Kenya Red Cross thank BATUK for their valuable co-operation

BATUK and KRCS
The KRCS present a clock to BATUK. Photo: Facebook/BATUKOfficial

On Saturday 27 April, during the Annual General Meeting of the Kenyan Red Cross Society (KRCS), the British Army Training Unit Kenya (BATUK) were recognised for their valuable co-operation.

The meeting was an opportunity for the KRCS to keep their members and volunteers up to date on issues and progress.

In recognition of this co-operation, KRCS presented the organisation with a plaque and clock, which was received on BATUK’s behalf by Staff Officer Level 2 Community Engagement.

BATUK said: “There will be many more joint projects and training in the future, building upon the strong working relationship.”

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