The 10th anniversary of the Burudi Foundation was celebrated recently at Shamberere Secondary School in Kakamega North Sub County.
Hundreds of patients received free medical attention for various ailments during the celebrations.
The Foundation partnered with Kakamega Hospice to conduct the free medical camp that was atten
ded by approximately 5000 people.
More support was provided by Care Plus Pharmaceuticals that donated drugs worth Ksh. 300,000.
Ķabras Sugar Company which was represented by its community social empowerment program manager Dickson Shamala Lucheli donated 5 bales of sugar and 10 cartons of water while Safaricom Kisumu branch branded the team with T-shirts and caps.
The Chief executive officer (CEO) of the foundation Philbert Burudi confirmed that they will continue to hold several medical campaigns in the region with more emphasis on cancer screening.
“We are emphasizing on cancer screening because early detection leads to easier management of the disease,” Burudi said.
According to Burudi, the medical campaign will go a long way in offering services to patients.
During the event, a total of 8500 copies of Msomi hub teenage magazines were distributed while girls from nearby schools received sanitary towels.