This morning, ATC Uganda, represented by Charles Nsamba-Public Affairs Manager joined the ROOTs (Running Out of Trees) campaign to raise awareness on the need for every Ugandan to take the lead in the conservation of the environment. Did you know that about 80% of the global forest cover has been irreparably damaged?
The Ministry of Water and Environment in partnership with Uganda Breweries Limited, ATC Uganda, Stanbic Bank Uganda and MTN Foundation for the second year announced a Running out of Trees (ROOT) Initiative at the Uganda Parliament
Sheila Mugisha, ATC Uganda Head Assets, explaining the benefits of the equipment ATC Uganda donated to Liberty Revival Medical Center. ATC Uganda made a donation worth Shs12 million to Liberty Revival Medical Center to implement an Electronic Health Management System that will improve their medical services as they serve and support the community during this COVID 19 pandemic.
The clinic is located in Kyengera and serves approximately 250 outpatients monthly. It offers affordable costs to enable ease of access to medical care and advice especially for HIV patients.
Commercial banks have been urged to promote digital payment systems through embracing industry shared infrastructure that will consequently reduce the cost of operations. Finance expert have advised banks to think of sustainable ways of supporting customers given the lessons learned since the disruption of the economy by the COVID-19 pandemic. Banks are urged like preserving liquidity to prepare for post COVID-19 era.