The British Army Training Unit Kenya (BATUK) Community Engagement Team have received a special recognition award from the Kenya Red Cross.
Presented to Major Hulme on 24 May at the Annual General Meeting of the Kenyan Red Cross (Central Region), the award recognises the contribution that exercising troops have made to health care in Kenya. Most recently, this support came from service personnel taking part in Exercise Askari Serpent who delivered training to a number of organisations.
Commenting on their Facebook page, BATUK said this work is hugely rewarding to UK Armed Forces and to receive official recognition was very much appreciated.
They added that they are looking forward to many more opportunities to collaborate with the Red Cross in the future.