Mozzart Bet Launches 100 Water Wells For Kenyan Communities

  • Residents of Imbo village in Homa Bay County enjoy free water provided by Mozzart Bet
    Residents of Imbo village in Homa Bay County enjoy free water provided by Mozzart Bet
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  • Mozzart Bet Kenya has been operating in Kenya for three years and is honoured to be able to show solidarity with the Kenyan people and establish support for Kenyan communities.

    On Thursday, December 17, the company launched an ambitious 100 Wells Water Project for Kenyans.

    The betting firm was proud to announce that it had already completed and commissioned the use of the first Water Point in Imbo, Kothidha, Homabay County.

    The launch of Mozzart Bet's 100 Water Wells Project
    The launch of Mozzart Bet's 100 Water Wells Project
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    Residents of Imbo are the first beneficiaries of the new initiative. Through this water project, Mozzart aims to give back to the society by delivering clean water to the most deserving communities.

    Mozzart believes this token will make a difference in the lives of all the beneficiaries.

    2020 has been a challenging year for most countries in the world due to the Covid-19 Pandemic, Kenya included.

    The launch of Mozzart Bet's 100 Water Wells Project
    The launch of Mozzart Bet's 100 Water Wells Project
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    To offer support to healthcare facilities during the pandemic, Mozzart invested Ksh10 million worth of medical equipment to help fight Coronavirus in 10 hospitals across Kenya.

    Healthcare facilities in Nakuru, Siaya, Kisii, Embu, Nyandarua, Baringo, Bomet, Kisumu, Kakamega and Kitui received the first round of donations.

    The donations included PPE’s for frontline professionals and other assorted medical equipment.

    Through the social responsibility action dubbed, ‘Supporting Our Healthcare Facilities', Mozzart Bet is now delivering Intensive Care Unit facilities to the most-needy hospitals, especially in hard to reach areas.

    Through that socially responsible initiative, the company has so far donated ICU beds, patient monitors, oxygen concentrators and other critical intensive medical care equipment to the Ngara Health Centre Nairobi, Chemolingot Sub County Hospital in Tiaty, and shall continue to donate the same across the country.

    Ngara Health Center ward.
    Ngara Health Center ward.
    Phyllis Wanjiru