Uganda Baati donates roofing sheets worth UGX51M to North Ankole Mission Hospital

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Uganda Baati Limited, a member of the Safal Group, has donated January 15, 2023 donated 700 roofing sheets and all other accessories worth UGX 51,000,000 towards the construction of North Ankole Mission Hospital, being constructed by North Ankole Diocese, Rushere Town Council, Kiruhura District.

The hospital project that was started in 2020 is expected to be completed by 2023.

A team from Uganda Baati Ltd and North Ankole Diocese pose for a group photo shortly after service(PHOTO/Courtesy)

Once complete, the North Ankole Mission Hospital will enable the Diocese to deliver health services to the people of Kiruhura, Kazo, Ibanda districts and surrounding areas as a support structure to the Government hospital of Mbarara Regional Referral Hospital.

The hospital will have a 55-bed capacity and will offer services including but not limited to maternity and pediatric services, a neonatal intensive care unit, TB and HIV treatment, Intensive Care Unit (ICU), High Dependency Unit (HDU), and Dental services, among others.

The donation is one way under the health pillar that Uganda Baati Limited gives back to the community around its business operations and the country at large.
While speaking at the event, George Arodi, the Chief Executive of Uganda Baati, noted that serving a healthy community is productive.

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Uganda Baati Ltd CEO George Arodi speaking during the service(PHOTO/Courtesy)

“These initiatives go a long way in changing the lives of our communities as a business; we are happy to partner with the Archdiocese of North Ankole and western Uganda as a whole and hope that the hospital will ease access to health care,” he said.

Rt Rev. Stephen Namanya, the Bishop of North Ankole Diocese appreciated Uganda Baati’s donation saying it will go a long way in ensuring they achieve the development project in the diocese.

“A big thank you to the leadership of Uganda Baati for fulfilling the great commission of uplifting the health standards of the people of North Ankole Diocese,” said Bishop Namanya.

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George Arodi (Left), the Chief Executive of Uganda Baati and Rt Rev. Stephen Namanya (2nd Left), the Bishop of North Ankole Diocese and  Ian Rumanyika (Right), Head of External and Corporate Affairs at Uganda Baati in a group photo

He added that, “The North Ankole Mission Hospital will be a one-stop specialised health facility that will reduce the health problems of the rural poor and underprivileged populations in the region projected to rise to 1,049,357.”
Over many years, Uganda Baati Limited and SAFAL Group have developed a systematic and structured approach to Corporate Social Investments (CSI) based on our core values.

In November last year, a second Uganda Baati community clinic was opened in Tororo district, aimed at offering free and subsidised health services to the surrounding communities.

Mr Arodi called upon all other corporate organisations to be responsible and support the social and economic development of the country through such initiatives. “We shall continue supporting the Ugandan community to uplift their lives, through our corporate social investment agenda, under four pillars, namely, health, education, shelter and the environment” he added.

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