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    Since launching the programme globally in 2003, stanchart marathon hascontributed to over 2.9 million cataract operations and surgical interventions, and treated 1.9 million people for river blindness. We have distributed over 500,000 pairs of spectacles and helped to train over 100,000 health workers. In total, we have reached over 45 million people through the provision of services to prevent and treat blindness, and educate communities about eye health. Standard Chartered is the largest cash-based private sector donation programme into the global campaign to eliminate avoidable blindness.

    In Kenya, through the Bank’s largest sponsorship in Africa, the Standard Chartered Nairobi International Marathon, to date we have raised over one million dollars. Through the proceeds of the Nairobi Marathon and in partnership with Christian Blind Mission, CBM, we sponsored cataract, glaucoma and trauma related surgeries for needy children under the age of nine at five hospitals country wide. The initiative has helped restore sight to over 4,500 children in Kenya through the hospitals

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    The first edition of the  Praise Atmosphere event took place on Saturday 3rd November 2018 at CITAM Valley Road. The event was a joint effort between worship minister Evelyn Wanjiru and Hope Media.

     

    The visiting artists that performed that nights include: Celestine Donkor from Ghana, Tembalami

    from Zimbabwe as well as Mkhululi and Zaza; both from South Africa.

    The Emcees for the day were Joyce Omondi and Justus Owaka from Hope fm who did a splendid job in handling the day’s program.