By Namugerwa Martha

Rotary club Uganda has launched the family health days where it will be availing free medical services to people during a press conference which was held at Kampala club today.

Steven Mwanje, a former district governor and Rotarian said that this is the ninth season in a row and they have partnered with the ministry of health and Centenary Bank to avail the medical services freely.

“The rotary foundation has focused on capacity building and instilling skills around Africa that can improve people’s social and economic lives,” Mwanje said.

Mwanje further thanked all their partners for the support they have given the rotary club for over years and the communities they serve for turning up in large numbers at all medical camps.

“We are optimistic that more partners will join us to scale up the initiative to fight against cancer,” Mwanje added.

Godfrey Byekwaso the General Manager of Finance in Centenary Bank handed over a cheque of SHS 30 million to Steven Mwanje totaling SHS 230 million committed to the fight against cancer and medicine to be distributed at Busabagga health centre 111.