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Corporate Social Responsibility


"The whole purpose of education is to turn mirrors into windows." ~Sydney J. Harris

Siginon’s inception was founded on the principle of improving livelihoods within communities where it exists. Our CSR policy has been focused on 3 pillars namely; education, environment and health care. We are driven to improve livelihoods in our communities through embarking on positive sustainable initiatives. Through our education pillar we lean towards positively influencing the youth in Kenya and tapping their talents to unleash their individual potential for the good of their community, Kenya and ultimately developing Africa.

The environment pillar appreciates the role that Mother Nature plays in providing us with this treasure called the environment. We appreciate the impact our business makes in the course of our day to day operations and we have made a commitment to participate in the conservation of the environment for today’s and future generations.

The health pillar appreciates the need of our people and stakeholders to enjoy health and a quality life. Our initiatives are geared towards preventive care as well as managing of the HIV/AIDs pandemic which continues to plague our community.


Siginon in Environment

Siginon Group Ltd remains committed to playing a role in nurturing the natural resources in East Africa. As such, Siginon is a Corporate Gold member of the East Africa Wildlife Society (EAWLS) the oldest conservation body in East Africa. The 60 year old EAWS is dedicated to enhancing conservation and wise use of environment and natural resources in the East Africa region. Siginon’s membership of EAWS is geared to support the good work of EAWLS as well as actively play its role as a responsible corporate citizen and conserve the environment and natural resources in the region.

 

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