Mozzart donates ICU equipment worth Ksh 1.5 million to Dandora 1 Health Center in Nairobi
FOOTBALL By Standard Sports | January 20th 2021
Leading gaming company Mozzart on Tuesday 19th January donated Intensive Care Unit (ICU) medical equipment worth Ksh 1.5 million to Dandora 1 Health Center in Nairobi as part of its ongoing Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) initiative named “Supporting Our Healthcare Facilities.”
Donated equipment include hospital beds, patient monitors, oxygen concentrators, incubators and bedside trolleys.
James Muema, the doctor in charge of the facility thanked Mozzart for the donations.
“We are very pleased to have you here and appreciate your kind donations. We have received them with a clean heart and assure you we are going to use them to improve service delivery,” Dr. James Muema said,
“We did not have any oxygen concentrators, incubators and patient monitors and now that we have them, we are really going to improve our service delivery especially during emergencies. We thank Mozzart for stepping in and helping the Dandora community.” He added.
Peter Mugui, the Medical Officer in charge of Kasarani Sub County and Embakasi North, also echoed Muema’s sentiments.
“Most organizations only donate to private facilities but I have seen Mozzart going all over the country donating very vital equipment to the most deserving public health centers and that is really good,” he said,
“Oxygen concentrators and patient monitors are very key in the fight against Covid-19 and all the other equipment donated today will improve service delivery in this facility. Many patients from within this community that were being referred to other better equipped hospitals will now access the same services here and that is great. Thank you Mozzart for the noble job you are doing in the Kenyan communities,” he added.
June Jemutai, Mozzart’s Corporate Social Responsibility Representative (CSR) and Internal Control assured that the company will continue supporting more public health centers.
“We’ve been concerned with public healthcare especially after Covid-19 started affected the daily livelihoods of Kenyans and we have donated a lot crucial medical equipment all very over the country.
This is the primary focus of our CSR programs and our promise to Kenyans is that we will not let you down and will continue supporting you,” she concluded.
Between November 2020 and now, fifteen different hospitals have received essential medical equipment courtesy of Mozzart.
The facilities include Mama Lucy Kibaki Hospital, Pumwani Maternity Hospital, Ngara Health Centre, Chemolingot Sub County Hospital, Mathare North Health Centre, Kahawa West Health Centre, Kayole 1 Health Centre, Kayole 2 Sub County Hospital, Nyamache Sub-County Referral Hospital, Rachuonyo County Hospital and now Dandora 1 Health Center. More hospitals around the country are lined up to benefit in coming weeks.