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Unilever Staff Takes To Classroom To Boost Teaching

As part of its effort to make their corporate social responsibility touch more lives academically, Unilever has formally launched employee volunteering scheme which aim at reaching students across the country

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افتراضي Unilever Staff Takes To Classroom To Boost Teaching

As part of its effort to make their corporate social responsibility touch more lives academically, Unilever has formally launched employee volunteering scheme which aim at reaching students across the country through Unilever employees volunteer teachers.

Speaking at the formal launch of the scheme, held at Olusosun Primary School, Oregun, the Managing Director, Unilever Nigeria Plc, Thabo Mabe said, Unilever employees have signed up as volunteer teachers to support the school system and contribute in their own small way to build our future leaders.

He noted that Unilever volunteer teachers visit Olusosun Primary School every week to teach English, Mathematics and Computer Education to Primary 4, 5 and 6 students. “I am very proud of the volunteer programme, because my colleagues teach every week, despite the fact they are not being paid extra for being part of it,” he added.

He explained that the purpose of launching the Unilever Foundation earlier this year was to make their corporate social responsibility actions touch more lives with the aim of reaching one billion people all over the world by 2020.

According to Mabe, knowledge is one of the most valuable gifts you can give to anyone, saying that as a member of a company that is well-known for capability building, education is a vital part of our present, and our future. “This is because good education is a debt we owe our children; because it gives them an opportunity to fulfill their God- given potential and build better lives for themselves and their families, he said.

The managing director who solicits for quality education for our children said that we could have an excellent educational system, supportive parents and fantastic teachers; but none of these will matter if you do not put in the hard work it Takes to succeed. He told the children that they can achieve beyond their imagination, as long as they stay focused, pay attention to their teachers and make the most of every opportunity that comes their way.

He said, “As a company, helping children get more out of life is a passion, and we believe that to make a real and lasting difference in our educational system, parents and schools should not be left to fend for themselves.”

Mabe who commended the Lagos State Government for what it is currently doing to build a solid educational system said, “We believe that the private sector should partner the government, as it Takes meaningful and practical steps to build a solid educational system that will equip our children for the challenges of this age and the future.”


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