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Sunday, 24 January 2021

Coca-Cola Kwanza backs Government efforts to improve learning environment by donating desks worth 10m/-

 Kibiti, Coast Region Sunday 24 January 2021.


… Coca Cola Kwanza has donated 100 desks to Kibiti District in the Coast Region, an initiative intended to support government efforts towards improvement of learning.

The beverage firm’s donation worth 10m/- that was received by Kibiti District Commissioner Mr Gullamhussein Kifu is aimed at addressing the challenges of the shortage of school desks in primary schools in the area.During the handover event held in Kibiti District, it was unveiled that the donation will benefit three primary schools in the area with high shortage of desks.

Speaking at the event, Coca Cola Kwanza Director of Public Affairs, Communication and Sustainable Growth, Mr Salum Nassor said the company’s donation aimed at bringing back to the community part of the gains.“Coca Cola Kwanza objective is to Refresh and improve lives of Tanzanians in various sectors including education and this is one of reasons for donating desks to Kibiti District,” he said.

He said the community that benefits from the Coca Cola Kwanza donation makes an integral part of the company’s customers for its varied beverage products.Mr Nassor added, “The desks donated here at Kibiti were made from the timbers used to carry raw materials for making the Coca Cola Kwanza soft drinks. This shows how the company is making efficient use of the resources available for the benefit of the community,”

The Coca Cola Kwanza Director urged other institutions, stakeholders and non-government organisations work together and support the government efforts find solution to community problems.Speaking at the event, Kibiti Member of Parliament, Twaha Mpembenwe said the donation of desks has come at the right time at the commencement of the new semester with huge number of students’ registration due to free education initiative by the fifth phase government.

On his part, Kibiti DC Mr Kifu said the donation of desks from Coca cola Kwanza demonstrate the good and healthy relations between the government and the private sector which is benefitting the community.Mr Kifu insisted that the desks donated to schools in Kibiti District will be an incentive for students to raise their performance in their examination.

Coca Cola Kwanza is a subsidiary of Coca-Cola Beverages Africa from South Africa has been one of the leading companies in making desks and supporting schools with acute shortage to improve learning environment.Since when they launched the initiative of making desks as part of its corporate social responsibility, Coca-Cola has made and distributed over 3,000 desks to various schools.
Coca-Cola Kwanza Director of Public Affairs and Communications Salum Nassor (left) hands over part of 100 desks to Kibiti District Commissioner Gullamhussein S. Kifu. Coca-Cola Kwanza donated the desks to three primary schools in Kibiti District, Coast Region. The donation, worth 10m/-, is an initiative intended to support government efforts towards improvement of learning.
Coca-Cola Kwanza Director of Public Affairs and Communications Salum Nassor (left) hands over part of 100 desks to Kibiti District Commissioner Gullamhussein S. Kifu. Coca-Cola Kwanza donated the desks to three primary schools in Kibiti District, Coast Region. The donation, worth 10m/-, is an initiative intended to support government efforts towards improvement of learning.

Pupils of Kigunguli Primary School and Bungu Primary School enjoys some part of 100 desks donated by Coca-Cola Kwanza Ltd to three primary schools in Kibiti District, Coast Region. The donation, worth 10m/-, is an initiative intended to support government efforts towards improvement of learning. (Photo Courtesy of Coca-Cola Kwanza Ltd).

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