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Donation of PPE Material
Quarter 1 1 Apr 2021

Donation of PPE Material

Nairobi, Thika, Kiambu, Kayole, Nakuru, Naivasha

Stanbic Bank through the Stanbic Kenya Foundation visited various counties, targeting vulnerable communities and health facilities to donate PPEs as part of the foundation's COVID-19 response initiatives.


The first hospital was St. Matia Mulumba Mission Hospital in Thika. While addressing the hospital, Pauline Mbayah, the Head of Stanbic Foundation said, "The Stanbic Kenya Foundation is built around a partnerships model. It is the only way for us to be able to drive impact at the right level to the community".

The PPEs were received by the Sister in charge of the administration of the hospital Sister Celine together with a team of medics from the hospital. While acknowledging the bank's donation, Sister Celine said, "Stanbic's donation is quite timely given the recent rise in COVID-19 cases and the need to protect both staff and patients. The hospital has in the past had to delay salaries to prioritize the purchase of PPEs."

The Stanbic Foundation team proceeded to Nazareth hospital in Kiambu County to donate more PPE which included: surgical masks, latex gloves, and protective overalls for use in the isolation treatment wards for Covid-19.

Grace Home Clinic Banana Hill also received PPE materials. It is a start-up SME, which is about 5 years old, a facility that handles Out-Patient and Maternity cases.

This exercise was in partnership with the Kenya Healthcare Federation and the Kenya Conference of Catholic Bishops.

Stanbic Foundation continues to invest in corporate social investment initiatives and is committed to putting people first, supporting SMEs and the well-being of society.