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Kompanion Bank donates technical equipment to the Department of Anesthesiology and Intensive Care

February 12, 2018

This year, the Department of Anesthesiology and Intensive Care of the Kyrgyz State Medical Academy for Retraining and Advanced Studies celebrates its 45th anniversary! CEO Jumabaev Erkinbek Altymyshevich, on behalf of Kompanion Bank, presented as a gift a projector and a screen, so necessary for the medical institution.

"We have a lot of young anesthesiology trainees. To this day, we have used an old Soviet era projector that only displayed purple images. The new equipment, I'm confident, will significantly improve the learning process. We are grateful to Kompanion Bank for such a useful gift", said Head of the department Moldotasheva Aike Kenjeevna, Candidate of Medical Sciences, associate professor.

The teaching staff of the department consists of prominent doctors who pass on their experience to young colleagues. One of such professionals, Shelova Alat Akunovna, is a doctor with great experience, who participated in Central Asia's first heart surgery and was assistant surgeon to Isa Akhunbaev himself, "Today is a big day, Kompanion Bank has presented such a necessary equipment for us. We conduct lectures in remote regions of our country, and the new portable screen and projector will greatly facilitate our work. We have become more mobile!"

"In our work, we try to pay great deal of attention to corporate social responsibility. So, we are pleased to support the education of the white coats that are always on the front line", said Kompanion Bank CJSC CEO Erkinbek Jumabaev.

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Kompanion Bank CJSC is a stable bank with assets of 6.5 billion KGS and an equity capital of 1 billion 616 thousand KGS. It provides service for over 93 thousand customers and has 115 branches throughout the country. The Bank's shareholders are the international non-governmental organization Mercy Corps, the Dutch Development Bank (FMO) and Triodos Investment Management European investment funds.