Equity Ngara Branch partners with Interior Ministry to plant trees at Mathari Hospital

Equity Ngara Branch partnered with the Ministry of Interior and Coordination of National Government to plant 3,300 tree seedlings at Mathari National Teaching and Referral Hospital. The exercise was conducted with the support of the Kazi Mtaani programme and chaperoned by the Deputy County Commissioner Mathare Sub-County, Jacob Mwaura. More than 200 youths from Mathare sub-county came out to plant trees in the public hospital that focuses on mental health matters. “Kazi Mtaani is an intervention by the Government to take care of youth affected by the restrictions enforced during…

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Equity Group Defies COVID-19 Impacts and Registers 51% Balance Sheet Growth

The year 2020 was like no other.  COVID-19 struck at the beginning of the year and the East Africa region had its first case of infection in early March. The global spread of the virus quickly became a pandemic. To comply with the World Health Organization’s prevention protocols, restrictions put in place including limitations on movement and travel, social distancing, and constrained interactions resulted in economic slowdowns which in turn caused global supply chain disruptions due to interruptions of production, distribution, and a reduction of economic activities. By April, the…

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Equity Foundation assures counties of quality PPEs supply

The Equity Bank Foundation has assured counties benefiting form the Personal Protective Equipment (PPEs) of sufficient supply for the next 18 months. Addressing on Wednesday at Nakuru Level 5 hospital during the handing over of PPEs to the county government of Nakuru ,Equity Group Holdings Managing Director and CEO Dr. James Mwangi added that the Foundation is not only donating PPEs to counties but that they are of quality standard. “We are sure of the Supply of PPEs for the next 18 months and the PPEs we are delivering are…

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Scholars Advised to Enroll for Innovative and Creative Courses for Growth

Scholars have been advised to enroll for innovative and creative courses to help solve current and future global challenges. Nakuru Deputy Governor Dr Erick Korir said the country relies on education and training system to create a sustainable pool of highly trained human resource capital. “This is a first and huge step towards creating a knowledge economy that is internationally competitive,” said Dr Korir, a PhD holder in Chemistry from University of KwaZulu Natal in South Africa. Dr Korir was speaking at the end of a two-week rigorous induction workshop…

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