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UAE Exchange Uganda conducts medical camp, blood donation drivePublish Date: Jun 27, 2014
UAE Exchange Uganda conducts medical camp, blood donation drive
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In an attempt to fulfill its commitment towards the society, UAE Exchange, in association with Norvic Hospital, conducted a free medical check-up camp on June 21, 2014.

Parallel to this, the company also organised a blood donation camp, in conjunction with Uganda Blood Transfusion Services, on June 20 and 21, 2014, at its Kampala Road branch.

The medical camp, open for all, served hundreds of people from different walks of life. The community benefited from the free medical services provided by specialists from the Norvic Hospital.

A remarkable contribution of over 130 blood units was made at the camp conducted by the remittance major.

As a socially responsible organisation, UAE Exchange has always been keen on serving the communities, beyond its business, and has been consistently working towards the well-being of the people around. Ensuring a healthy life is considered as one of the noblest causes, and UAE Exchange has been doing so by taking initiatives for the cause of physical and mental well-being of the society, globally.

 

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