By Peter Ejiofor
Nestlé Nigeria recently refurbished facilities in two primary schools to help create a more conducive environment for teaching and learning in communities where its factories are located.
The move, the company restated, was in line with its commitment to improving livelihoods in the communities closest to its operations.
“We believe that the long term success of our business is dependent on nurturing thriving communities closest to our operations,” Mauricio Alarcon, MD/CEO of Nestlé Nigeria said in a statement on Wednesday in Lagos.
“We therefore, work with our partners to enhance living conditions in the localities where most of our staff, suppliers and host communities reside.
“This is one of the ways we ensure that everyone connected to our business derives a benefit. We call this Creating Shared Value.”
He said the recent handover of the refurbished facilities in…