MainOne Renovates School In Cote D’Ivoire
By Pelumi Olaleye
In order to show commitment to its host country; Cote D’Ivoire, MainOne cable company has renovated the EPP Grand Bassam 4 Schools as one of its projects for its Corporate Social Responsibility.
According to Etienne Kouadio Doh who manages the company’s operations in Cote D’Ivoire, MainOne has undertaken to renovate EPP Grand Bassam 4 School and the program is nearing completion. This renovation forms part of the company’s effort to improve educational facilities in Cote D’Ivoire and will provide a more suitable learning facility for the students and teachers alike. EPP Grand Bassam 4 School has been educating students for over a century and we want to ensure they can continue to do same for many more years to come.
“We are committed to consistently supporting educational institutions like EPP Bassam 4 School and many others by improving their learning environment” he adds.
At the heart of our community engagement is the development of the education sector, and MainOne has been responsible for several educational initiatives in host communities across West Africa such as Nigeria and Ghana by renovating dilapidated school structures, providing laptops, ICT learning labs and educational sponsorships to students to ensure a better tomorrow for the next generation.
EPP Grand Bassam 4 School is one of the oldest schools in the region and has been educating students since its inception in 1917.