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A HOSPITAL in Africa can keep saving lives, thanks to transport logistics firm PSP.

The Segensworth firm worked with Friends of Kagando to transport an electricity generator to Kagando Hospital in West Uganda, which has to rely on inconsistent power.

The generator was donated by Lister Petter, while PSP bought a container for it to be shipped in and arranged its transport free of charge.

Frank Dixie, the firm’s managing director, said: ‘We have worked with Friends of Kagando before and know that their extraordinary work is vital to supporting the hospital. When they approached us and said they needed help in getting these goods delivered, it was clear that our answer would be yes.’

The generator was shipped out on February 28.