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Haco donates hand sanitisers to help fight virus

It also launched two products, a handwash and surface disinfectant

In Summary

• The donations took place in different places around the city

Amara antibacterial handwash and Ace surface disinfectant
Amara antibacterial handwash and Ace surface disinfectant
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Haco Industries has begun donating sanitisers to vulnerable communities, hospitals and county governments to keep communities safe from the coronavirus.

The donations took place in different places around the city, among them Amref Health Africa, Pumwani Maternity, Loresho phandwasholice, Don Bosco church and Red Cross.

Haco Industries also launched Amara antibacterial handwash and Ace surface disinfectant to provide a holistic solution for homes and institutions. 

Haco Industries head of marketing Mwihaki Wachira and Amref Kenya acting programme director Martin Muchangi
Haco Industries head of marketing Mwihaki Wachira and Amref Kenya acting programme director Martin Muchangi
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Haco Industries business development manager Patrick Juma
Haco Industries business development manager Patrick Juma
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Pumwani Maternity deputy medical superintendent Dr Beth Maina
Pumwani Maternity deputy medical superintendent Dr Beth Maina
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Pumwani Maternity head of procurement David Baluka, in-charge of nursing George Nyadimo and biomedical engineer Salome Mwaura
Pumwani Maternity head of procurement David Baluka, in-charge of nursing George Nyadimo and biomedical engineer Salome Mwaura
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Pumwani Maternity Dr Roy Moki and institution manager Nelly Induli
Pumwani Maternity Dr Roy Moki and institution manager Nelly Induli
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