demotivating states hence their call for partners to support MPS in infrastructural development.
EPM Managing Director, David Reynolds indicated that apart from establishing grievance policies and empowering their women staff through education scholarships, the VSU symbolises their firm stance against Gender Based Violence (GBV) in the district.