NMB Continues CSR Drive in HAI

NMB Continues CSR Drive in HAI

Mkuu wa wilaya ya Hai mkoa wa Kilimanjaro,Lengai Ole Sabaya(kushoto)akipokea sehemu ya msaada wa vifaa tiba na mashuka kutoka kwa Meneja wa benki ya NMB Kanda ya Kaskazini,Aikansia Muro kwaajili ya Zahanati ya Kyeeri Kata ya Machame Magharibi vyenye thamani ya Sh 10 milioni kulia ni Kaimu Afisa Mawasiliano wa NMB upande wa serikali,Yodas Mwanakatwe.

NMB bank  has donated  medical equipments  at the Kyeeri Village Clinic, Machame West Ward ,Hai district in  Kilimanjaro region with a value of Sh 10 million.

Handing over those equipments,NMB Northern Zone  Manager, Aikansia Muro said current health sector challenges being faced by wananchi led NMB to give priority in trying to reduce them. Health is one of the  main pillars of development for any nation in the world.

“We recognize government efforts towards improving  health and education sectors in terms of building more capacity in urban and more especially rural areas as well as  providing  free education.

“Although the government is doing a lot  but  we as stakeholders are responsible for supporting the development efforts to the community that has contributed in making us  the largest bank in entire  country with a 229 branch network, over 7000 Wakalas reaching every corner in the country, ” said Muro.

She added that for several years NMB has been supporting  various development projects by focusing on education projects for purchasing desks, wood building materials, iron sheets for roofing  as well as the health sector where we support with hospital beds, sheeets, mattresses and delivery kits.

 Hai District Commissioner , Lengai Ole Sabaya thanked NMB for the support, saying it  would reduce long distance travelled by Hai residents  to pursue quality health care services and ofcourse increase access to  safe delivery services for women.

He said the only way to show gratitude to the bank is to support it in their activities and  asked  villagers  to utilize the bank services.

The District Medical Officer, Dr. Irene Haule, said in collaboration with various development partners will tackle challenges in order to improve health sector including the shortage of health workers,also added that  support will help more than 4,000  villagers in Kyeeri and Tindigani .

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