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In May, Prime Bank sponsored over 2000 orphaned and vulnerable girls with a full year’s supply of sanitary towels, undergarments and health education

In its flagship Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) project – Freedom for Girls, the bank donated KSh 1 million towards ensuring girls do not miss school during their monthly cycle.

Freedom for Girls (FFG) is a sanitary towel project that was initiated and formed in the year 2006 by Rotary District 9212, Lions Multiple District 411A and Health Education Africa Resource Team (HEART) as the implementing partner. The objective of the project is to ensure vulnerable adolescent girls are provided with a year’s supply of sanitary towels (12 packets), 4 pairs of undergarments, hygiene and HIV prevention education.

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Prime Bank partnered with KGU, JGF, and Visa to bring you the first ever golf card in Kenya – the Prime Visa Golf Card.

This unique concept of a core-banded Visa golf card is geared towards developing talent and making golf courses accessible to the youth.

This golf credit card has a twin effect in that it is specifically designed to enable golfers to enjoy a wide range of benefits on and off the course at the same time making funds available for JGF.

For each golfer who signs up for the card, Prime Bank is donating KSh 2,000 to JGF.

In December, Prime Bank handed over KSH. 500,000 to JGF through the initiative.

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As part of the Bank’s effort to improve education in the country, Prime Bank in February donated KES 500,000 to Adventist University of Africa towards the construction of the Health Sciences Building.

Health Science Building Project At Adventist University

The Kenya Society of Endoscopic Specialties (KESES) hosted the 3rd African Conference of International Society for Gynecological Endoscopy on 23th – 26th August. The conference was attended by leading Hysteroscopists and Laparoscopists from across the world.

The conference provided an excellent avenue for medical practitioners and students, nurses, theatre staff and consultants an opportunity to share skills and knowledge with the world leading practitioners. Prime Bank, through the Chairman Dr. Rasik Kantaria, donated KSh. 200,000 to ensure the success of the conference. First Lady of the Republic of Kenya Margaret Kenyatta presided over the official opening of the conference.

Bettering The Field Of Medicine

The Nairobi Hospice held their Golf Tournament at the Karen Country Club in May 2015 to raise funds to offer palliative care to its patients. In support of their work to care for patients and their families, Prime Bank sponsored the event.

Nairobi Hospice Golf Day

On 21st June, Kenya joined the rest of the world in marking the first ever United Nations International Yoga Day, organized by the Hindu Swayamsevak Sangh. The event aimed to provide a platform to Kenyans to celebrate, practice and promote Yoga – the 5000- year –old physical, mental and spiritual practice of holistic approach to health and well-being and also create awareness about Yoga International Day. Prime Bank, through its philanthropic Chairman Dr. Rasik Kantaria, sponsored the event with a donation of KSh. 300,000.

International Yoga Day

The 24th edition of the Oshwal Games was held in Thika over the Easter weekend with over 500 participants taking part in 11 sporting disciplines. The Games were organized and hosted under Visa Oshwal Community, Thika. Prime Bank was the Gold Sponsor of the event.

Oshwal Games
First Lady Half Marathon

The third edition of the First Lady Half Marathon (FLHM) was held on 6th March 2016 at the Nyayo stadium with the First Lady, Margaret Kenyatta, leading runners in 21km stretch. Prime Bank staff joined more than 50,000 participants in the 21km and 10km races.


First Lady Half Marathon

Since its launch in 2014, the FLHM has had over 100,000 participants who have helped raise awareness of the Beyond Zero Campaign which seeks to improve maternal, neo-natal and child health- including HIV prevention, treatment and care.

MP Shah CSR

Dr. Manoj Shah (left) shows Dr. Rasik Kantaria an Electrocardiogram which helps in checking for problems with the electrical activity of the heart.


MP Shah CSR

Dr. Kantaria with grandson Aaryan and wife Ushaben Kantaria cuts the tape to officially open the state-of-the art cardiac centre.


MP Shah CSR

The Catheterization Laboratory located on the 4th floor of MP Shah Hospital.


MP Shah CSR

Dr. Kantaria presents the cheque to MP Shah Hospital Board of Directors.