Eabl Foundation’s community activities fall into four areas, chosen to reflect where Eabl’s businesses have the greatest impact and where the company can make the most difference: Skills for Life, Environment, Water of Life and Special Projects.
EABL Foundation has injected Ksh12 million in two water projects in Kikuyu Constituency, as part of the programme’s 10 by 10 water commitments, launched last year.
EABLi MD, Jojo Bonney commissions their inaugural Water project in South Sudan’s capital of Juba.This has now given improved access to safe water and sanitation facilities to about 10,000 area residents.
EABL employees join the local Kijabe community and Kenya Forest Service in planting 1,500 seedlings in November 2013 at Kinale Forest as part of ongoing rehabilitation of the Forest.
A modern water and sanitation facility in Ggaba, Uganda commissioned in November 2013 and currently benefiting about 580,000 area residents.
EABL Foundation scholarship engineering students graduate from the University of Nairobi in August 2013.
Ongoing construction of Mkamba Water project in Temeke Dar es Salaam Tanzania funded in partnership with AMREF.