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RUBiS Energy Uganda Spreads Christmas Cheer to SOS Children’s Villages

Olivier Gatera the Country Manager Rubis Energy Uganda (L) and Brian Agaba Retail Manager Rubis Energy (R) hand over donation to SOS Children's Villages' Programme Director Paul Bwamiki (C)

A team from Rubis Energy Uganda has today spread joy and cheer to the SOS Children’s Villages with items meant to enable the homes enjoy their festivities smoothly. The SOS Children’s Villages that take care of over 29,000 vulnerable children in Uganda was started in 1991 and has transformed the lives of over 100,000 children from their Kakira, Entebbe and Fort Portal villages.

While handing over the items Olivier Gatera the Country Manager Rubis Energy Uganda said that through celebrations like Christmas it is in the Rubis Energy culture to positively impact the community with cheer and items that will ease the lives of those being taken care of. We as Rubis have been in the Ugandan Market for about 2 years and we shall ensure to offer as much support to SOS Children’s village.

“It has always been more rewarding to give especially at a time when we need each other. The global pandemic was and still is a lesson toall of us. We have learnt to love and care for our neighbors. It is in this spirit that we have donated the above stated amount worth items compromised of full set of cooking gas- Kgas, grain food; Fuel for the villages’ ambulances.” And Cash to cater for school fees for the children.

While receiving the items, Paul Bwamiki the Programme Director at SOS Children’s Villages commended Rubis Energy for extending such care and love towards the villages where they take care of vulnerable children who are about to lose or who have lost parental care shelter and care.

“These children are special to us and such donations will come in handy as we take care and make life easier and better for them. This donation from Rubis Energy will help us the care takers to ensure that the life of these children continue to improve greatly”. Bwamiki said.



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