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Take Charge Of Your Wellness At Kabira Country Club Gym

The need to be more aware of our physical health status increases each passing day especially now when the COVID19 pandemic has made many of us inactive due to lost jobs and working from home. Because we are usually home sleeping, sitting or napping in couches, our bodies have become unfit.

And following the reopening of gyms, saunas and other wellness places, you can use the free time to work out and get your body back in shape.

Hotels like Kabira Country Club in Bukoto, have the right wellness facilities and have put in place the SOPs recommended therefore you can be sure that the COVID19 risk has been minimized.

 “Trying to quickly shed off the remainder of that quarantine weight gain or may be trying to tighten up your tummy before your scientific wedding, now is the time for you to work out,” Kabira Country Club said in social media messages encouraging the public to try out their gym.

Adding: “Don’t let your wellness take a backseat when you can be in the rider’s seat instead, jump into our workout studio. No matter your choice of workout, we have it covered,”

Kabira with the state of the art gym provides clients with the space to do aerobics and zumba on select days and for a limited number of clients. Services like zumba have a wide range of health benefits like controlling stress levels.

With one of the biggest and best equipped gym in the East African region, Kabira Country Club gym instructors have the expertise and experience that has helped their clients attain their fitness and healthy living goals.

Apart from the gym, Kabira Country Club has with supervision reopened its outdoor activities like swimming, sports activities, aerobics and jogging.  “We know you must have missed the sharp dives, the cool breeze and the green nature down here!

Well, we are overjoyed with the good news that we can’t wait any longer to announce that all our outdoor activities will officially be open to the general public. However, terms & conditions apply,” Kabira announced through its social media pages.

Kabira Country Club offers exquisite business and good family time and for the years past, Kabira has capped its beauty by keeping maximum standards and quality services.

Set amongst a foray of palm trees in an idyllic suburb of Bukoto, less than a 15-minute drive from the hub of Kampala city, Kabira is the premier boutique hotel in the city.

Through the gates and up into a swanky courtyard the Club is cut off from the clamour and hustle that surrounds it.

For any kinds of inquiries please call; +256 752 711 009.


High Standard Facilities To Create Good Environment For Learning

The chairman, board of director, Victoria University, Dr. Sudhir Ruparelia, says the increasing education demand exhibited by the growing number of students can only be solved by institutions putting up high standard infrastructure that will enable modern-day learning.

The businessman, speaking at a webinar organized by Victoria University on Thursday 18th November 2020 with the theme” The Journey and Future of Victoria University,”  explained that education is the right and necessary tool that can add value to society. He then said that for this to happen, there is need for the right investment to be made.  

He said when The Ruparelia Foundation ventured in the education sector they created an environment where students, lecturers can exercise their expertise in a high standard infrastructure to serve the growing demand of students in Uganda.

“We ventured in the education sector to add value to society. I believe the sector need to create a system that will combine 3 aspects in the system including the teaching fraternity, students, and the infrastructure in an environment for them to practice their expertise” he said

Sudhir highlighted the importance of having a university campus in the middle of the city which he said keeps student exposed to the centre of urban environment. He added that if coupled with another campus outside the city can integrate and coordinate with a much bigger facility outside the city which he said is part of the plan of Victoria University.

“Like other countries abroad, university campuses are in an environment of the central town. This integrates with the campus outside the city. Our next step is to put a big campus. This is working for us” he said.

Under the Ruparelia Group, Sudhir has heavily invested in the education at all levels- he owns Kampala Parents’ School, the leading private primary school, Kampala International School Ugandan the leading international school, Delhi Public School International and Victoria University, the fastest-growing private university in the country.

He said through Ruparelia Foundation, apart from supporting the social wellbeing of education, they are also into charity activities including orphanages, donations to religious bodies, the unprivileged and others.

Other speakers at the webinar included the Acting Vice-Chancellor and Deputy Vice-Chancellor Academic Affairs, Dr Lawrence Mugagga, and Rebecca Ssubi an Alumni of Victoria University.   

With four functioning faculties - Business And Management, Health Science, Humanities And Social Science and Science And Technology - Victoria University is emerging as the university of choice for modern learning.

The university has invested in the right tools and technology to deliver on its mandate as a research-driven university. It usually with the community to come with evidence-based study solutions that give learners hands-on learning experience that make them employable and job creators.

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