Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) by National Insurance Corporation (NIC) in Uganda

How NIC’s CSR Benefits the Community
  1. Literacy enhancement.
  2. Improving the reading culture head-on with termly awards to all children of a designated school with reading passports or Diplomas.
Description of CSR as externally perceived 
Partnership with Newspapers in Education (NiE), a concept by Daily Monitor news paper that uses newspapers in primary schools for purposes of improving literacy, addressing the reading culture head-on with termly awards to all children of a designated school with reading passports or Diplomas.

Daily Monitor successfully carried out the reading passport in term 1 of the school program in 11 schools located in central Uganda. NIC sponsored a total number of 5,580 children from 11 schools and all these children are able to benefit from this project in Term 1, as a major seed planted by NIC to inspire them to read and develop their education by Supplying them weekly with reading material on current social, economic and political issues through Daily Monitor Newspapers. This is in line with NIC’s comprehensive package for schools insurance policy.

Long term impact on Ugandans 
An increase in literate Ugandans contributing to the economy collectively ultimately reducing povery.

CSR Rating against 10 
7
 An ingenious type of CSR bringing together 2 companies and leveraging well on the core operational competence of Daily Monitor.

2 comments:

NOMIS ON LINE "The one and only dude!!" said...

Also reachout 2 children with disabilities is needed.

Anonymous said...

Other companies like UTL are dedicated to supporting children in Uganda.