Housing Finance Bank Partners in Blood Donation Initiative

Housing Finance Bank in partnership with Universal Multipurpose Enterprises and Nakasero Blood Bank held a blood donation drive on Friday July 12, 2019 in Naalya Estate.

The blood drive which was attended by the Mayor- Kira municipality, Mr. Mutebi Julius Nsubuga, the town clerk, Mr. Yiga Benon, dignitaries from Housing Finance Bank, Universal Multipurpose Properties and the Nakasero Blood Bank, was aimed at contributing to the adequate need of blood in the country.

 Town Clerk-Yiga Benon donating blood during the blood donation initiative.

According to the Communications and Public Relations Manager- Housing Finance Bank, Ms. Connie Nankya, “The need for blood is a nationwide aspect. In Uganda, 340,000 units of safe blood is required to meet health needs annually and the daily blood needs are ever increasing. Accident victims, women in labor, children, patients at all fronts requiring transfusion, are on the rise increasing the need for blood in hospitals every day. It is therefore important for us to participate in such initiatives that bind us together in sharing the same goal – saving life.”

Universal Multipurpose Enterprises’ Managing Director- Muffaddal Yeolawala adds that, blood donation is everyone’s responsibility.

HFB’s Communications and PR Manager- Connie Nankya donating blood during the blood donation initiative in partnership with Nakasero Blood Bank and Universal Multipurpose Enterprises.

“It is with pleasure that we joined our partners, Housing Finance Bank customers and the Nakasero Blood Bank to conduct today’s blood donation activity. 450mls is all that is required per head at any given time. We are aware that some of our customers within the residential areas may not be able to travel and donate blood away from home for one reason or another. This is why we took the initiative and extended the services to them so that we can make this contribution together in saving lives.”

Nakasero Blood Bank appreciated everyone who participated while urging the public and other organizations to do the same and save life through blood donation.


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