CHARITY

Rotary Club of Hurlingham holds medical camp in Nakuru

It helped community members who cannot afford the services

In Summary

• Residents were served at Kikopey dispensary courtesy of the Rotary Club

Rotary Club of Hurlingham, led by Veronica Ndumbi (L), donates a bassinet and heater to Kikopey dispensary’s Meshack Wanjohi (C)
Rotary Club of Hurlingham, led by Veronica Ndumbi (L), donates a bassinet and heater to Kikopey dispensary’s Meshack Wanjohi (C)
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The Rotary Club of Hurlingham held a medical camp in Nakuru on Saturday, led by their president Veronica Ndumbi.

Residents of Kikopey, Gilgil subcounty, were attended to at Kikopey dispensary courtesy of the Rotary Club, receiving health education, eye check-up, HIV-Aids testing, vaccinations and cancer screening.

More than 500 people turned up for the services.

Dr Peter Ngeno examines baby Ethan as his mother Martha Wairimu looks on
Dr Peter Ngeno examines baby Ethan as his mother Martha Wairimu looks on
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Patients receive medicine
Patients receive medicine
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