TelOne reaches out to the Less Privileged

As part of its Corporate Social Investment (CSI) TelOne reaches out to the less privileged through a welfare intervention which is dependent on emerging social needs as guided by the sustainable development goals.

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Minister of State for Mashonaland West Honourable Mary Mliswa and Karoi Telecoms Assistant Kisswell Siambali showcase one of the blankets donated to Hurungwe Children’s home and Old People’s home recently.

As part of its Corporate Social Investment (CSI) TelOne reaches out to the less privileged through a welfare intervention which is dependent on emerging social needs as guided by the sustainable development goals.

Recently, TelOne supported Ethandweni Children's Home in Matopo where groceries, blankets, sanitary ware and exercise books were donated with 44 orphaned children benefitting.

A similar donation was made to Hurungwe Children’s Home and Hurungwe Old People’s Home where a total of 79 People benefitted.

Under the welfare interventions, more focus is now being given to institutions working with orphans and the elderly.

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