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Museveni flags off 25 more cars donated to the COVID-19 Fund

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Added 18th July 2020 07:47 PM

The President was briefed about plans to build reception centers at border posts for travelers to be tested and a blood bank for Soroti Hospital.

Museveni flags off 25 more cars donated to the COVID-19 Fund

The President was briefed about plans to build reception centers at border posts for travelers to be tested and a blood bank for Soroti Hospital.

President Yoweri Museveni on Saturday flagged off another 25 cars donated to the National Response Fund to COVID-19 at the Kololo Independence Grounds.

Emmanuel Katongole, the Chairperson of the National Response Fund to COVID-19, briefed His Excellency the President, about the plans to build reception centers at border posts for travelers to be tested and a blood bank for Soroti Hospital.

 

The Committee's Fundraising goal was set at sh170b

 

 

 

The Fund has a 15-member team that was appointed by President Museveni

 

The President has always thanked the donors for their generosity

 

In accordance with the provisions of the Income Tax Act, the cost incurred by taxpayers in respect of donations will qualify as Charitable Donations.

 

Vision Group CEO, Robert Kabushenga shows the President some of the proposed plans

 

The donations have been supervised by the PM, Dr Ruhakana Rugunda

 

One of the donors receives a COVID-19 donor certificate

 

 The fund was initiated by President Yoweri Museveni on April 8

 

One of the donors receives a COVID-19 donor certificate

 

The Fund plans to build reception centers at border posts for travelers to be tested and a blood bank for Soroti Hospital.

 

Plans to build reception centers at border posts for travelers to be tested

 

One of the donors receives a COVID-19 donor Certificate

 

The fund was initiated by President Yoweri Museveni on April 8

 

The donations have been supervised by the PM, Dr Ruhakana Rugunda, flanked by Mary Karooro, the Minister in charge of General Duties.

 

 

 

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