Thanks to the joint effort of all workers at the Mine, Railway and Port, Vulcan was recently distinguished, for the second consecutive time, as the largest company in Mozambique, in the XXV Edition of the ranking of the 100 Largest Companies in Mozambique - 2023, through a study carried out and published by the prestigious consultancy KPMG Mozambique, referring to the 2022 financial year.
On 4th January, we witnessed a chapter of hope and rebirth: the laying of the foundation stone to give life to the future Nhamitsatse Resettlement Quarter, a project born out of the commitment to improve the community's living conditions.
Following the internal collection of non-perishable food products, school supplies, toys, clothes and other items, Vulcan held a Solidarity Christmas last Friday, December 1, at the Mundo dos Mais Pequenos orphanage, where it handed over the goods collected to the representatives of the five institutions that take in vulnerable children and the elderly in Tete.
Under the slogan: "United against breast and prostate cancers", Vulcan, in partnership with the Tete Health Sector and the Moatize City Council, held the 3rd edition of the Vulcan Fair last Wednesday, November 29, this time with a greater focus on health, with the aim of promoting the health and well-being of communities, providing services free of charge, and raising awareness about the prevention of breast and prostate cancers.
Na segunda-feira, 27 de novembro, o Vulcan entregou um conjunto de material desportivo ao Centro Desportivo e Recreativo de Moatize (CDRM), que se prepara para participar no Campeonato Nacional de Futsal em Maputo, organizado pela Federação Moçambicana de Futebol.
With a view to safeguarding the historical, cultural and archaeological heritage of the communities surrounding its operations, Vulcan recently delivered 290 ceramic shards found in the concession area to the Eduardo Mondlane University (UEM), specifically to the Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology at the Faculty of Letters and Social Sciences (FLCS), in Maputo.
On August 28th, during the opening of the 58th edition of the Maputo International Fair (FACIM), in Ricatla, Marracuene district, Vulcan was distinguished, for the second year running, as the Largest Exporter for Major Projects for the year 2022.
With the aim of increasing agricultural production and productivity, contributing to food security, as well as guaranteeing income generation, Vulcan launched on Monday, August 14th, the Productive Support Program for the Family, which will benefit around 1189 families from the communities of Cateme, Ntchenga and Mphandue, in Moatize.
Vulcan recently held the second edition of the Vulcan Fair, at the 25 de Setembro Sports Centre. This was a moment created to allow "small" entrepreneurs to expose and sell their products and services, and also deliver 250 self-employment kits to young people recently graduated from the Labor Market Preparation Program (PPMT) from Moatize and Cateme.