The Amarok Club in Namibia donated sanitary products and food items worth N$15 000 to the Hope Home-Based Health Care (HHBHC), a non-profit organization based in Tsumeb.

The organization was founded in November 2005 by philanthropist Englien Uises. It specializes in providing compassionate physical, physiological, and spiritual support and care for both patients and their families.

In 2017, HHBHC began providing basic healthcare services in an effort to assist patients who suffer from serious or life-threatening health conditions. The organization currently employs 12 caretakers who look after 70 patients.

It also provides feeding schemes to the patients, which help them get the essential nutrients needed for their treatments.

Edwin Kamatoto, the chairperson of Amarok Club Namibia, handed over the donations on behalf of the club.

Members of the Amarok Club Namibia from various towns across the country drove in a convoy to witness the handover.




Simon Nghipunya (MICT Oshikoto)