CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY (CSR)

 

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CSR – CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY

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Our workers’ safety, trust and future prospects is what allows our operations to keep thriving. This is why CSR is so important to us. Our employee’s children are entitled to free education under schools that we built; Hospitals and clinics have been erected nearby to attend to any pressing injury or sickness; All of our housing is equipped with free cable, water and electricity and we always aim to encourage local cultural festivities and tolerance among different religions. Our workers also get Sundays and public holidays off where we encourage them to rest, rejuvenate and spend time with their loved ones.

H E L P I N G   T H E   C O M M U N I T I E S

GWI is conscious of our logging operations and actions that may affect the local communities who reside in the area. We aim to have a mutual respect for each other so as to benefit the local population as a whole. We do this by promoting a healthy understanding through dialogues with the population and contributing to Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) projects.

FURNITURE MADE IN GABON BY GABONESE FROM GABON SUSTAINABLE FORESTS

Workers’ Quarters

All of our workers are provided with free housing, water and electricity.


Our Clinic

In our clinic, professional medical staff are ever-present to provide treatment and supply medication to those in need. Our clinic operates 24 hours a day and 7 days a week.


Bilengui Hospital

Infrastructure for Mokabo Village

Mokabo School

Sundry Shops At Camps

We provide sundry shops at each camp to cater to the needs of our local community. The sundry shops are open daily including Sundays and Public Holidays for the convenience of our people who are based in the camps.


Roads and Bridges – Repair & Maintenance

Many of the roads are littered with sunken land that make it easy for water to clog and erode the ground. As such, GWI has taken the initiative to ensure the safety and accessibility of the local population by repairing roads and building bridges. With regular maintenance of the road, transport for the people is eased greatly and there is less concern over safety when travelling with vehicles. With less clogged water, the roads are more durable and disease is less likely to spread.


Flooded roads                       During renovations                    Restored roads
Bridge construction
Mimongo Road Repair

B e f o r e
A f t e r

D O N A T I O N S   A N D  S P O N S O R S H I P S

Timber for Epamboa Hospital

Bilengui village football team

Bandi village football team

Mokabo village football team

Timber for Bandi village

Timber for Governor of Mouila

Acknowledgement by Governor of Mouila

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Timber for Travaux Public (Public Infrastructure)

Letter requesting timber as well as our delivery order
Furniture for Governor of Mouila

Acknowledgement by Governor of Mouila

20200207 Letter to Governor (contribute office furniture)-1

Timber for Army

Arme de Terre-1

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