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Registration on for the NSSF Kampala hash 7 Hills Run due on March 17, 2019

KAMPALA; Friday 1st February 2019 – The National Social Security Fund (NSSF) has launched its annual charity Marathon dubbed the NSSF Kampala 7 Hills Hash Run.

 

For the first time this year will be open to the wider public. Previously, the run was only open to corporate companies that supported the cause by registering their employees as a team to participate in the run.

 

While addressing the Journalists at Lugogo MTN Arena, NSSF Managing Director, Richard Byarugaba revealed that this year’s run has also expanded to benefit four upcountry schools on top of the KCCA public schools in Kampala.

 

“We realised that there are so many dilapidated schools in rural areas that are in dire need of help and as a Fund we decided to expand the initiative and include upcountry schools so that they can study from a conducive environment,” Byarugaba said.

 

The individual participation cost is 25,000 per person while companies will participate according to the different packages that include Platinum, Gold, Silver and Bronze

 

To pay for individual registration, all you have to do is dial *217*277# and pay via mobile money

 

“This year, we have given ourselves an ambitious target of raising over 500 million to go towards schools here in Kampala and upcountry and are tasking ourselves, our partners and the general public to come together to support this important cause,” Byarugaba said, adding that a conducive learning environment is important to the education of children.

 

Every year for the past three years, NSSF has held the exciting and challenging Seven Hills Hash Run in partnership with the Kampala Hash House to raise money for KCCA schools in Kampala. So far, over 300 million has been collected and handed over to the management of KCCA and over six schools have benefitted from this charitable cause.

 

The Kampala Hash House Harriers Master, Mr. George Mbiko applauded NSSF for reaching out to needy schools in society.

 

He added that he is proud of the impact that the NSSF Seven Hills Run has had on the communities in which these schools are and has pledged to continue commitment to working with NSSF to see that the run grows bigger and attracts more participants every year in order to help refurbish more dilapidated schools across the country

 

The Seven Hills Run will this year be held on March 17th 2019, giving participants one month and a half to reach fitness peak in order to be able to tackle the treacherous route. “We are hoping that participants in this year’s run take ample time to get in the best shape in order to conquer all the 7 hills without any injuries.”

 

The Acting KCCA Executive Director Eng. Andrew Kitaka commended NSSF for working with the authority to improve the quality of infrastructure for education, affirming that all the Funds will be put to the right cause to ensure that pupils have conducive structures to foster a good learning environment.

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