Vulcan Fair showcases projects that make a difference in the lives of communities

Under the motto: “Leveraging the development of the communities of Moatize”, Vulcan held on the 6th of April, the 4th Edition of the Vulcan Fair, which focused on the launch of new social projects (exhibition of the initiatives that are taking place for the benefit of communities and delivery of school desks), in Moatize.

Amidst so much euphoria, participants at this fair had the opportunity to see first-hand the launch of the project to open 30 new drinking water boreholes with respective structures, which is expected to benefit just over 64 thousand inhabitants of Moatize. Likewise, Vulcan showed part of the 280 school desks and hospital equipment that were rehabilitated, and other projects, including: New School Desk Delivery Project, Diva Saloon Project, Local Labor Training Program, among others.

To talk about these initiatives, Eugénio Muchanga, Administrator of Moatize, stated that these projects are aligned with the needs of the community and were designed in close connection with the district government of Moatize.

We asked Vulcan to get the children out off the floor, with the delivery of these 400 new desks and the repair of others, by the end of this year, Moatize will no longer have children sitting on the floor in conventional schools”, assured Muchanga.

Anoop Kumar, representing Vulcan, reaffirmed our company’s commitment to developing actions that positively impact the lives of communities.

“Based on field work, which involved local leaders and the government at all levels, around 16 projects were identified, among which we can highlight three, which are: water supply, education and health. Let’s focus directly on these projects so we no longer have children studying on the floor. We will solve the problem of lack of water and we intend to improve service conditions in health units”, highlighted Kumar.

Remember that this occasion also served to deliver certificates and self-employment kits to 45 young people (women) from the Diva Saloon Project, who benefited from a hairdressing training course, which aims to open their own generation businesses of income.