Safaricom Allocates KES 50 Million for Aid Amid Kenya Protests

Safaricom commits KES 50 million for medical care, infrastructure support, and aid for protest-affected communities.

Safaricom has pledged KES 50 million to provide immediate medical care, infrastructure support, and essential aid to those impacted by the ongoing anti-government protests in Kenya. As part of this comprehensive response plan, Safaricom has donated KES 15 million to Kenyatta National Hospital to assist the hospital’s Disaster Response Centre and support individuals injured during the protests.

Additionally, the M-PESA Foundation is organizing medical camps in Githurai and Rongai to extend necessary healthcare services to affected communities.

Our Foundations are there to stand with people, especially in times of need.

Peter Ndegwa, CEO, Safaricom

Safaricom’s #GenZforGenZ initiative will see young employees leading community outreaches, clean-ups, and additional medical camps. The company is also focusing on long-term support through TVET scholarships, economic empowerment programs, and mental health services across the country.

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