Jubilee Insurance staff donated electronic ICU beds

Kenyatta National Hospital CEO Lily Koros and Team Leader Nurse Felister Mwangi (in white) demonstrate how to adjust the bed to Jubilee General Manager, Pensions Business David Ogega at the children’s Heart Surgery Critical Care Unit, where Jubilee Insurance staff donated electronic ICU beds. On the bed is Emanuel Kibet


The Blue Company

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Live free Painting Competition

The Live Free Painting Competition is an annual painting competition targeting pupils in public primary schools aged 6 to 14 years.  The competition is sponsored by Jubilee Insurance and the winners walk away post-primary school education scholarships, sports kits & equipment, and school uniform vouchers. The winning schools take home assorted books and reading material to equip their libraries.



Jubilee Insurance celebrated its 80th anniversary in 2017 and found it fit to have the painting competition as one of the commemorative projects meant to improve the lives of the young people with whom the company depends on and coexists with.

As an organization, we realized that various stakeholders have differing interpretations of the phrase “Live Free” – which is also our tagline. We, therefore, asked the pupils to illustrate through art what living free meant to them, and they did a fantastic job.

Jubilee Insurance has proven to be a friend of the education sector time and time again and the same can be seen by our generous efforts to not only organize an art competition for our children but also to sponsor them through their secondary school education. For this, we would like to thank the Jubilee Insurance team and wish them well in all their endeavors.


To commemorate our 80TH Anniversary, Jubilee Insurance partnered with Kenya Society for the Blind. Over 2000 children were screened, of which 1574 were treated and over 350 needed further assistance in form of either operations, spectacles or assistive devices. Above, 28 pupils from Kilimani Primary School received spectacles to correct the visual challenges identified through the screening. Another 228 students will be receiving their spectacles through the month of March.





Sharing is Caring

Sharing Is Caring: Our members of staff led by our GCEO Dr. Julius Kipng’etich visited the Kenyatta National Hospital (KNH) to deliver the donations that you so gracefully gave to support the Children’s Cancer Ward. The visit was meant to cheer-up the children battling with cancer, create awareness and encourage our staff to get checked. The team engaged in different activities with the delighted children and encouraged them as they go on with their treatment   


Jubilee Insurance has committed KShs. 15 million over 5 years to the Maasai Wilderness Conservation Trust in Kajiado to support their efforts in Conservation, Education and Health Services to the community. Our sponsorship will be channeled through bursaries, scholarships, and construction of primary school classrooms as well as the purchase of an ultrasound machine for the community health center to improve maternal health care. We also handed over a motorcycle to assist in effective patrols to minimize human-wildlife conflict in the area.
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