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Tanzania: UDA Supports Construction At Dar Church
FASTER social and economic growth can be achieved by supporting those in need to help them contribute effectively in national development activities.
Shirika la Usafiri Dar es Salaam (UDA) Managing Director, Mr Simon Bulenganija, said this in Dar es Salaam late Tuesday at a fund-raising event to support building of priets' house at St Rita Sub-Parish Church in Kimara area.
UDA donated 15m/-. "Tanzanians should not wait for multinational firms to come in and help us change our social-economic status.
"The change can be made if everyone plays his part. Both large and small local companies and individuals who can help," he said. Mr Bulenganija said UDA was involved in several community projects as part of its corporate social responsibility (CSR) milieu.
He said UDA would continue with the programmes in support of various community programmes in the city and other parts of the country.
"Although we are still a young firm, we have formulated our CSR initiatives in a way that the activities we are involved in help to drive collective social and economic growth," he said.
Mr Frederick Msumali, St Rita Sub-Parish Laity Chairman, applauded the company's gesture and personal participation and commitment shown by the company's senior official at the fund-raiser.
"We would like to profoundly appreciate UDA's contribution. This support will be a great boost to us," he added.
Source : allafrica.com
Posted on : 30 Nov,-0001