Mozzart provides Medical Equipment worth Ksh 2.5 million to Fight Covid-19

Mozzart bet a gaming company in Kenya has donated medical equipment to Baringo County as part of the CSR initiative in Kenya. The equipment includes a 3ply disposable mask, N95 face masks, PPE kits, anti-fog goggles, face shield mattresses, and ICU beds.

At hand to receive the medical equipment was Baringo Senator Gideon Moi, who thanked Mozzart for the donation. Last year, Mozzart betting company had donated Ksh 10 million to the Council of Governors, which was disbursed to 10 different counties to help in the fight against COVID-19. The recent medical equipment for provisional health care services is expected to improve in Baringo County after one of the leading gaming companies Mozzart this past week donated medical equipment worth Ksh 2, 5 million to the devolved unit. This is part of the organization’s ongoing Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) program dubbed towards supporting healthcare facilities that aim to empower hospitals in Kenya so as measures against the COVID-19 pandemic.

During the presentation, Baringo Senator Gideon Moi thanked Mozzart for the donation.
On behalf of the people of Baringo County, I want to say a big thank you for taking this big initiative to assist our people back at home. We are at a time where we are experiencing a massive disaster both socially and economically due to the COVID-19 pandemic,” Moi said. Further, Moi urged other like-minded corporate bodies to follow suit, adding that the fight against the pandemic required concerted efforts from all sectors. “For Mozzart to see this and to reach out to us is really commendable. I would also like to ask other companies to follow suit,” he added.

Mozzart Country Manager Sasa Krneta reiterated the organization’s support to Kenyans “last year in April we donated Ksh 10 million to the council of Governors. This was to go to 10 different counties to help in the fight against COVID-19. So far we have donated some critical equipment during this unprecedented time to 32 different hospitals across the country,” said Krneta. Mozzart also runs the #Action100Wells program to dig 100 new water points in different locations in Kenya. “So far we have actioned four wells and fourth one is ongoing in Busia. I want to assure Kenyans that we will not stop here we will continue supporting them and making a difference in our communities,” he added. The brand has so far spent over Ksh 70 million in various CSR initiatives from last year.

The Mozzart betting company has been operating in the gambling market since 2001, which has made a name for itself in Southeastern Europe. The brand is currently present in the Kenya market, being the only country in Africa at this report. However, it is quite a massive development that the companies is taking it upon itself to give back to the communities and continue to honour CSR policy intiative, especially during this Covid-19 pandemic that has disrupted the gaming business globally.

It is quite a remarkable achievement for the entire Mozzart family. Moreover, it will be intriguing if other brands could follow suit to continue their support towards CSR policy in the territory they operate in Africa.

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