Jubilee Insurance donates Ksh 3m to Beyond Zero Marathon

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Jubilee insurance through its “Maisha FiTi” product portfolio has donated three million Kenya shillings for mobilisation of medical resources and personnel spearheaded by one of its accredited Pharmacies, The one-stop shop pharmacy.

The insurer Sunday joined hundreds of other corporates and participants in running for better maternal health care during this year’s Beyond Zero Half Marathon held at the Nyayo National Stadium.

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Jubilee Insurance Regional CEO, Dr. Julius Kipng’etich who was part of the running team, reiterated the firm’s support in forging linkages aimed at reducing maternal deaths and other preventable diseases in the country through strategic partnership.

“The run has provided us with an opportunity to further explore ways through which we can enhance our product offering through our various engagements. As one of the runners, I am glad I got an opportunity to interact with fellow Kenyans on a cause that we are all passionate about,” Dr. Kipng’etich said.

He added that the insurer is looking forward to engaging more partners to ensure that such initiatives receive the much needed attention in an effort to promote a healthy nation especially through the government led Universal Health Coverage (UHC) programme.

The Beyond Zero Half Marathon attracted over 20,000 participants and the proceeds will be used to support matters of women health, children and people living with disabilities.

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