Posted on Monday, December 14, 2020
Mozzart Bet Kenya continues with their projects of supporting the country’s Healthcare facilities during these challenging times. Their latest project was on Friday 11th December at Imbo, Kothidha, Homa bay County where they installed a clean water point for the village’s residents to enjoy. Mozzart Bet's Deputy County Manager, Mr. Sasa Krneta in a press release likened their water project to an early Christmass gift for the Imbo residents. "The people of Imbo are the first beneficiaries of our new initiative that we call, Clean Drinking Water for our Communities," Krneta said.
"Through this Water Project, Mozzart aims to give back to the society by delivering clean water to the most deserving communities. It is our hope that the people of Imbo will accept our small Christmas Present, and that it will make a difference there and in all the places in Kenya we will be able to reach."
Mozzart Bet Kenya has been operating in Kenya for three years and strives to show solidarity with the Kenyan people through establishing support for less fortunate communities.
This year has been a challenging one to most countries in the world due to the Covid-19 Pandemic, Kenya included. Ever since the Pandemic hit Kenya, Mozzartbet has been offering support to healthcare facilities during these challenging times. Mozzart has been able to invest 10,000,000 Ksh worth of medical equipment to help fight Corona Virus in 10 hospitals across Kenya. Healthcare facilities in Nakuru, Siaya, Kisii, Embu, Nyandarua, Baringo, Bomet, Kisumu, Kakamega & Kitui received Mozzart’s first round of donations.
Mozzart has also been giving back to the society through their Social initiative dubbed "Supporting Our Healthcare Facilities". They have delivered Intensive Care Unit (ICU) facilities to the most needy hospitals, especially in hard to reach areas. Through that Social Initiative, so far Mozzart have donated ICU beds, Patient Monitors, Oxygen Concentrators and other critical intensive medical care equipment to the Ngara Health Centre in Nairobi, and to Chemolingot Sub County Hospital in Tiaty, East Pokot.
Not forgetting another source of livelihood affected by the pandemic; the local sports. Mozzart has also been supporting Kenya’s budding young talents. Through their initiative "New Jerseys for New Champions", Mozzart have been able to donate full Sports Kits and footballs to various grassroot teams around the country.
Author: Absalom Mulama