During the launch of the UB Africa Medical Centre, the children and the Board members were invited to be part of the historic event graced by the office of the Cabinet Secretary for Public Service, Gender and Youth Affairs where the children were recognized by the day’s Chief Guest for their exemplary performance and encouraged the board of management to nurture their talents.
The Guest also appreciated the Helping Hand in particular and the board for the good work they are doing in supporting the vulnerable children.
The children benefited from free Medical check-ups during the UB Africa Medical Centre launch and were checked on a wide spectrum of health conditions as part of their Corporate Social Responsibility for the Children’s .
We are excited that Mrs. Lydia Kinyua was nominated by the community to seat in the UB AFRICA medical board. This show the level of impact made by the Ngamwaza in today’s society through the noble initiative and support given by Helping Hand.