MWANANYAMALA HOSPITAL RECEIVES ASSISTANCE FROM AAR ON WORLD MALARIA DAY

AAR Health Care Managing Director,Dr.Kandie Ng'ochoch handling bedsheets to the Mwanananyamala Acting Chief Doctor Kariamel John Wandi


AAR Health Care Managing Director,Dr.Kandie Ng'ochoch handling mosquito nets to the Mwanananyamala Acting Chief Doctor Kariamel John Wandi.

AAR Insurance Marketing Manager Tabia Massudi expressing to the press why AAR has decided to Provide the assistance to Mwanananyamala hospital Acting

AAR Health Care Managing Director,Dr.Kandie Ng'ochoch handling mosquito nets to the Mwanananyamala Acting Chief Doctor Kariamel John Wandi


AAR Tanzania Company Limited today has provided 92 mosquito nets and 42 Bed sheets worth 1.3 Million to Pediatric and Maternity block in Mwananyamala Hospital Dar-es-salaam as the way of showing support to the Society on World Malaria Day.

Speaking during the handling of the assistance, the AAR Insurance Marketing Manager, Tabia Massudi said “The Company is being operated with ethics and integrity. Being responsible to the community is one of the ethical activities that AAR Company would want to embrace. That is why AAR Insurance and Health Centers have collaborated and seen the need to provide this kind of assistance on this particular day”.

Malaria is one of the Major Challenges in the country and as one of the Major contributors in health services in Tanzania, it is our responsibility to show concern to infants and mothers who are mostly affected by the disease concluded Mrs. Massudi.

The assistance went along with the AAR Team, visiting Pediatric and Maternity Block in Mwananyamala hospital.

“We appreciate the concern AAR Company has shown today as the assistance has come at the right time when we are still facing a lot of challenges, one of them being insufficient equipments , I would like to urge other companies, organizations and the government as well  to continue support Mwanayamala hospital  as  we depend on them for sustainability of our operations”. Said the Acting Chief Doctor, Kariamel John Wandi when receiving the assistance.