Puma Energy supports rescue operations for flood victims in Mozambique

Puma Energy apoia operações de resgate às vítimas das cheias em Moçambique

Puma Energy Mozambique has been supporting rescue operations for flood victims in southern Mozambique by donating fuel and lubricants for boats and vehicles involved in helping the most affected populations.

The company has been coordinating this aid in partnership with the brand's dealership in Matola-Rio, due to its proximity to Boane, one of the areas hardest hit by the heavy rainfall in recent weeks.

Mozambique is going through the rainy season and the heavy rainfall has mainly affected people in the south of the country, leaving behind a trail of destruction with thousands homeless and dozens of fatalities, according to government figures. Official figures also show that more than 15,000 people have been rescued from critical areas.

"Puma Energy could not remain indifferent to the dramatic situation that many Mozambican families are experiencing at this time due to the floods," said Danilo Correia, General Manager of Puma Energy Mozambique.

"We are aware that the availability of fuel is essential so that rescue operations can take place as quickly as possible on the ground, which is why we showed our solidarity from the outset," he said.

This initiative is in line with Puma Energy's values, the brand's human spirit and its mission to work with and support the communities in which it operates.

By providing fuel and lubricants for the relief operations and as a responsible company committed to Mozambique, Puma Energy Mozambique aimed to help minimize the impact of this disaster on the affected populations as much as possible.  

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