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Contributions

The NSSF covers all employers who have 5 or more employees between 16 and 55 years of age, with the exception of employees under the Government Pensions Act. The NSSF Act requires a registered employer is required to pay contributions to the Fund for his\her employees every month during which he/she pays salaries.

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NSSF collects members' contributions and invests them judiciously, and pays commensurate benefits to qualifying members. The money collected is maintained on individual member accounts, invested and earns an annual interest depending on our return on investments.

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NSSF administers and pays qualified contributing persons the following benefits;
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2020 Blood Donation Drive: 8,887 units collected

The Fund's 2020 Annual Blood Donation Drive successfully ended with a total of 8,887 units of blood collected, accounting for 88.9% of the tagret.

 

The drive that was staged countrywide between 13th and 18th January, under the hashtag #EndingBloodShortage, saw donation centers in Kampala and surrounding areas collect 3,831 units of blood while 5,056 units were collected from upcountry centers. The highest collections were from Mbarara (659 units), Natete (563) and Masaka (535 units) respectively.

 

Other areas were the blood donation drive took place included Constitutional Square, Workers House, Clock Tower, Mukwano Arcade, Bwaise, Watoto, Mukono, and Entebbe. Upcountry donations centers were in Mbale, Gulu, Nebbi, Fort Portal, Jinja, Lira, Singo and Hoima.

 

“This is the highest collection of blood units we have had through our annual mobilization efforts. Despite being two thousand units shy of our set target of 10,000 units this year ,we are proud that many Ugandans are now heeding the call to become blood donors to help end blood shortage in the country."

 

"We urge blood donors to continue donating blood even after this week long exercise, at the Uganda Blood Bank in Nakasero and other regional banks countrywide,” said Barbra Teddy Arimi, the Head of Marketing & Communications.

 

According to Dr. Dorothy Kyeyune, Executive Director Uganda Blood Transfusion Services, regular blood donation campaigns are important because they help replace blood distributed in hospitals daily. Every unit of blood collected has a shelf life of 35 days.

 

The blood collected through the drive is expected to relieve the Uganda Blood Bank on the current blood shortage. There is usually a shortage of blood in the country between December and February when students, who are the biggest number of donors, are on holiday. The blood bank is always expected to have blood available for all hospitals and health facilities nationwide that need an average of 1,250units daily.

 

NSSF has organised blood donation drives since 2012 in conjunction with the Uganda Blood Transfusion Services under the Health Ministry. This year’s collections is two thousand eight hundred units higher than the units collected during the same period at last year’s blood drive.

 

 

‘This annual activity not only seeks to reduce the blood shortage in the country but also aims at creating awareness and importance of blood donation as well as increasing blood donors,” Arimi concluded.

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