The USIU-Africa Alumni Association launches Alumni Care in partnership with Jubilee Insurance
By Winnie Tewendi | Photos: Justin Kimathi
The USIU-Africa Alumni Association, representing more than 25,000 alumni across the globe, has partnered with Jubilee Insurance to introduce AlumniCare, a transformative healthcare initiative aimed at enhancing healthcare access in Kenya.
The alumni community as well as panelists Vimal Shah, Linus Gitahi, Antony Irungu Wagema, and Health CEO Njeri Jomo were at the launch event held on Friday,8,2023 at the Nairobi Serena Hotel. The focus of the panel discussion was, "Health Insurance; Do or Die: Enhancing Healthcare Access for Kenyans." The partnership marks an important development in Kenya’s pursuit of universal healthcare.
AlumniCare is evidence of unwavering commitment of both USIU-Africa alumni and Jubilee Insurance to delivering to all Kenyans a comprehensive healthcare solution. This innovative strategy highlights the immense impact that partnerships can have in enhancing access to healthcare.
Jubilee Insurance Group CEO, Dr. Julius Kipng’etich, pointed out the changing insurance industry and the value of peer-to-peer insurance in ensuring that more people and communities have access to economical and extensive insurance coverage. AlumniCare intends to support the USIU alumni community by combining their resources to effectively deal with healthcare access issues.
This groundbreaking healthcare solution is set to benefit over 25,000 members of the USIU-Africa Alumni community. AlumniCare stands as a symbol of hope, showing the beneficial results that can be attained when people and organizations band together with a common goal of enhancing healthcare access. The USIU-Africa Alumni Association and Jubilee Insurance invite all alumni to embrace the "Alumni Care" concept and share this exciting news within their networks.