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Friday, September 27, 2019

BOLLORE TRANSPORT AND LOGISTICS TANZANIA PARTICIPATING IN THE 4TH EDITION OF MARATHON DAY TO BENEFIT SOS CHILDRENS VILLAGES



On Thursday, September 26,  2019, 200 employees from Tanzaniaare taking part in the the 4th edition of the Marathon Day. This internal sporting event was created by Cyrille Bolloré, CEO of the Bolloré Group, to raise every funds for charity organisations every year.

Since 2016, Marathon Day has brought together employees from all Bolloré Group subsidiariesaround the world on the same day at the same time. This year, 200employees will be completing the 5-kilometre run in Dar es Salaam . For each registration, three euros are donated to a charity organisation. The Group, which supports young people through its sponsorship programs, has decided this year to support SOS Childrens Villages International, as it did last year in 2018.

For over 60 years, SOS Childrens Villages has supported children whose family situations have forced them to be housed elsewhere. It allows siblings to grow up together in a family-like environment, supported by an educational and effective long-lasting relationship in link with a family educator (the "SOS mother"). Beyond its mission to host children, it also develops programmes to promote access to education, professional training and healthcare. Furthermore, it works to strengthen family ties and prevent abandonment.

Closer to us here at Mabibo we pride ourselves in the change we are able to bring to the communities that surround us; in this regard we will be working closely with Mabibo Secondary School on the following actions in the months ahead:

1.       Donating 40 tables and office chairs to the school for use in the Administrative block (staff rooms);
2.       Creating a full-functional computer lab which will allow Mabibo Secondary Schools to offer computer studies and set itself apart while giving students the much needed introduction into today’s world of technology; and
3.       Constructing a state of the art buo-gas toilets for use by the students to improve hygiene conditions of the school as well as reducing expenses on the school as the bio-gas produced from the tudent’s waste can ne used to make cooking gas, electricity and even manure for use in garden.

BOLLORE TRANSPORT AND LOGISTICS TANZANIA.

Founded in 1968 Bollore Transport and Logistics Tanzania prides itself in employing more than 300 staff 99% of whom are local Tanzanias.


BOLLORE GROUP.

Founded in 1822, the Bolloré Group is one of the 500 largest companies in the world, with more than 81,000 employees in 127 countries, on five continents. Thanks to a diversification strategy based on innovation and on international development, it now holds strong positions in all its activities around three business lines: Transportation and Logistics, Communication, Electricity Storage and Systems.

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KULWA, Busegi
Phone +255682 851 367
E-mailBusegi.Kulwa@bollore.com


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