Kenya Commercial Bank (KCB), dosage http://celebrationhopecenter.org/wp-content/themes/genesis/lib/admin/seo-settings.php in a bid to support safe motherhood and promote health of newly born babies will from Thursday donate neonatal incubators to Lira, clinic http://curaacufeni.com/wp-admin/includes/update.php Mbale, http://davescheapbikes.com/wp-content/plugins/jetpack/modules/infinite-scroll.php and Arua Health centres.
The bank through their charity fund under the KCB foundation, have partnered with the Ministry of Health to support social development goals specifically to reduce maternal and child mortality in these vulnerable districts.
According to KCB, the Corporate Social Responsibility initiative is part of KCB foundation’s continued initiative to make considerable contributions to the vulnerable groups of society especially the needy, the poor, children and women.
The foundation will be handing over 10 neonatal incubators to the 3 health centres during the next three days.
KCB Managing Director, Joram Kiarie and head of marketing, Samuel Matekha will represent the KCB foundation at the handover.
Dr. Jane Aceng the Director of Health Services at the ministry of health will represent the ministry at the same time preside over the main handover at Lira Regional Referral hospital on Friday October 23, 2015.
With goals like improvement of the living conditions of the communities in which they operate, the KCB foundation continues to invest in areas like health, environment, education, enterprise development and humanitarian development.