Life is wealth and so, when one lives a chance to a normal sight, he/she can easily enjoy having the ability to see and also decide on the nature of opportunity to take on to determine his/her future.
In a bid to give back to its esteemed customers and as part of celebrating their 20 years of existence, Crane bank has partnered with Rotary Club of Kololo to offering free eye camp screening. According to the organizers, under this initiative, the big focus shall be put on people who have got eye problems that require general screening, for cases like; Cataract detection, Surgery, among other complications, but at a no pay.
The exercise is scheduled to kick off from 21st -23rd August, at Kampala Parents School. Besides, on Monday, 10th August, 2015 a pre-screening exercise kicked off at the respective Regional Hospital Eye clinics across the country. The pre-screening is expected to end this Friday, 14th August, 2015, at all the approved 21, hospital eye clinics which include; Rubaga hospital, Arua hospital, Ruharo hospital-Mbarara, Entebbe hospital, Our Lady of Fatima Erussi Health Centre III-Nebbi, Fort portal hospital, Namayumba Health Centre, Gulu hospital, Nsambya hospital, Jinja hospital, Nakasongola Health Centre, Kamuli hospital, Naguru hospital, Kasangati hospital, Mulago hospital, Kayunga hospital, Mpigi health centre IV, Lira hospital, Mubende hospital, Masaka hospital and Soroti hospital, respectively.
Free eye screening camp is now one of the many social responsibilities that Ruparelia Group of Companies under the chairmanship of Dr. Sudhir Ruparelia has given a boost. Recently, the bank engaged in blood donation campaign that aimed at helping the suffering children in the Northern Uganda and other parts of the country.
Further still, a Month ago, Crane Bank still in collaboration with Kololo Rotary Club International, rendered free medical treatment to thousands of needy patients of Rushorooza Health Centre II, in Ntungamo District.