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Nam Dairies fight against hunger

Nam Dairies fight against hunger

As part of its Corporate Social Responsibility (CSI) agenda, Namibia Dairies last week donated milk to the DD Guiseb Primary School in Mariental, which currently accommodates approximately 560 learners from grades 1 to 7.
Director: Agri-Business at Namibia Dairies’ !Aimab Superfarm, Borney Britz: “As a subsidiary of the O&L Group, Namibia Dairies is very passionate and dedicated to living the group’s purpose of ‘Creating a future, enhancing life’ for all Namibians. We want to help making sure that all Namibians have a good life. We are always committed to contributing to uplifting the livelihoods of the communities in which we operate. And as a milk and dairy producer and supplier, it is our pleasure and honour to give back to the community. Education is one of our key focus areas as a group, hence our commitment to supporting local schools and contributing to a healthy and safe learning environment”.
Governor of the Hardap Region, Esmé Isaack during her address at the handing over ceremony expressed the importance of milk as a nutritional supplement and her appreciation for the donation. Isaack, “The fight against hunger and poverty called for selfless efforts by government, the public and private sectors. These type of gestures will go a long way in uplifting the livelihoods of those who need it”.

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