143 participants from the Ministry of Safety and Security’s Correctional Services department at Mariental took part in the DRINKiQ programme of Namibia Breweries Limited (NBL) last week. Designed to empower participants to make informed and responsible decisions when consuming alcohol, the DRINKiQ programme is NBL’s contribution to curbing the effects of harmful drinking that is seen on a daily basis in society. Last week’s session brings the total participants to almost 3800 Namibians, since the program’s inception. O&L Group Corporate Social Investment (CSI) Coordinator, Venessa Mwiya, said, “We continue our journey with NBL’s DRINKiQ program as contribution to curbing the effects of harmful drinking that is seen on a daily basis in society. The DRINKiQ program empowers participants to make informed and responsible decisions when consuming alcohol.”
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