The 2019 Tiba Kwa Wote Free Medical Camp was held on 27th of April at Bethany Dome, Nanyuki. The event aims to provide free services to the community including eye checkups, dental checkups, nutritional counselling, physiotherapy consultation, BMI tests, laboratory tests, clinical consultation among others. This year's medical camp was held in collaboration with Bethany Ministries and sponsored by National Bank.
National Bank is a leading Commercial Bank listed on Kenya's Nairobi Securities Exchange, which was established in 1968 to provide Kenyans with access to finance. The bank provides Corporate, Personal and Islamic Banking services with an extensive portfolio of products and financial solutions tailored for the requirements of its broad spectrum of customer segments. Tha Bank last year celebrated 50 years since inception where they have been impacting generations positively. As part of being a responsible corporate citizen, the Bank participates in Sustainable activities geared towards improving the plight of the bank's customers and sorrounding. Under the pillars of Health and Vulnerable members of the society, the Banks supports the Tiba Kwa Wote Annual initiative. This is a noble program geared towards improving the quality of health of the community by offering free screening and medication on the open day.
The Outspan Hospital and Outspan Medical College hosted this year's Youth and Adolescents Open Day at the OMC grounds. The event saw close to 400 youth from various colleges and universities including Kenya Medical Training College, Dedan Kimathi University of Technology, Kagumo Teachers Training College, Nyeri National Polytechnic among others in attendance. The guest speaker of the day Mr. Tatenda Chikwekwe gave a great speech on this year's theme "Jitambue, Jikubali" which emphasizes on identifying and acccepting oneself. We appreciate all the youth, guests and speakers who graced this year's occassion and participated in the Mental Health Awareness Walk across Nyeri town later on.
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