FCWAMCO supports St. Louise’s School for Special Children on Skills Acquisition

FCWAMCO supports St. Louise School for Special Children with Skills Acquisition

It was a beautiful time on 20th July, 2016 at the Daughters of Charity: St. Louise’s School for Special Children, Ikot Epene, Akwa Ibom State when FrieslandCampina WAMCO engaged the school to improve its efficiency by:

  • Provision a utility vehicle to facilitate logistics
  • Donation of an industrial baking oven to increase production capacity
  • Nutrition support through product donation for the pupils on board
  • Safety awareness training

The school is renowned for assisting disabled students in the acquisition of vocational skills which keep them gainfully employed and relevant to the society. By this intervention, FCWAMCO is able to increase the students’ capacity and ultimately shorten their distance to the labour market.

A team of volunteers led by the Human Resources Director, Tominiyi Oni visited the school to make these donations and interact with the students.

We would like to seize this opportunity to express our gratitude to our volunteers for extending their expertise and valuable time.

FrieslandCampina WAMCO believes in integrating CSR into its business philosophy, and this project ties in well with the second pillar of our mission statement which covers our social responsibility to care for people and the community in which we operate in.