Voltic Ghana Limited has partnered Jaldahaara Foundation in a project which seeks to provide water to two thousand (2,000) students in five different schools across the country for the next year.
The move forms part of Voltic’s Corporate Social Responsibility.
The company says as one of the pioneers of bottled water in Ghana, it will continue to create better shared opportunity for businesses, employees and communities.
Also, Voltic Ghana Limited says the twenty thousand dollar ($20,000) investment for “Water for Schools Project” confirms its commitment towards the United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goal 6, ensuring access to clean water and sanitation for all people.
The project will provide potable water to schools in water stressed communities while creating awareness on sustainable use of water.
Speaking at the programme in Adeiso M/A School , Francois Gazania MD of Voltic indicated, “Today we begin a fulfilling journey; through the “Water for School Project, Voltic is committing over USD 20,000 towards giving people potable water to 2000 children within five schools.”
He added, “Voltic is passionate about supplying clean, safe, quality water to deprived schools and communities. Our aim is to take care of their thirst while they thirst for academic excellence”
By: Anita Arthur/citibusinessnews.com/Ghana
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