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Mix-Me Donation to Thomas Barnados and New Life Childrens Home
On 2st March 2014, Phillips Healthcare Services Limited with the full backing of the Phillips Group of Companies embarked on the fulfilling task of donating 300 packs to Mix-Me food fortification powder equally to Thomas Barnados and the New Life Children’s home. The Mix me was bought using donations generously contributed from staff and well wishers within the Group of Companies and organized and distributed by a team from Phillips Healthcare Services Limited led by Dr Grace Waiharo.



Mix-Me Donation to Thomas Barnados and New Life Childrens Home


Mix me is a multi nutrient powder that is aimed at promoting food fortification at a personal level at an affordable cost. It contains 15 varieties of vitamins and 2 minerals and ideally served mixed into the home made food. Mix me is a product distributed in Kenya through Phillips Healthcare Services Limited and it is envisioned to improve nutritional uptake for children between the ages of six months and two years.



Mix-Me Donation to Thomas Barnados and New Life Childrens Home


Representatives of the facilities and recepients of the donations were welcoming and were very appreciative of the kind gesture. We hope for may more such opportunities where we can give back to the society.

PHSL signs an MoU to undertake Pharmaceutical pooled procurement for the largest pharmacy network in Kenya.Through this initiative PHSL and its strategic partner will ensure availability of high quality, affordable medicines to the low income population in both urban and rural areas in Kenya.

The network members will enjoy good prices for high quality medicines, by leveraging on large volumes and a quality management system that assures adherence to good distribution practices.

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About the Business Call to Action

Launched at the United Nations in 2008, the Business Call to Action challenges companies to develop inclusive business models that offer the potential for development impact along with commercial success. In 50 countries, 95 companies have responded to the BCtA by making commitments to improve the lives and livelihoods of millions of people through commercially viable business ventures that engage low-income people as consumers, producers, distributors, and suppliers of goods and services.

Participating companies benefit from the BCtA’s ability to provide:

  • A global leadership platform and opportunities to share expertise, knowledge, and best practices for marketbased

approaches to development;

  • Initiative development advice and assistance; and
  • Linkages with companies, donors, and other key stakeholders.

This unique multilateral partnership is supported by the Dutch Ministry of Foreign Affairs, the Swedish International Development Cooperation Agency, the UK Department for International Development, the United States Agency for International Development, the United Nations Global Compact; the BCtA is hosted by the United Nations Development Programme.

PHSL is one of the companies that has committed to the BCtA initiative to improve lives of children below 5 years through our MNP initiatives that helps to curb malnutrition.

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