July 22, 2015

Ruparelia Group, Rotary Club Int’l, in free Medical Treatment Partnership Drive

In a bid to promote private public partnership in health, Ruparelia Group in partnership with Kololo Rotary Club International have provided free medical treatment to thousands of patients who flocked to Rushorooza Health Centre II, in Ntungamo District, on Saturday.

Patients camping at Rushooka Health Center II to recieve   free treatment in Ntungamo District (Photo by Stuart Yiga)
Patients camping at Rushooka Health Center II to recieve free treatment in Ntungamo District (Photo by Stuart Yiga)

 

At the three days medical camp, Rajiv Ruparelia and Sheena Ruparelia on behalf of the Ruparelia Group vowed to continue giving a helping hand to the needy country mate through partnering with other companies and individuals so as to change and give hope to people.

“We aim at proving the needy with access to free medical services as a sign of appreciation especially to whoever supports us in developing our several businesses which include; Crane bank, Kampala Parents, Delhi Public International, Kampala International School, Victoria University, among others,” said Sheena Ruparelia.

Meanwhile, Sister Marlene Webler who is in charge of Mother Francisca Lechner-Rushooka Health Centre II commended the Ruparelia Group, Kololo Rotary Club’s Gaston Muramira, Biomedics Products firm, Rural Electrification Agency, Pro Biz Consult, National Drug Authority, Surgi Pharmaceuticals, Fair Africa, among others, for their enormous contribution towards improving the health status of their area residents.

Sister Marlene Webbler (L) posing with Crane Bank   Directors at Rushooka Health Centre II. in  Ntungamo District (Photo by   Stuart Yiga) (1)
Sister Marlene Webbler (L) posing with Crane Bank Directors at Rushooka Health Centre II. in Ntungamo District (Photo by Stuart Yiga) (1)
Patients camping at Rushooka Health Center II to recieve   free treatment in Ntungamo District (Photo by Stuart Yiga)
Patients camping at Rushooka Health Center II to recieve free treatment in Ntungamo District (Photo by Stuart Yiga)

 

Ntungamo health camp was also boosted by Mulago Western health Students Association (MWEHESA) During the health camp, area residents benefits various medical services which included among others; free screening services for diabetes, cancer and blood pressure, Ophthalmology, and dental. In his speech, Ntungamo Crane bank manager, Gavale Ashish told Red pepper that, helping the financially disadvantaged and any charity activity, will always be on their daily menu/

Enable Notifications    Ok No thanks