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(L-R) Kenyatta National Hospital CEO Lily Koros presents a letter of appreciation to Jubilee Insurance Medical Officer Dr. Kanja Koinange and Jubilee General Manager, Pensions Business David Ogega at the children’s Heart Surgery Critical Care Unit, where Jubilee Insurance staff donated electronic ICU beds.

Kenyatta National Hospital CEO Lily Koros and Team Leader Nurse Felister Mwangi (in white) demonstrate how to adjust the bed to Jubilee General Manager, Pensions Business David Ogega at the children’s Heart Surgery Critical Care Unit, where Jubilee Insurance staff donated electronic ICU beds. On the bed is Emanuel Kibet

Mrs. Judith Tanui displays her shield after being named the first quarter Jubilee Insurance Samaritan winner. Judith takes care of the mentally ill in the streets of Eldoret.

Inset (L-R) Jubilee Insurance CEO Patrick Tumbo, JISA Judge Andy Kagwa present the JISA shield to Mrs. Judith Tanui (in a navy blue suit), who was named the April JISA winner. With her is her sister-in-law and husband Mr. Collins Tanui.

Inset (L-R) Jubilee Holdings Chairman Nizar Juma (Left), presents a certificate of service to The Standard Newspaper Editor Andrew Kagwe, who served in the 2014 Jubilee Insurance Samaritan Award (JISA) panel of Judges. JISA is a CSR program by Jubilee Insurance which seeks to recognize ordinary Kenyans engaging in acts of humanity that benefit individuals or communities, expecting no reward.

Inset (L-R) Jubilee Holdings Chairman Nizar Juma, presents a certificate of service to The Daily Nation Newspaper Editor Eric Shimoli, who served in the 2014 Jubilee Insurance Samaritan Award (JISA) panel of Judges. JISA is a CSR program by Jubilee Insurance which seeks to recognize ordinary Kenyans engaging in acts of humanity that benefit individuals or communities, expecting no reward..

Inset (L-R) Jubilee Insurance CFO, Johannes Kitaka presents a gift to Pauline Wangui who won at the Parklands Sports Club Half Marathon female category finishing at 1 hour 17 min and 20 seconds. Looking on is Henry Wanyoike of Henry Wanyoike Foundation and John Ngugi who attended the monthly marathon which seeks to encourage a healthy culture among club members and members of the society .

Inset (L-R) Jubilee Insurance CFO, Johannes Kitaka presents a gift to James Kariuki who won at the Parklands Sports Club Half Marathon male category finishing at 1 hour 4 min and 2 seconds. Looking on is Henry Wanyoike of Henry Wanyoike Foundation and Johnl Ngugi who attended the monthly marathon which seeks to encourage a healthy culture among club members and members of the society .

As a responsible corporate citizen, Jubilee gives back to the community by supporting social programs aimed at improving the society within which it operates. We do this by partnering with likeminded leading companies in the region, as well as our own internal programs.

Jubilee Children Fund - In commemoration of the seventieth anniversary, the Jubilee Children Fund was launched in 2007. The Fund has a focused approach of alleviating the hardships faced by underprivileged children in the areas of education funding and medical care. The Fund has received tremendous support from company’s employees who have agreed to donate one day’s salary per year towards financing its initiatives. Jubilee in turn matches their contribution and, in addition, donates the profits from one day’s operations each year.

Jubilee Insurance Samaritan Award
Jubilee Insurance also upholds exemplary social responsibility through the Jubilee Insurance Samaritan Award.

The Jubilee Insurance Samaritan Award (JISA) was established in 2006. The birth of this initiative sprung from a vision by Jubilee to raise the profile of members of the society passionate about the welfare of those around them. It seeks to reward outstanding deeds carried out by individuals in the humblest of professionals, and to encourage Kenyans to be mindful of the welfare of the less fortunate members of the society.

The JISA Panel is constituted of media professionals in Kenya, who from nature of their work are able to identify the most deserving individuals for the award. The panelists are responsible for running and management of the award program.

The award is given out once every quarter to a deserving member of the society, picked by the JISA panel. Previous JISA winners include Daniel Kanee for rescuing a 3 year old child from under a matatu, Hannah Wanjiru for returning Kshs 1,000 that she found on her way to school, Tegla Lorupe for running a series of Peace Marathons in Kenya, Charles Mulli for being the founder of a Christian rehabilitation organization that has successfully rehabilitated 1,000 children and Bob Munro for founding a youth sports and community development project in Mathare slums,Baraka Kahindi for risking his life on raging flood waters to rescue his contemporaries.

School Improvement Industry Visits

Jubilee Insurance hostsstudentsfor industrialvisits most recently a group of 61 Form 4 students and 3 teachers from Sacho High School to an educational tour in October 2010. The visit was an exciting one for the students who listened to enthusiastic representatives from Jubilee’s various business lines discuss the operations of the insurance industry and offer guidance on career selection.

Industry visits from schools and universities are encouraged by Jubilee because they offer students early exposure to the business world and encourages them to develop their career path. Other educational institutions that Jubilee interacted with in 2010 include Kenyatta University, Graffins Collegeand St Christopher’s High School.

Other Projects
Jubilee has also in the past year supported other key initiatives which promote community development.
They include:

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