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Sanitation stations set up by Stanbic Bank, Rotary

Bank handed them over to Rotary's Emergency Response Team

In Summary

• They will play a significant role in stopping the spread of the coronavirus

Rotary District 9212 governor Joe Otin, Dada women banking lead Rose Gichuki and Stanbic business banking head Tom Bisonga
Rotary District 9212 governor Joe Otin, Dada women banking lead Rose Gichuki and Stanbic business banking head Tom Bisonga
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Some 700 sanitation stations will be set up countrywide thanks to a partnership between Stanbic Bank’s flagship women’s proposition Dada and Rotary District 9212.

The deal was unveiled on Wednesday as the Sh3 million stations were handed over to Rotary's Emergency Response Team at Four Points by Sheraton Hotel in Nairobi.

Stanbic head of business banking Tom Bisonga said, “The sanitation stations will play a significant role in stopping the spread of the dangerous coronavirus.”

Dr Juliana Kisimbi holds a Covid-19 sensitisation chart
Dr Juliana Kisimbi holds a Covid-19 sensitisation chart
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Bisonga receives flowers from Kenya Flowers Council communications manager Nelson Maina
Bisonga receives flowers from Kenya Flowers Council communications manager Nelson Maina
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Donated sanitation handwashing units
Donated sanitation handwashing units
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Aqua Kenya director Sanjiv and Rotary District 9212 head of media Antonette Miday
Aqua Kenya director Sanjiv and Rotary District 9212 head of media Antonette Miday
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Imperial Leather MD Sekar Ramamoorthy awards Gichuki with a packet of Imperial Leather soap
Imperial Leather MD Sekar Ramamoorthy awards Gichuki with a packet of Imperial Leather soap
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Bisonga illustrates steps of hand washing
Bisonga illustrates steps of hand washing
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