Wednesday, 14 October 2015

KCB donates Rwf8m-worth kit to mothers in Mahama camp

KCB donates Rwf8m-worth kit to mothers in Mahama campAt least 147 Burundian refugee mothers, who have recently given birth in Mahama camp in Kirehe District, have received sanitation materials, including mattresses, food, clothing and hygiene kit worth Rwf8m.  

The donation was delivered on Friday by KCB Foundation – the bank’s arm in charge of investment in community, in partnership with Vision 2020 FC.   Vision 2020 FC is non-profit organisation established to promote social and commercial relationships through sports among the senior citizens of the country.  

According to Maurice Toroitich, the KCB managing director, who flagged the donation at IPRC-East, the support was given to mothers identified as the most “vulnerable group raising babies under arduous conditions”.   The camp currently accommodates 32,599 Burundian refugees of which 147 gave birth from the camp.  

“KCB Foundation is committed to supporting local communities. Investing in improvement of these communities is part of our fabric as an institution. Therefore, standing with them is our responsibility,” he said. Read More...


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