Imbuto Foundation has supported the country’s efforts in putting an end to COVID-19, a global pandemic which has affected the country’s life in all corners since March 2020.
This Wednesday, the foundation donated two biorad machines to Rwanda Biomedical Center (RBC) as part of its contribution to effective management and testing of COVID-19.
Imbuto foundation said in a statement that they, through their friend’s contributions, are glad to support the health sector’s already tremendous work in fighting the COVID-19 pandemic.
With numbers of COVID-19 cases getting under control following several measures that included a lockdown recently, ongoing nationwide vaccination programs, RBC said that the donation will be an additional support to their efforts to end COVID-19.
“These Biorad machines will boost our efforts in effectively carrying out COVID-19 PCR tests. We are very grateful to Imbuto foundation for this donation,” RBC said on reception of the equipment.
The donation also comes as Imbuto marks 20 years of engaging, educating and empowering communities in Rwanda, a journey that will be celebrated through various activities, under the theme “An Edifying Past; An Empowered Future.”
The country has so far recorded a total of 20 412 COVID-19 cases, including 18,635 recoveries and 1383 active cases. The death increased to 282 as of Tuesday.
Moreover, more than 1.6 million people have been tested against COVID-19 and 314,000 others have been vaccinated.