In a significant move, URA FC has officially renewed it’s partnership with St. Catherine Hospital for an additional two years. The football club and the healthcare institution ever since joining forces have forged a strong alliance.

Upon sealing the deal at the club headquarters in Nakawa on Saturday, URA FC’s CEO Allan Munaaba expressed enthusiasm about the extended partnership, stating, “The renewal was done because of the excellent service delivery from St Catherine in delivering key medical service deliverables and exhibiting a high degree of response time in treating the URA FC players, officials and their dependants.”

“The two companies have worked hand in hand to develop both brands and with this renewed partnership we want both companies to gain much higher value where we shall for the first time embed a partner’s logo on our training kit.”- He added.

Echoing this sentiment, the Public Relations Officer of St. Catherine Hospital Lawrence Omuntu emphasized their dedication to the collaboration, saying,

“We are proud to continue supporting URA and URA FC in their pursuit of excellence. Our shared values of health, sports, and community engagement align perfectly, and we look forward to the positive impact we can create together.”

The renewed partnership signifies a continued fusion of sports and healthcare, underlining both organizations’ dedication to fostering community well-being.

John Bugembe
January 28, 2024

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